Attorney Jason R. Hodge of Michigan Auto Law

Jason R. Hodge


Jason is a trial attorney who focuses his practice on advocating for and providing legal advice to our West Michigan clients. He prides himself on providing personalized client service, regular and open communication with the people he’s helping, and fighting to protect the rights of injured auto crash victims. Jason works in our Michigan Auto Law Grand Rapids office.

About Jason Hodge

Legal Experience

Jason’s experience has equipped him with unique and valuable skills for negotiating settlements and trying cases to juries in court. As a claim specialist for one of the nation’s largest insurance companies, he was involved in handling claims for Michigan No-Fault PIP benefits. Jason also experienced the defense side of auto negligence litigation while working at a statewide law firm that handles the defense of cases involving claims for No-Fault benefits and pain and suffering compensation. Jason has successfully appealed three cases to the Michigan Court of Appeals.


Western Michigan University Cooley Law School – J.D.

  • Graduated summa cum laude
  • New York Bar Association National Moot Court Competition, Member (Awarded        Best Brief Runner-Up)

Michigan State University – B.A.

Professional Licenses

  • State Bar of Michigan

Memberships and Affiliations

  • State Bar of Michigan – Insurance & Indemnity Law Section

Working with Jason

Jason is focused on fighting for people and their families who have been injured in car, truck and motorcycle accidents. He helps them hold negligent drivers accountable for the pain and suffering they cause, and he helps people recover the No-Fault benefits that will pay for their medical care and provide a financial lifeline for their families. Jason makes sure that each and every one of his clients know they are supported and respected. He responds quickly to emails and phone calls. And he will answer all questions – as long as it takes – to make sure his clients understand what is happening with their case.