Jason Sandene is a trial attorney who helps his injured clients navigate the legal system and litigation process.

Following the events of September 11th, Jason enlisted in the U.S. Army at 17 and later spent his 21st birthday in Iraq serving as a sergeant in a transportation battalion. Following his deployment, Jason returned to his hometown of Omaha, Nebraska and attended school on the G.I. Bill. Jason decided to attend law school and become an advocate for those who have been injured through no fault of their own after watching the pain and anxiety his mom experienced after a back injury ended her nursing career and impaired her active lifestyle.

Jason was accepted into the Iowa State Bar but moved to Denver the following day after falling in love with the city during a visit earlier that summer. Once in Denver, Jason accepted a position as a paralegal at Bachus & Schanker and eventually transitioned into a junior attorney role with the firm after passing the Colorado Bar Exam. Jason then moved on to gain experience at another prominent injury firm in the state but was excited to return to Bachus & Schanker almost six years later when the opportunity arose to rejoin the firm in his current position.

Jason takes pride in being an advocate for those who feel beaten down and frustrated by an unfair system. One of his proudest days as an attorney came when he was able to provide answers to the family of a 16-year-old boy who was killed in a hit-and-run. The criminal investigation into the boy’s death went cold but by reviewing overlooked evidence from the police file and securing interviews with eye-witnesses who were unwilling or afraid to cooperate with law enforcement, Jason orchestrated a civil claim against the responsible parties that resulted in a six-figure settlement with one defendant and a multi-million dollar judgment against another defendant.

In his spare time, Jason enjoys traveling to new places and playing any sport that isn’t golf. He is a devoted fan of the Nebraska Cornhuskers football team – through good times and bad.

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