When you’re looking for an attorney, you are probably experiencing a lot of stress in your life. Perhaps you’re dealing with the effects of an injury or chronic condition, and your Social Security Disability or Workers’ Compensation claim has just been rejected, or the insurance company won’t cover what they promised.
Whatever your legal struggle, the attorneys at Smith Jordan are here to help you. We combine decades of legal experience and possess an intimate knowledge of the court systems, insurance companies, and the Social Security Administration.
We know how to guide you through the system and build a case so that you can get your life back on track.
Though our firm handles a large number of cases each year, you are more than just a number to us. Our lawyers listen carefully to you and work closely with you. If you have a court date, you can be sure that your lawyer will be there by your side (that is, we won’t pass you off to a paralegal or pair you up with a new lawyer on your court date, as some firms do).
We are dedicated to the Hispanic community and have several Spanish-speaking employees, including attorney Grady Jordan, who is fluent in Spanish.
We are here to help you during this stressful time in your life. We respect you and will make sure you know—and will defend—your legal rights.
Grady Jordan helped me with my social security disability claim and got results in a favorable and timely manner, and has a friendly staff as well. I strongly recommend his help to anyone who is in need
Grady Jordan helped me win my Social Security Disability case. He did what he said he would. His staff is great and always willing to answer the dumbest questions. They were worth every penny. I highly recommend Grady Jordan!!!!
Today, after fighting for five years with the Social Security Disability Administration, Grady Jordan won my case before I even walked into the court room. Due to his hard work, the judge made her decision before even hearing my testimony. I had another attorney before Grady – that was a decision I regret. I should’ve ‘gone to Grady first!