Biographical Information

Handling personal injury cases on behalf of people in Columbus and throughout Ohio, Jacob J. Beausay is a partner at Beausay Law Firm LLC. In all facets of negligence cases — including medical malpractice, motor vehicle accidents, dog bites, premises liability and products liability — Mr. Beausay has recovered millions of dollars on behalf of clients.

Whether personally advocating for clients or collaborating with other attorneys, Mr. Beausay has a reputation for securing significant verdicts and settlements. He has taken numerous cases to trial in state and federal courts, and he has managed multiple appellate arguments. For these and other accomplishments, Mr. Beausay holds an Avvo “Excellent” rating and has been selected by SuperLawyers as a Rising Star every year since 2015.

Building a strong personal injury claim requires much more than just knowledge of the law. Mr. Beausay is exceptionally skilled when it comes to digging through the details of a situation to determine what occurred, how a client has suffered and how to hold the at-fault party responsible. He demonstrates compassion toward the people he represents and remains resolute in reaching the best possible outcome for them.

In 2005, Mr. Beausay earned a Bachelor of Science from The Pennsylvania State University. He then attended Capital University Law School, graduating cum laude with a Juris Doctor in 2009. While at Capital, he was selected for the Capital University Law Review and served as an Associate Editor. During law school, Mr. Beausay served as a judicial extern to the Hon. Justice Evelyn Lunberg Stratton of the Supreme Court of Ohio.

Admission Dates & Jurisdictions

Ohio – 2009

U.S. District Court, Southern District of Ohio

U.S. District Court, Northern District of Ohio

U.S. Court of Appeals, Sixth Circuit

U.S. Supreme Court


Pennsylvania State University – 2005

Capital University Law School – 2009


A Rogue Rule?: An Expose on the Unresolved Issues and Needless Litigation Created by Ohio’s Affidavit of Merit Rule, Capital University Law Review, Vol. 37, 2009