Jarrod focuses his practice on litigation matters, including insurance defense and personal injury. Jarrod joined the firm in 2021. Prior to joining Boyd Boyd & Giddens, Jarrod worked in the civil division of the Smith County District Attorney's Office where he represented CPS in child abuse matters, and he obtained protective orders for abused women at the East Texas Crisis Center. Jarrod also managed a successful solo family law practice from 2015-2021. Jarrod graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Texas at Tyler. Thereafter, he earned his law degree from Texas Wesleyan School of Law where he worked pro bono for the Texas Innocence Project. Jarrod is a native of Whitehouse, Texas. He has been married to his wonderful wife Lisa for 13 years, and they have three beautiful daughters.