“As an experienced trial attorney and litigator, I vigorously defend and pursue my clients’ best interests.”
Jordan focuses his practice on defending physicians, physician practice groups, hospitals, and other health care providers against medical malpractice claims. He also has experience representing property developers, general contractors, manufacturers, and insurance companies.
Jordan is fiercely reliable, honest, and consistent. He strives to provide clients with the best possible representation, which takes into consideration costs of litigation and all potential outcomes, good and bad. Jordan does his absolute best to make sure his clients can rely on him, and he receives immense satisfaction from his clients’ success.
In his free time, Jordan enjoys being active. He can be found road cycling, playing basketball, fishing, or umpiring/refereeing youth baseball and basketball. Additionally, he enjoys spending time with family, reading, traveling, and dining out.
Some of Jordan’s notable accomplishments include:
- Obtaining dismissal of all claims via motion for summary judgment for a regional residential developer;
- Obtaining dismissal of all claims via preliminary objections for a regional general contractor;
- Obtaining a favorable settlement for an individual client for a fraction of the million dollar plus claim.
Prior to joining Obermayer, Jordan worked as an Assistant District Attorney in Philadelphia with the major trial division where he successfully prosecuted jury trials for violent felonies. Later, Jordan was a lead attorney in the District Attorney’s elite Special Investigations Unit where he investigated and prosecuted highly sensitive and publicized cases including political corruption and police officer involved shootings.
In addition to his time umpiring/refereeing youth baseball and basketball, Jordan volunteers to deliver boxes of food to families in need throughout his community. He has also traveled to Swaziland, Africa, to assist in the building of a healthcare and education facility for impoverished Swazi citizens.