Jordan Maurer leads our firm’s wrongful death, personal injury and elder abuse practice. He also litigates business disputes including breach of contract claims, ownership disputes, construction disputes, and insurance claims. He is experienced and has excellent reviews from his clients and other attorneys, including former mentors and attorneys he has prosecuted cases against. He has handled several matters from inception through arbitration and trial and has been recognized by his peers for his investigative skills and for successfully prosecuting several very challenging liability cases. He has been named both a Rising Star and Super Lawyer by Thomson Reuters, he has a 10/10 rating by Avvo, and a 4.7/5 rating by Martindale Nolo. He is also a member of the Consumer Attorneys of California, the Capitol City Trial Lawyers Association, and the Christian Legal Society.
In addition to his legal practice, Jordan has been appointed to serve as a city planning commissioner and as a trustee for the Placer County Law Library. He has also been consecutively elected by his peers to serve on the Placer County Bar Association’s board of directors. He also volunteers his time with the local legal aid clinic to assist lower income individuals and with Special Olympics Northern California to coordinate athletic competitions for developmentally disabled individuals.
Jordan previously worked for two of the largest firms in California in their respective practice areas – personal injury and commercial litigation. He received his law degree from the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law, where he graduated early and with honors. Jordan also took and passed the California Bar Exam early. During law school, he worked full-time as a law clerk with one of the largest personal injury firms in California and volunteered with the Placer County District Attorney's Office. Before law school, he worked full-time waiting tables while earning his undergraduate degree from Sacramento State University, where he also graduated with honors.