Jay is an attorney at Warnock MacKinlay Law in the civil litigation department. He has been practicing law in Arizona since 1997 and has participated in hundreds of court proceedings. He has been successful in complex cases requiring appearances throughout the United States, but he is equally comfortable assisting individuals in resolving more common disputes.
Jay is active in the community and has donated countless hours of free legal advice to the less fortunate. In 2001, he was recognized by the ASU Homeless Legal Assistance Project for having performed the most homeless shelter visits.
Jay is admitted to practice law before the highest state and federal courts in Arizona. He is also licensed to practice law before the Colorado Supreme Court, the United States Court of Federal Claims, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.
Jay graduated with honors from Arizona State University (B.A., Magna Cum Laude, 1993) and from Brigham Young University (J.D., Cum Laude, 1996). He has been married since 1992 and has six children. Jay speaks French fluently and enjoys competing in marathons.
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Our client sustained serious injuries, including a knee surgery. The dog owner’s insurance company denied liability because it claimed that there was an exclusion for “vicious dogs.” After carefully examining the policy, I noted that there was in fact no coverage for certain dogs, including “Rottweilers” or “Pit Bulls” or “Pit Bull mixes.” The defendant’s dog was a Rottweilers but not a purebred. As the insurance policy specifically excluded both “Pit Bulls” and “Pit Bull mixes” on the one hand, but only “Rottweilers” on the other, I argued that there would have to be coverage for a Rottweilers mix. The insurance company eventually agreed and paid our client $180,000.00.