Jason E. Wells, J.D.


Jason is a senior attorney at The Fusselman Law Firm, PC handling all matters of its litigation practice. He is an aggressive and tactical lawyer with more than fourteen years of experience in civil litigation (including claim evaluation, demands, pre-trial discovery, motions practice, trial, post-judgment collections, and appeals for matters involving negligence, product liability, breach of contract, collections and defense of insureds). He efficiently represents insurance carriers, businesses, and their owners.

Jason has represented clients in matters from individual negligence suits to massive multi-party catastrophic loss litigation in state and federal court. His primary responsibilities include reviewing potential claims, reporting, managing litigation support teams, conducting trials and appeals, and negotiating settlements.

Jason is a fourth-generation Texan and second-generation Aggie with strong roots in the Texas oil and gas community. When not grilling or smoking various cuts of meat, Jason spends time on his other passion, remodeling and computer automating homes.



  • Colorado Bar (2020)
  • Texas Bar (2008)


  • United States District Court – Southern District of Texas (2013)
  • United States Bankruptcy Court – Southern District of Texas (2013)
  • United States Bankruptcy Court – Western District of Texas (2014)
  • United States District Court – Northern District of Texas (2016)
  • United States District Court – Eastern District of Texas (2018)
  • South Texas College of Law Houston – (J.D., 2008)
    • American Jurisprudence Scholar for Agency & Partnership\
  • Texas A&M University (B.S. Political Science & History, 2005)
    • Member of Pi Sigma Alpha, Political Science Honor Society

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