Jackson Wagner

Jackson grew up as part of a large family in Kansas City, Kansas. His family and friends taught him the value of being part of a community and helping others from a young age. It was these ideals that led Jackson to become an attorney.

On his way to becoming an attorney, Jackson received his undergraduate degree in Accounting from the University of Kansas, where he graduated with highest distinction. Following undergrad, Jackson attended law school at the Washburn University School of Law. While at law school, Jackson served as the Executive Editor of the Washburn Law Journal. His Note discussing the loss of individual civil liberties was selected for publication and this Note has since been cited by several other prominent law review articles.

After graduating law school cum laude, Jackson went back to his roots and began his legal career at the oldest continuously operating law firm in Kansas City. At this firm, he specialized in civil litigation and insurance defense. Jackson quickly gained invaluable courtroom experience and proved to be a promising young attorney. He also successfully litigated multiple cases to the Kansas Court of Appeals and litigated to the Missouri Court of Appeals as well.

Jackson has always been a strong advocate for his clients and since joining Kreamer Arney Wait & Bottaro, L.C., he has continued to help steer his clients through a wide range of legal issues. In assessing each case, Jackson makes it a point to try and find the truth in every situation and craft creative solutions for his clients.

Outside of work, Jackson enjoys spending time and traveling with his wife Jordan, his dog Forest, and his friends. He enjoys playing many different rec sports and cheering for his hometown teams, including the Jayhawks, Royals, and Chiefs. Jackson also enjoys the outdoors and spends time both hiking and hunting.

Admitted to Practice



Washburn University School of Law, Juris Doctor, cum laude
University of Kansas, B.S. in Accounting, With Highest Distinction


Stop and Exploit: What Remains of the Constitutional Right Against Unreasonable Searches and Seizures after Strieff [Utah v. Strieff, 136 S. Ct. 2056 (2016)]

Professional Memberships

Kansas Bar Association
Missouri Bar Association
Wyandotte County Bar Association
Johnson County Bar Association
Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association
American Bar Association

Business Law
Civil Litigation
Personal Injury

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