Jordan Wartman

Attorney

Personal Injury Attorney in Pennsylvania

Email: wartman@hhrlaw.com

Jordan focuses his practice on pharmaceutical and medical device mass tort litigation, products liability and serious personal injury. During law school, Jordan worked in the mass tort department at Handler, Henning & Rosenberg, LLP, where he gained valuable experience and a desire to help individuals who suffered harmful side effects, serious health problems, or even death as a result of taking dangerous or defective prescription drugs. Today, Jordan represents injured victims from across the nation who have been harmed by the careless actions of others and is committed to successfully resolving their claims.

Background & Experience

Prior to joining Handler, Henning & Rosenberg, LLP, Jordan completed internships with the law firm of Ebanks & Sattler, located in Manhattan, New York, and the Schuylkill County District Attorney’s Office.

Jordan graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from Bloomsburg University, where he was a four-year letter winner and Scholar Athlete on the Men’s Varsity Basketball team. Jordan received his Juris Doctor degree from Widener University Commonwealth Law School.

While in law school, Jordan excelled in legal research and writing as well as oral advocacy. He was selected as the Vice President of Widener Commonwealth’s Moot Court Honor Society.

Education

  • Widener University Commonwealth Law School, J.D.
  • Bloomsburg University, Bachelor of Arts

Experience

  • Schuylkill County District Attorney’s Office

Accomplishments

  • Vice President of Widener Commonwealth’s Moot Court Honor Society
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