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Jordan M. Kirby


About Me

I began my legal practice in New York City with one of the largest law firms worldwide. For several years, I practiced as a commercial litigator and gained experience representing global corporations. I brought this experience and skills to Rubenstein Law in 2010. Here I concentrate my practice on zealously representing individuals who are seriously injured or who have lost their loved ones as a result of the negligence of another. I represent clients involved in motor vehicle collisions, slip/trip and falls, incidents related to poor security measures, and defective products. In my practice, ethically and professionally representing clients is foremost. To that end, I have served on The Florida Bar’s Standing Committee on Professionalism. Outside of work, I enjoy traveling, snowboarding, cycling, running, family, food, wine, and friends. 


Prior to joining Rubenstein Law, I successfully represented clients in multi-million-dollar products liability matters throughout Florida and nationally. In March of 2010, I was half of plaintiff’s counsel team in the successful verdict of over $14 million against multiple Fortune 100 defendants.

With Rubenstein Law, I have obtained multiple favorable verdicts for clients throughout the years, highlighted by the following:

  • $727,778 verdict in September 2016 against Wendy’s for failing to properly secure hot chili causing second degrees burns
  • $894,615 verdict in October 2016 against Wal-Mart for slip and fall incident leading to a lower back surgery
  • $223,059 verdict in May 2019 against negligent driver causing motor vehicle collision resulting in lower back surgery
  • $512,000 verdict in October 2019 against a supermarket for a client who slipped and fell and ultimately required lower back surgery
  • $1,186,845 in April 2021 verdict against driver who rear-ended client requiring shoulder and lower back surgery
  • $474,638 verdict in July 2021 against Racetrac Petroleum for a slip and fall incident requiring client to undergo lower back surgery
  • $5,949,496 verdict in August 2022 against Whole Foods for a slip and fall incident requiring multiple surgical procedures

Education and Accolades

Juris Doctor degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  • Editor-in-Chief of the North Carolina Banking Institute Journal
  • Published Article: “Unexpired Leases Under the New Bankruptcy Act: A Win-Win for Landlords and Lenders?”
  • Member of the Holderness Moot Court Environmental Appellate Advocacy Team
  • Law Clerk to the Honorable Stephen T. Brown, U.S. Magistrate Judge, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida

Bachelor degree in Criminology and Communication Studies (double major) from the Florida State University

  • President of the Mortar Board Senior Honor Society
  • Vice President of the Phi Alpha Delta pre-law fraternity

Florida Board Certified Civil Trial Attorney

Member of the American Board of Trial Advocates (admitted 2020)

Member of Florida Justice Association, Broward County Justice Association, American Bar Association, New York State Bar Association, and Broward County Bar Association

Licensed to practice in the states of Florida, New York, Pennsylvania, and Georgia

Admitted to practice in all Florida U.S. District Courts