Jonathan (“Jon”) Hollan is a trial lawyer with Aguiar Injury Lawyers who has spent his career devoting 100% of his practice to representing individuals injured by the wrongful acts of others. Jon focuses on litigating a wide variety of personal injury claims, including wrongful death, commercial trucking collisions, slip and fall and premises liability incidents, insurance bad faith, and motor vehicle collisions. Jon routinely represents individuals and their families in pursuing cases against some of the country’s largest corporations. In addition to trying numerous cases to verdict in jurisdictions throughout Kentucky, Jon has handled several appellate matters and argued successfully on multiple occasions before the Kentucky Court of Appeals.
Jon is a native of Hazard, Kentucky. Growing up in eastern Kentucky instilled key values upon him, particularly the importance of community support and standing up for those in need of help. Jon received his Bachelor of Arts from Georgetown College in 2011, where he was also a four-year letterman and captain of the varsity golf team. He received his Juris Doctor with the distinction of cum laude from the University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law in 2014.
Jon is an active member of numerous legal organizations which focus on the civil justice system, including the American Association for Justice and the Kentucky Justice Association. Jon has been selected by his peers as a Super Lawyers Rising Star in the field of Plaintiff’s Personal Injury litigation for the years 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020.
Outside of the office, Jon enjoys golf, travelling, University of Kentucky athletics, and spending time with his wife, family and friends.
Jon is licensed to practice throughout Kentucky, including admissions to the Federal Courts for the Eastern and Western District of Kentucky, in addition to Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals.
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- University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law
- Juris Doctor, cum laude, 2014
- Georgetown College
- Bachelor of Arts, political science, 2011