Jason W. Jordan
Jason W. Jordan
Jason W. Jordan is the founding member of Jordan Herington & Rowley. Mr. Jordan has dedicated his professional career to helping injured victims receive full and fair compensation under the law. This requires complex legal wrangling with multi-billion dollar insurance companies and their legal counsel.
Mr. Jordan prides himself on being a true trial lawyer. While not all cases need to be tried, or even litigated, Mr. Jordan has a reputation for going to trial when the insurance company refuses to fairly evaluate his clients’ claims. Mr. Jordan successes in both Federal and State Court has led to other personal injury lawyers bringing cases to Jordan Herington & Rowley to litigate and try. Mr. Jordan has had success with large verdicts with these co-counsel agreements in both Federal and State Courts.
Mr. Jordan practice encompasses nearly all types of personal injury cases. His practice includes, but is not limited to, civil litigation, catastrophic injury cases, as well as personal injuries stemming from motor vehicle accidents, semi-truck accidents, and motorcycle accidents, as well as wrongful death, product defects, brain injury, orthopedic injury, spinal cord injury, and bad faith insurance litigation.
The Denver personal injury attorney has obtained tens of millions of dollars of settlements and verdicts for his clients. He has testified before the Colorado House of Representatives, and State Senate, in support of legislation that makes it easier for citizens to make legal claims against the State of Colorado. Mr. Jordan has also testified to the State Senate State Affairs Committee in support of a bill to raise the cap of a wrongful death claim of a minor. Mr. Jordan sits on the Board of Directors, the Executive Committee and Legislative Council of the Colorado Trial Lawyers Association (CTLA). Mr. Jordan has received numerous awards and recognitions including the “New Trial Lawyer of the Year” Award from the Colorado Trial Lawyers Association, and was recently elected by his peers at the CTLA to serve as the future President of the organization.
Mr. Jordan, and his wife, Michelle, are proud parents of seven children. The family spends their limited free time skiing, fishing, and mountain biking, and attending kids’ sporting events.