Jason R. Doucette was born and raised in Montana. He grew up wresting and spending time on his family farm where he learned from his grandma that you can be both tough and loving.
Jason graduated magnum cum laude from Jamestown College (now Jamestown University) where he was a nationally qualifying and academic all conference wrestler. He decided to pursue his passion for justice by going to law school, because, as Clarence Darrow once said: “As long as the world shall last there will be wrongs, and if no man objected and no man rebelled, those wrongs would last forever.” A cum laude graduate of the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law, Jason was a staff writer for the Arizona Law Review and received the Joseph M. Livermore Award for his community service.
Right after law school, Jason began his career as a personal injury attorney. Before joining McLachlan Law, APC, he was a litigation attorney for one of California’s largest personal injury firms. His practice focuses on all aspects of personal injury and wrongful death, helping those injured in car, truck, and motorcycle crashes, slip and falls, dog bites, and pedestrian and bicycle accidents. Jason’s extensive experience and knowledge has enabled him to recover millions of dollars in settlements and awards on behalf of his clients. He is also a long time member of Consumer Attorney Association of Los Angeles (“CAALA”) – the country’s largest local association of plaintiff’s attorneys and is admitted to the California State Bar, Idaho State Bar, and United States District Court for the Central District of California.
When he isn’t fighting for his clients in and out of court, Jason is training for, and fighting in, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu competitions. He is a three time SJJIF World Champion and has defeated multiple former UFC fighters. His other interest include cooking, reading, and stand-up comedy.