Jay Braddock Jackson

Jay Braddock Jackson

Uniquely experienced to handle your insurance claim.

Fredericksburg, VA

  • user-graduate Education The Catholic University of America Columbus School of Law
  • Experience 17 years of experience year
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Practice Areas

Personal Injury
Elder Law
Estate Planning
Insurance Claims
Nursing Home Abuse
Asbestos & Mesothelioma
Education Law
Personal Injury

Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice

  • Virginia
    Since 2005

Professional Experience

  • Attorney-at-Law
    Law Offices of Jay B. Jackson

Professional Associations

  • Virginia State Bar # 70137


  • The Catholic University of America Columbus School of Law
    J.D. (2004)
    2000 - 2004


  • Juris doctor cum laude
    The Catholic University of America Columbus School of Law
Legal Answers
  • Q. I'm administrator for an estate in Gloucester County, VA. Am I obligated to research back child support of beneficiary?
    A: When a person dies owing back child support, the debt passes to the estate. That debt is owed to the custodial parent and not to the child. Normally, this person would need to file a claim with the probate court in order for the debt to be recognized. It does not appear that you, as administrator have an affirmative duty to research the issue. You may ask the Commissioner of Accounts to conduct a Debts and Demands Hearing. At that time, all persons and entities to whom the estate owes money are required to submit their claims.
    January 8, 2020


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  • Contingent Fees I accept contingency fee arrangements on all injury cases.
  • Rates, Retainers and Additional Information Lawyers are expensive. At our firm we have three levels of associate, legal assistants, certified paralegals and attorney. We will always perform any portion of your work at the least expensive level possible and always checked and supervised by an attorney.