Attorney Jason Odom, Serving Railroad Accident Victims

A native of South Carolina, Jason Odom began serving the public as a military policeman in the South Carolina National Guard. After deploying to Operation Enduring Freedom for a year, he received multiple commendations for his decade of military service. Upon returning home, he enrolled at Southern Wesleyan University, graduating Cum Laude with a bachelors degree in business management.

After receiving his degree, Odom joined railway giant CSX Transportation, working for 10 years as a train conductor and engineer. During that time he also served as a local chairman for the United Transportation Union, helping to protect the rights of fellow conductors, engineers and railway workers. A severe on-the-job back and neck injury brought his railroad career to an end, but would ultimately shape his future as a railroad accident attorney.

Representing Victims of Rail Accidents

With a continued commitment to serving his railway and military colleagues and veterans, Odom overcame major health adversity, enrolling at Florida Coastal School of Law where he served as Parliamentarian of the Military Law Society and graduated with Pro Bono honors. Today, he helps to lead Rail Justice, bringing a unique insider perspective to his law practice specialty - ensuring that victims of railway accidents are justly compensated for their losses. Meanwhile, Odom also continues to volunteer with programs that help veterans and serves as a Guardian ad Litem, protecting the rights of Duval County children.



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