William Ashley Jordan, III
Greenville Personal Injury Attorney
William Ashley Jordan, III ("William") is a Greenville native
who is proud to serve the community in which he grew up. William has lived
in Greenville from a young age, and went to JL Mann High school, just
down the road from his current office. After high school, he obtained
his undergraduate degree from Furman University. Upon the completion of
his studies there, William chose law school, and obtained his law degree
from the University of South Carolina. During law school, William clerked
for a firm in Columbia that handled
workers' compensation and serious
personal injury cases. It was there that he developed both a passion for helping those
in tough situations and the skills to help them.
With two parents who are lawyers, William has long understood what it means
to stand up for average folks - both of his parents have represented injured
people across the state. William handles workers' compensation,
slip and falls, products liability, premises liability, and other kinds of injury cases.
Perhaps the most satisfying part of the job is being able to give someone
a straight answer after their life has been turned upside down. "I
am proudest of my ability to help someone who has been put out, through
no fault of their own, and put the pieces back together. Sometimes, it
is something simple, like 'what should I do about a rental car,'
or 'how can I collect a few days lost wages.' Other times, it
is helping chart a future that may involve many years of not being able
to draw a paycheck. In all situations, I am honored to provide assistance
to people who've had life changing events."
William moved back to the Greenville area following law school, and currently
lives in Greenville with his wife, Meredith Jordan. He is a member of
the South Carolina bar, the South Carolina Injured Workers' Advocates,
the South Carolina Association for Justice, and the Federal Bar Association.
William is licensed to practice in both state and federal courts in South
Carolina, as well as the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals.