Jason Grill is a former Democratic member of the Missouri House of Representatives, practicing Attorney, Entrepreneur and Owner of JGrill Media where he focuses on media relations, PR, public affairs, relationship building and development, government relations and strategic partnerships. He has worked with and offered consultations to numerous startups, entrepreneurs, innovators and technology companies. Under the JGrill Media umbrella, he also works as a local, state, and national contributor and commentator. Jason Grill is a writer, TV Analyst, and Radio host. He writes regularly for various online news blogs and online magazines. His writings often feature in the Huffington Post, KC Business, Politico, and the Recovering Politician. He is also a television analyst for Fox 4 WDAF in Kansas City, and regularly contributes to Wall Street Journal Radio. He is a founder, producer and host of the Entrepreneur KC Show on KMBZ. Jason has also contributed to the Mitch Albom Show and hosted the Fantasy Football Show on Sports Radio 810. |
Being a practicing attorney, Jason Grill handles various civil and business litigations, and various other types of cases such as wrongful deaths, vehicular accidents, nursing home negligence, traffic and speeding related offenses, personal injury claims, medical malpractices, estates, trusts and wills, employment and contract related issues, Real Estate and Economic Development cases, etc.. He graduated summa cum laude from Saint Louis University with a BS in Business Administration focusing on Economics and Political Science. He completed his JD from the University of Missouri Law School. He also earned an advanced certificate in dispute resolution from the same university. He is the registered member of the Kansas Bar Association and Missouri Bar Association. He was named 1 of 40 up and Coming Lawyers in Missouri Lawyers Weekly.
Jason Grill was twice elected the State Representative to the Missouri House of Representatives. While being in this position, he got a major Autism insurance related bills passed. As a supporter of Autism Speaks, he raised funds for the cause and made sure that the insurance companies provide coverage to the families of Autistic Children. For his efforts and raising $3,000 for Autism Speaks, he was received the KC Man of the Year 2011 award. He was also honored with the Rising Star by KC Business Magazine and voted the best Local Politician. He also featured in the September 2008 issue of KC magazine.
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