Jason P. Schneider
Jason P. Schneider is a personal injury lawyer who practices in the areas of automobile accident liability, premises liability, dog attacks, injuries to children, wrongful death, products liability, and negligence. Jason accepts cases throughout Illinois, and regularly practices in Cook County, DuPage County, Kane County, and Will County.
J.D., magna cum laude, The John Marshall Law School, Chicago, Illinois, 2011
Member, Domenick L. Gabrielli Moot Court Team; Member, The John Marshall Law Review; Student Representative, John Marshall.
B.A. in Politics and Government and B.S. in Economics, cum laude, Illinois State University, Bloomington-Normal, Illinois, 2008
Northern District of Illinois, 2011
Confronting the "Contact Sports" Rule in Sports Injury Litigation against Organizational Defendants
Illinois Trial Lawyers Association, 2016
Separating the Wheat from the Chaff: A Practical Guide to Drafting Requests to Admit and Addressing Improper Objections and Denials in Personal Injury Cases
Illinois Trial Lawyers Association; Winter, 2012
Breaking With Tradition: First District Validates Amendment Filed Without Leave
Illinois Women's Bar Association Newsletter; Fall, 2011
Requesting and Reviewing Medical Records and Bills for Injury Litigation, College of DuPage, 2014 and 2015
Super Lawyers – Rising Star, 2020
Super Lawyers – Rising Star, 2019
Super Lawyers – Rising Star, 2018
Super Lawyers – Rising Star, 2017
Super Lawyers – Rising Star, 2016
Super Lawyers – Rising Star, 2015
Super Lawyers – Rising Star, 2014
Super Lawyers – Rising Star, 2013
Jason was born in Winfield, Illinois on August 17, 1985. He grew up in Batavia, Illinois and graduated from Batavia High School in 2004. Jason then attended Illinois State University where he studied politics and government, economics, and pre-law. At Illinois State University, Jason was involved in numerous extra-curricular and philanthropic activities. He also served as a tutor in economics. Upon graduation, Jason enrolled in The John Marshall Law School. In law school, Jason received high academic honors, competed in an appellate advocacy competition, and served as a member of The John Marshall Law Review Board.
While attending law school, Jason was selected and served as a judicial extern for the Honorable Judge Jeffrey Lawrence in the Law Division of the Circuit Court for Cook County. Under the direction of Judge Lawrence and his staff, Jason reviewed and analyzed pending pre-trial litigation motions and pleadings. His experience as a judicial extern gave him valuable insight into judicial analysis and the inner-workings of the court system.
During law school, Jason also clerked for a prominent personal injury law firm in Chicago. Jason obtained first-hand experience in cases involving motor vehicle collisions, personal injuries, premises liability, and trucking accidents. During his third year of law school, Jason worked as a law clerk at a second personal injury firm where he worked on cases involving medical malpractice, products liability, car accidents, and insurance coverage litigation. These experiences allowed Jason to hone his litigation skills as a personal injury litigator. In May of 2011, Jason received his Juris Doctorate from the John Marshall School of Law and graduated magna cum laude.
In October of 2011, Jason joined the Law offices of John J. Malm & Associates, P.C. Jason represents individuals and families who have been injured due to the fault of others.
Jason is devoted to seeking compensation for his clients who have suffered an injury due to the fault of the others. Jason understands how disruptive and traumatic a personal injury can be to his clients. He strives to seek fair and prompt resolution of his client’s claims while keeping his clients fully informed of the development of the case as it proceeds. Jason believes that no two cases are alike, and each case deserves individual attention and strategy. “Careful preparation is key to my clients’ success and I pride myself on meticulously preparing my cases through each stage of litigation.” It is through careful preparation that Jason is able to achieve the maximum recovery for his clients.
In 2012, Jason joined the Board of Directors for TriCity Family Services, an organization that provides counseling and mental health services to teens, families, and individuals regardless of ability to pay. Jason was the president of the board of directors from 2014-2017 and he remains an active member of the board.