Jan-Georg (“Jan”) Roesch
A 22-year trial lawyer and a founding member of the Phoenix Boutique Law Firm of SARKISOV & ROESCH, PLLC. Jan is licensed to practice law in both Arizona and Texas, where his practice areas include Personal Injury, Motorcycle and Automobile Claims, Products Liability Claims, Workers’ Compensation Law, Commercial Litigation, Construction Defect Claims, and Labor Law. Jan has also been admitted to the United States District Court, for the District of Arizona, as well as the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals.
Prior to co-founding SARKISOV & ROESCH, PLLC, Jan was a senior staff attorney for Travelers Insurance, where he was responsible for representing Contractors in complex construction defect claims involving hotels, Condominiums, commercial buildings and residential structures in both State and Federal Courts. He also represented employers in complex workers’ compensation cases including fatalities, brain injuries, and Occupational Diseases before the Industrial Commission of Arizona.
While with Travelers Insurance, Jan had the honor and distinction of being appointed to, and serving on Travelers Insurance’s National File Review Team for Construction Defect Litigation and Workers’ Compensation where he assisted in the effective implementation of Travelers Insurance’s Quality Control Program within its Staff Counsel. He was also invited to speak at Regional Conferences in 2014 and 2016 speaking before audience of Businesses, Claim Representatives, Insurance Agents, and Travelers insureds; address legislative changes and legal updates; topics included: Impact of Medical Marijuana in Workers’ Compensation.
Jan completed his undergraduate studies in Political Science at Arizona State University, graduating with honors (Magna Cum Laude). Thereafter he attended California Western School of Law.
Outside of work, Jan enjoys spending time with his wife and two children attending movies, amusement parks, dance performances, and musicals. He enjoys volunteering for Ironman Arizona races or other Triathlon events when he is not actively participating.