Chris Jordan is a litigator with a broad range of experience at the trial and appellate level. For much of his career, he has defended some of the country’s largest railroads in toxic tort, product liability, and other personal injury cases in state and federal courts throughout the Southeast. Chris has experience in matters involving allegations of occupational exposure to asbestos, diesel exhaust, and other potential carcinogens; crossing accident fatalities; and a wide array of personal injury claims brought by railroad employees under the Federal Employers’ Liability Act.
Many of Chris’s transportation matters involve asserting or opposing Daubert challenges across a wide spectrum of complex medical and scientific disciplines. Chris has also represented transportation clients in appellate courts in Alabama, Tennessee, Maryland, and Georgia and has served as amicus counsel on matters of interest to the railroad industry. Chris is a frequent speaker to groups across the country on issues involving toxic torts and transportation law.
Chris also maintains an active business litigation practice based primarily in southeast Georgia and Atlanta. From real estate developers and local small businesses to national health care providers and other large companies with matters in Georgia, Chris represents a variety of clients in matters involving contractual disputes and business torts.
Chris grew up in Glynn County and is an active member of the community. He currently serves on the board of the STAR Foundation, a nonprofit organization offering financial, technological, and life skills training to adults seeking sustainable employment.