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Most recently, Jordan obtained one of the largest medical malpractice awards in Pennsylvania history—a $30,321,145.60 recovery against Temple University Hospital where his client’s leg was amputated. For years, the hospital denied any wrongdoing, and they threatened to tie the case up in appeals if his client did not accept their offer of $3,000,000. 

While other attorneys may have implored their client to take the money to avoid going to trial against a large corporation, Jordan tirelessly prepared for court to secure a just outcome for his client. 

His thorough investigation and preparation leading up to trial resulted in the hospital admitting fault (which virtually never happens in medical malpractice cases). After a hard-fought trial, the jury awarded full justice to Jordan’s client for approximately $25.9M ($6M for future medical costs and $20M for pain and suffering).

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After the verdict, the hospital enlisted three big law firms to attempt to overturn the verdict, while simultaneously attempting to get Jordan’s client to accept a settlement substantially less than what the jury awarded. Jordan’s client had no interest in settling, and Jordan was able to win every argument the big firms introduced. Not only did the Court resoundingly deny the hospital’s request to reduce the verdict, but $3.7M was added to the verdict in delay damages.

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Further, while many large verdicts get dragged out on appeal for years, because Jordan’s win was clean and overwhelmingly decisive, no appeal was filed. The hospital paid every penny awarded by the jury and court, including over $600,000 in post-judgment interest, bringing the overall recovery above $30M.

On top of all of that, the health system publicly announced that as a result of this momentous outcome, they were going to overhaul their entire litigation strategy, which should ultimately benefit all victims of medical malpractice going forward.

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In his trial immediately before the Temple verdict, Jordan obtained a $2.7M verdict for his client who was seriously injured in a car accident with a Philadelphia Police Officer. 

Prior to trial, Jordan was told by a court appointed mediator that the case only had a value between $250k-$400k. He and his client respectfully disagreed.  

The verdict amount awarded for pain and suffering was $2.2M, several times higher than the medical expenses award of $500,000.00. This is one of the largest verdicts in Pennsylvania history for a person with this type of injury and in the words of his client, Jordan got him justice.

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Jordan’s tenacity for the pursuit of truth and justice is exemplified by the first lawsuit he filed after founding Strokovsky LLC, the case of Longenecker v. Pennsylvania State Police, which caught the attention of news outlets across the country and world.

Gregory Longenecker was run over by a bulldozer commandeered by the police, all because he was growing a few marijuana plants. Several high-profile plaintiff lawyers were first offered to take this case but they quickly declined after watching the local district attorney’s news conference claiming the police did nothing wrong. Jordan saw through the DA’s absurd claims and promised Greg’s family that he would receive justice.

After conducting 25 depositions, obtaining seven expert reports, and establishing many inconsistencies in the Police’s internal investigation, it became clear that the State Police recklessly killed Gregory Longenecker and actively tried to cover up their acts.

Jordan was able to obtain a significant settlement for the family, but more importantly, he gave Greg’s family and friends the answers and closure they deserved.

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The Legal Community quickly caught eye of his exceptional result, and Jordan was asked to present to other trial lawyers on his approach to the case. 

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Jordan handles countless other catastrophic injury and wrongful death cases and routinely handles cases pro bono to help his community. His volunteer work includes taking a civil rights case to verdict with the Volunteer Attorney Panel of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, representing victims of sexual abuse with the Support Center for Child Advocates, and successfully handling various cases from Philadelphia VIP. He has been recognized by the court for his service and was a featured volunteer by Philadelphia VIP.

As an animal lover and dog owner, Jordan has also championed animal rights causes, helping establish that pets should simply not be viewed as property under the law.

He also serves on the Board of Directors of the Pennsylvania Association for Justice and has previously served on boards for non-profits that help animals, homeless people, and refugees.

Jordan is the former co-chair of the State Civil Litigation Section of the Philadelphia Bar Association and was proud to help implement town halls at the start of the pandemic, which allowed for the Court and legal community to communicate during those uncertain times. At the bar association, he now co-chairs both the Civil Rules and Wellness Committees. Jordan has served as an adjunct law school professor and occasionally speaks at seminars to other personal injury lawyers.  He is also regularly asked to provide legal commentary by news outlets.

Jordan graduated Widener University Delaware Law School as Valedictorian of his class, where several of his professors would comment that his academic performance and mind for the law was one of the most impressive they have ever seen. While in school, he interned with three Philadelphia judges: the Honorable M. Faith Angell (E.D. Pa), the Honorable Arnold L. New (Common Pleas), and the Honorable Paul P. Panepinto (Common Pleas) and used these internships as opportunities to get in the courtroom and watch many trials. He was also a member of the Law Review. After his commencement speech at graduation, the Governor of Delaware declared that he would never want to follow Jordan in speaking again.

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While practicing law fulltime, Jordan obtained a Masters of Law in Trial Advocacy at the nationally renowned Temple University Beasley School of Law LL.M. Program in the Spring of 2018, where he received special recognition by the faculty for his trial performances and was a jury favorite—earning the highest scores from the jury at his showcase trial. 


J.D., Widener University Delaware School of Law Summa Cum Laude, Law Review

LL.M. in Trial Advocacy, Temple University Beasley School of Law

B.S., Temple University

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