At Jordan Law Firm, our law firm litigates a variety of discrimination cases in the areas of employment, public accommodations, education, and police accountability. Our civil rights and discrimination practice includes individual and class action lawsuits on behalf of plaintiffs who have suffered discrimination, harassment, or unfair treatment on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability, age, familial status, source of income, or sexual orientation. This practice area often overlaps with our employment practice.
The employment attorneys at Jordan Law Firm, PC regularly represent clients in a variety of matters arising in the context of all aspects of employment. These matters may involve discriminatory hiring practices, mistreatment or harassment in the workplace, wage disputes, or wrongful termination.
At Jordan Law Firm, we offer the services of immigration counsel to businesses, not-for-profit organizations, and individuals seeking advice and assistance in all aspects of U.S. immigration- and visa-related matters. The attorneys at Jordan Law Firm assist business and institutional clients in preparing and executing business immigration plans, obtaining both immigrant and non-immigrant visas for their executives and employees, and complying with a variety of immigration-related requirements. For our individual clients, we provide guidance and assistance not only in obtaining non-immigrant visas, extensions, and changes of status, but also in securing a permanent resident status (Green Card) and/or citizenship. Additionally, Jordan Law Firm’s immigration attorneys offer a variety of seminars, workshops, and training programs for businesses, non-profit organizations, and individuals on a range of immigration requirements, issues, and solutions.
When an insurance company denies adequate coverage for you under your policy, it may be doing so in “bad faith.” The truth is, however, that all insurance companies are required by law to treat each of their customers—that is, every person that they insure and is covered under the policy—fairly and honestly, and may not breach their duty of “good faith and fair dealing.”
Medical and dental malpractice is a core practice area of Jordan Law Firm, PC. For every medical or dental malpractice case, our legal team exerts all our resources and personal attention to ensure that our clients are provided with the most effective legal representation possible.
Each year, millions of American families nationwide consider placing a family member in a nursing home or an assisted living community where they hope the day-to-day needs of their loved one would be satisfied in a safe, convenient, and comfortable environment. To many of them, the recent statistics suggesting that nursing home abuse and neglect is becoming an epidemic in the United States are more than alarming.
York County is one of the fastest growing counties in South Carolina. Located in the center of the East Coast, York County is part of a region in which approximately 2.3 million residents live, work, and constantly interact with one another. With the rapid growth of the population in the region, the residents in Rock Hill, Edgemoor, Chester, Lancaster, and Winnsboro, as well as those in Fort Mill, Tega Cay, Lake Wylie, Clover, and York, are at a greater risk of getting involved in an accident or being injured by the negligence of another person.
The duty to ensure the safety of drugs and medical devices should ultimately rest with the manufacturer of such products. Despite this duty and many laws enacted to protect consumers, pharmaceutical companies often fail to take adequate measures or steps to ensure that their drugs or devices are safely designed, manufactured, and marketed. Prescription drugs may not be fully tested for their intended use before they are marketed to consumers, or known safety hazards or risks of side effects may not be clearly disclosed or effectively communicated to consumers. When this occurs, consumers are placed at a great risk of permanent or life-threatening injuries.
In South Carolina, an employee may receive compensation for personal injury or death by an accident arising out of, and in the course of, his or her employment. Where a claim is successfully filed, workers’ compensation can cover necessary medical treatment, loss of wages during a period of disability, and compensation for permanent disability or disfigurement. However, the injured employee must prove his or her injuries to all the parties and authorities involved throughout the claims process.