Jason M. Hart
Jason grew up in the Richmond area before attending James Madison University for his Undergraduate Degree and Penn State for his Juris Doctor. He returned to Richmond immediately after graduation to begin practicing law in his hometown. In his (limited) spare time, Jason enjoys playing golf (poorly), guitar (slightly better), and watching Penn State Football and Red Sox Baseball. He also enjoys exploring the city with his wife, daughter, and twin sons.
Jason is a member of the Virginia State Bar, Richmond Bar Association, Virginia Trial Lawyers Association, American Association for Justice and served as both an officer and a director of the Henrico County Bar Association.
Jason says that his favorite part about working at The Joel Bieber Firm is “the collegial atmosphere of the firm and the devotion that everyone has to helping our clients” as well as “being able to come to work every day with a smile on my face, and go home in the evenings satisfied that I have done my part.”
In addition to his personal injury practice, Jason leads the mass tort, pharmaceutical, and medical device litigation practice group at The Joel Bieber Firm. The Firm represents more than 1,600 clients nation-wide who have been injured through the use of a defective drug or medical device. Jason serves on the Plaintiffs’ Steering Committee and chairs the Plaintiffs’ Narrative Committee of the Gilead Tenofovir Cases (JCCP No. 5043), coordinated in San Francisco, California.
Jason has been selected for membership in both the National Trial Lawyers: Top 100 and the National Trial Lawyers: Top 40 Under 40. Membership in these organizations is extended solely to a select few of the most qualified attorneys from each state who demonstrate superior qualifications of leadership, reputation, influence, stature, trial results, and public profile.