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Personal Injury Attorney Jay Adkins is licensed to practice law in Washington – handling accidents involving cars, commercial trucks, semi-trucks, public transportation, pedestrians, and bicyclists. He also handles cases involving dog attacks and wrongful death.

Jay graduated from Arizona State University in 2012 with two bachelors of science degrees in Psychology and Justice Studies. He then attended the Gonzaga University School of Law School and graduated in 2017 with his Juris Doctorate degree.

While attending Gonzaga University School of Law, Jay served as a clinical intern at the Elder Law Legal clinic, where he gained valuable experience helping senior citizens in need with their cases involving divorce, Social Security, Medicaid, guardianships, probate, property tax exemptions, and estate planning.

Before coming to Craig Swapp & Associates, he served as a Legal Assistant for GLP Attorneys, working extensively with personal injury clients and assisting with their cases.

Jay’s personal interests include hiking, going to the movies, grilling, and baking. He has two dogs named Otis and Harrison, both named after classic rock singers. He is also a huge sports fan, and keeps up with everything ranging from football and basketball to tennis and boxing.


Jay and Jeff were wonderful to work with. I would’ve never come about a settlement from my accident without their help. I highly recommend!

- Sierra T.

Thanks to Jay and Jeff again. Working with everybody over at Craig Swapp & Associates made this process extremely stress and anxiety free. Jeff kept in touch often and always assured me and my family would be taken care of appropriately. Would highly recommend to anyone in a similar situation!

- Tucker D.

I just want to say thank you to Jay and Jeff for helping me through the confusing personal injury process. I really appreciated the great communication and positive attitudes. I will recommend Craig Swapp and Associates to anyone who needs help with a personal injury claim

- Jeremy B.