Jarom Whitehead graduated from Willamette University College Law in Salem, Oregon. Mr. Whitehead specializes in personal injury, products liability and insurance matters. He primarily handles cases involving automobile and trucking accidents, defective products, stray voltage, medical malpractice, premises liability, insurance agent negligence, insurance coverage and insurance bad faith. 100% of Mr. Whitehead’s practice is devoted to litigation. He has successfully resolved cases on behalf of clients at every stage of the legal process including mediation, arbitration, trial and appeal.
Mr. Whitehead is a member of various civic and professional organizations. He is on the board of the Idaho Trial Lawyers Association and proudly supports the American Association of Justice – both organizations dedicated to preserving access to justice for individuals, regardless of their ability to pay. He enjoys living and working in Idaho and takes advantage of the variety of recreational and sporting activities that abound here.
Idaho State Bar Association
Fifth District Bar Association
Idaho Trial Lawyers Association
Association of Trial Lawyers of America (Member of Insurance Law Section)
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Catastrophic and Serious Accidents
Hit by a Drunk Driver
Hit by an Uninsured Driver
Traumatic Brain Injury
Insurance Bad Faith
Medical Device Litigation
Tire Defect Litigation
Highway Sign & Faulty Highway Design Litigation
Environmental & Toxic Torts
Nursing Home Negligence
Nursing Home Restraints
Slip and Fall
Spinal Cord Injury
Drowsy Driving Car Accidents
Car Accidents and the Seat Belt Defense
If you have been seriously injured or lost a loved one because of someone else’s negligence or wrongdoing, we invite you to call our office for a free consultation. Our attorneys, legal assistants and staff work together as a team to provide personal, compassionate care and attention to everyone who calls on us for help. Initially, we will gather as much information as possible by phone. We will then carefully evaluate that information and work closely with you to plan what steps to take.
Because most injured people cannot afford to take on well-financed defendants or insurance companies, we generally accept payment for our services on a contingent fee basis. This means that our clients are charged for our services only if we are successful.
Bad Faith, Personal Injury, Wrongful Death, and Medical Malpractice
Idaho law imposes strict time limits, called statutes of limitation, on the filing of claims. Usually, personal injury claims must be filed within two years from the act of negligence that caused the injury, while wrongful death claims must be filed within two years from the date of death. However, there are important exceptions to these general guidelines; in some cases the statute of limitations may be much shorter, in others longer. If you are considering a claim, contact our office.
Our approach to resolving cases
Our goal with every case is to obtain the most beneficial resolution in the most efficient way possible. We are aggressive advocates in the courtroom; we are also skilled negotiators. Our history of trying and winning difficult cases has earned us the respect of insurance companies and defense attorneys. Our firm is known for innovative approaches to resolving cases. We have extensive experience with alternative forms of dispute resolution and utilize the latest technology to advance a client’s cause. By being flexible and creative, we hope to make each clients’ experience with the justice system as satisfying as possible. To find out how we can help you with your medical malpractice, wrongful death, bad faith or personal injury claim, contact our office.