Michigan Auto Law
Jordan M. Jones is a Detroit car accident attorney dedicated to helping victims of serious auto accidents throughout Michigan. Jordan also handles serious truck accident cases, where he helps people after their lives have been shattered by unsafe truck companies. Jordan has a strong belief that the only way to make dangerous truck and bus companies more safe is to hold them accountable for every injury and safety violation they’ve negligently caused.
Jordan prides himself on having excellent communication with the people he’s entrusted with helping. He believes the best way of protecting people who have been injured in a car accident is through excellent communication throughout their lawsuits. Jordan’s highest priority is making sure his clients are completely satisfied, and that Michigan Auto Law gets them the best possible results.
Jordan has achieved some of the top truck accident results in Michigan in recent years, according to published reports from Michigan Lawyers Weekly. Jordan fought for two of the top reported truck accident settlements in 2017 of $1.63 million and $1.25 million. In 2016 Jordan helped recover $3.3 million for a family who lost a loved one. He was also instrumental in other top reported settlements of $2 million and $1 million
Jordan has been recognized in the 2021 Edition of The Best Lawyers in America: Ones to Watch. This award acknowledges extraordinary lawyers who have been in private practice for less than 10 years with recognition based entirely on peer review.
Jordan has also been named a Michigan Lawyers Weekly “Up & Coming Lawyer" and has also been selected to the Michigan Super Lawyers’ Rising Stars list annually since 2015. Super Lawyers is a listing of outstanding attorneys who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. The honor is limited to the top 5% of Michigan attorneys. This legal award is for Michigan attorneys who “have spent less than a decade in practice and display the ambition, drive, determination and accomplishments that makes them worthy of the title,” according to the state’s largest legal newspaper.