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Gerald H. JaggersGerald H. Jaggers

Jerry Jaggers entered the practice of law following his admission to the Bar of the State of Colorado in May, 1973.  After growing up in the South, Mr. Jaggers graduated from Trinity College of Hartford, Connecticut, in 1967.  While serving four years as a USAF officer at Lowry Air Force Base in Denver, Mr. Jaggers completed law school, graduating from the University of Denver College of Law in December, 1972.
Following admission to the Bar, Mr. Jaggers became a trade regulation attorney with the Federal Trade Commission.  During his tenure with the FTC from 1973 to 1981, he was the lead attorney on three major cases noteworthy for the precedent set or remedy obtained.  Mr. Jaggers left the FTC for private practice in 1981, joining a 10 member firm in Boulder, Colorado, first as an associate and then as a partner.
On January 1, 1985, Mr. Jaggers moved his practice to his home town of Arvada, Colorado and entered into an office sharing arrangement with David DiGiacomo.  On May 1, 1989, they converted that relationship into the partnership which has become DiGiacomo, Jaggers, & Perko, LLP.
Since moving to Arvada in 1975, Mr. Jaggers has been active in many community activities.  He became a member of the Chamber of Commerce, chairing the Community Service Committee and organizing an essay contest for young people.  In 1986, Mr. Jaggers became a member of the Arvada Jefferson Kiwanis Club.  He was an officer of the Club for four years and was its President in 1996-97.
For ten years, Mr. Jaggers has served as a board member of the Board of Directors of the Martin Luther Home Society or its Foundation.  The Society, which was headquartered in Lincoln, Nebraska, provided services in several states from California to Delaware to people with developmental disabilities and other special needs.  Mr. Jaggers is an active member of Cross of Christ Lutheran Church and served for ten years on the Rocky Mountain Regional Council of the Lutheran Church (ELCA).
Mr. Jaggers major areas of practice include business formation and planning, real estate, wills, estate planning and probate and civil litigation.
Mr Jaggers wife of 40 years is a retired school teacher, and they have two children and several grandchildren.
 E-mail for Mr. Jaggers is jerry@djatlaw.com