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Mr. Jordan practices in the area of toxic torts, products liability and business litigation. He frequently litigates cases involving allegations of carcinogenic exposure to asbestos, diesel exhaust and other industrial substances. He also regularly represents American railroads in courts across the Southeast in lawsuits filed under the Federal Employers Liability Act. Mr. Jordan is active in the Firm’s frequent efforts to challenge the admissibility of adverse expert testimony. His experience under Daubert and corresponding state law covers a broad range of medical and scientific disciplines, including toxicology, industrial hygiene and pulmonary medicine. In a recent multi-million dollar lung cancer case, Mr. Jordan played a key role in the Firm’s successful challenge to the opinions of the plaintiff’s radiation health physicist, occupational safety expert, pulmonologist, and diagnosing physicians, resulting in a grant of summary judgment to the Firm’s client. Similarly, in a recent mesothelioma case, Mr. Jordan was instrumental in the Firm’s successful attack on the causation methodology of the plaintiff’s pathology and occupational medicine experts.


Mr. Jordan is also active in the Firm’s appellate practice. He has litigated in appellate courts in Georgia, Tennessee, Alabama and Maryland and has served as amicus counsel in cases of interest to the railroad industry. Mr. Jordan speaks frequently on issues involving toxic torts and transportation law. Mr. Jordan also represents companies and individuals in a broad range of business-related disputes, including dissolution, business torts, and valuation matters. Prior to joining the Firm, Mr. Jordan practiced business litigation at a large Atlanta law firm.

Mr. Jordan currently serves on the Board of Directors of the STAR Foundation, a non-profit organization offering technological, financial, and life skills training to adults seeking sustainable employment. Mr. Jordan is married to Christy D. Jordan, who is the General Counsel and Vice President for Government Relations of the Southeast Georgia Health System. They have two children and live on St. Simons Island.


Practice areas


  1. Transportation: 65%
    10 years, 100 cases
  2. Defective Products: 15%
    10 years, 50 cases
  3. Appeals: 15%
    12 years, 12 cases
  4. Slip and Fall: 5%
    13 years, 15 cases

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Contact info

1804 Frederica Road, Suite C
Saint Simons Island, GA, 31522


GAActive Member in Good Standing 200307/15/2016
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
Avvo contributions
Legal answers
Award nameGrantorDate granted
Rising StarGeorgia Super Lawyers2015
Rising StarGeorgia Super Lawyers2014
Rising StarGeorgia Super Lawyers2013
Rising StarGeorgia Super Lawyers2012
Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
AssociateThe Jordan Firm2007 - Present
AssociatePowell Goldstein2003 - 2007
Association namePosition nameDuration
STAR FoundationBoard Member2013 - Present
United Way of Coastal GeorgiaVice Chair of Young Leaders Society2013 - Present
National Association of Railroad Trial CounselYoung Lawyers Executive Advisory Board2007 - Present
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
Vanderbilt University Law SchoolLawJD - Juris Doctor2003
Duke University School of LawPolitical ScienceBS - Bachelor of Science2000
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
Claims SeminarThe Unreliability of B-Reads in Asbestos Litigation2014
Annual MeetingLowering Medical Damages after the Affordable Care Act2014
National Association of Railroad Trial CounselDaubert Challenges to Medical Causation Testimony in Toxic Exposure Cases2013
National Association of Railroad Trial CounselStrict Liability Under Federal Railroad Administration Regulations2012
Annual MeetingUpdate on Federal Multidistrict Litigation for Asbestos2011