For over 30 years, Leo Jordan has concentrated his practice in insurance coverage disputes representing underwriters and insurance companies in the United States and London markets.

Mr. Jordan’s practice primarily involves representation of first-party property insurers on commercial claims, but also includes bad faith litigation, arson and fraud cases, UM/UIM lawsuits and insurance coverage issues under property, life, and liability policies as well as ERISA, health, and accidental death policies.

He completed his undergraduate studies at Illinois Wesleyan University, graduating summa cum laude in 1977 with a bachelor of arts degree. He earned his law degree in 1981 at University of Illinois College of Law. He is licensed to practice in Texas, and admitted to practice before the U.S. District Court for the Northern, Western, and Eastern Districts of Texas, and the Texas Supreme Court.

Mr. Jordan is a member of the American Bar Association, Texas Association of Defense Counsel, Dallas Bar Association, Dallas Claims Association, Defense Research Institute, State Bar of Texas, and Loss Executives Association.

From 1997-2007, he served as Vice-Chairman of the Property Insurance Committee of the American Bar Association. He also served the American Bar Association as Young Lawyers Representative (1987-1989), Vice-Chairman, Communications Committee, Tort and Insurance Practice Section (1990-1992), Associate Editor, Tort and Insurance Law Journal (1990-1992), Vice-Chairman, Insurance Coverage Litigation Committee (1990-1993), Regional Editor for the Property Insurance newsletters, and Fire and Homeowner’s Annotations.

He is rated by Martindale-Hubbell® as “AV® Pre-eminent™ (5.0)” which is peer recognition of the highest ratings for professional ethics and legal abilities. Best’s Directory of Recommended Insurance Attorneys and Adjusters has also recommended him (2013-2015) and the firm.

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