Jay’s goal is to understand how a client’s injuries affect their lives. His decade-long career in healthcare and his education in the law informs his work.
Jay grew up in the Appalachian Mountains of Blairstown, New Jersey. Upon graduation from high school, Jay served in the U.S. Army as a Calvary Scout and received the Army Commendation Medal. After completing his service, Jay moved to Atlanta, Georgia, and enrolled in the Georgia Medical Institute. He studied anatomy, neuromuscular therapy, and natural health. Jay became a Licensed Massage Therapist in 2007 and worked with thousands of clients during a healthcare career spanning more than ten years. Later, Jay learned in paralegal training the importance of civil justice, and how to apply legal concepts in healthcare to the situations of his clients through the civil litigation process.
Working as a licensed healthcare professional for over a decade gave Jay the practice necessary to be present for each client, and the understanding of how their injuries impede their enjoyment of life. While working full-time in healthcare, Jay attended Atlanta Technical College to pursue his interest in public policy affecting health, rights, and liberty. Jay graduated from Atlanta Technical College with his Associate of Applied Technology Degree in Paralegal Studies.