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Byron Jackson

Trial Attorney
Biography

Biography Overview

Byron T. Jackson brings a wealth of experience and expertise to his role as an attorney at Morgan & Morgan's West Palm Beach office, focusing on representing clients who have suffered injuries due to defective and hazardous conditions caused by property owner negligence. Throughout his distinguished career, Byron has demonstrated relentless dedication to advocating for the rights of the injured, successfully managing a diverse portfolio of over a thousand injury-related cases. His proficiency extends to handling matters such as premises liability, personal injury, general liability, personal injury protection, and worker's compensation, consistently securing favorable outcomes for his clients and striving for justice and fair compensation for those harmed.

Byron's academic journey adds depth to his legal acumen, having graduated with distinction from Florida State University with a Bachelor of Science in Rehabilitative Services. This background equipped him with a solid understanding of injuries and their impacts on individuals. Further enhancing his knowledge, Byron pursued advanced studies, earning a Master of Health Administration from Florida Atlantic University, which deepened his understanding of healthcare systems and management. Combining his healthcare expertise with legal prowess, Byron obtained a Juris Doctor degree from St. Thomas University School of Law, receiving comprehensive training in various aspects of law and litigation. Additionally, his dedication to continuous learning is evident in his achievement of a Masters of Laws (LLM) degree in Trial Advocacy from Temple University, solidifying his abilities as a seasoned trial advocate and mediator certified by the Supreme Court of Florida Circuit. Byron's multifaceted educational background and legal expertise uniquely position him to provide strategic legal solutions and advocate effectively for his clients' rights and interests.



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Education

Education
  • Florida State University with a Bachelor of Science in Rehabilitative Services
  • Juris Doctor degree from St. Thomas University School of Law
  • Masters of Laws (LLM) degree in Trial Advocacy from Temple University



Bar Admission

Bar Admission
  • Florida


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