Ryan Jaghab is an attorney based in the firm’s Jacksonville office.
Mr. Jaghab began his legal career working as an Assistant State Attorney for the 4th Judicial Circuit of Florida. During this time, he worked in multiple counties prosecuting various crimes ranging from crimes of violence, drug offenses, white collar crimes, and driving under the influence. After leaving public service, Mr. Jaghab worked for a very large civil defense firm defending multiple insurance carriers in personal injury, negligence, and insurance fraud matters. He is excited to use his prior experiences to represent members of the community.
Mr. Jaghab joined Morgan & Morgan to take his litigation talents and passion for justice to those who feel they are no longer able to help themselves. He is well-versed in litigation matters for insurance industries, residential and commercial property claims, contract disputes, and general civil trial litigation. He also dedicates part of his practice to doing pro bono work involving the criminal defense of indigent persons. Additionally, he has worked with the local legal aid society, which helps connect attorneys to low-income families to assist with their basic civil legal needs.
Mr. Jaghab attended the University of Central Florida where he earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology. He was involved in a wide array of philanthropic events and was President of his fraternity Beta Theta Pi. After relocating back to Jacksonville, Mr. Jaghab attended both Florida Coastal School of Law and Jacksonville University for a joint J.D. / M.B.A. program. During his academic career, he received a certificate in Business Law, earned a Dean’s Merit Scholarship, received a Pro Bono Honors distinction upon graduation, and interned with the United States Attorney’s Office for the Middle District of Florida.