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M. Jewkes



  • Georgia State Bar, 2009
  • Florida State Bar, 2007


  • Georgia State University College of Law, 2007
  • Brigham Young University, 2004

“I really felt that is was my calling to help people who don’t have a voice and can’t fight the system for themselves.”

Attorney Jordan M. Jewkes is the founder of The Jewkes Firm, LLC., in Peachtree City, Georgia. Through his law firm, Mr. Jewkes devotes his skills and resources to helping accident victims and injured medical patients secure much – needed compensation and benefits following a debilitating injury or devastating loss. With over 10 years of legal experience, Mr. Jewkes has the knowledge and skills necessary to handle even the most complex personal injury, wrongful death, and medical malpractice cases.

At the beginning of his career, Mr. Jewkes worked as a defense attorney for insurance companies, giving him unique insight into the tactics they use to reduce or deny claims. Armed with this experience, he is able to create the most effective strategies possible to recover the maximum amount of compensation for individuals and their families adversely affected by the negligent or reckless acts of others.

Trained in alternative dispute resolution methods, he strives to resolve his clients’ issues through negotiations and mediation; however, he will not hesitate to fight aggressively for his clients’ rights in court when necessary. In all cases, he treats his clients like family, working hard to obtain the justice they deserve.

Having received his Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Brigham Young University in 2004, Mr. Jewkes attended Georgia State University College of Law, where he obtained his Juris Doctorate in 2007. The Florida Bar admitted him to practice that same year, and the State Bar of Georgia admitted him in 2009. After serving for years as a litigation attorney for a prestigious personal injury firm in Georgia, he established his own private practice to better serve the needs of his clients.

A consummate professional, Mr. Jewkes is active in several professional legal associations, including serving as president for the Fayette County Bar Association. Well-versed in personal injury law, he has published several articles and delivered a number of continuing legal education seminars on various topics related to medical malpractice, premises liability and legal ethics.

Aside from his legal pursuits, Mr. Jewkes is a family man and lives with his wife and four children in Newnan, Georgia.

Where he enjoys watching his children participate in various sports and activities. Having graduated from Griffin High School and residing in the Fayette/Coweta area for the most part of the past 15 years, Mr. Jewkes considers himself a local with a unique understanding of what his clients are faced with and a desire to fight for what they deserve.




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