Jordan Godwin

Attorney 

Jordan Godwin, Attorney
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Jordan Godwin, a first-generation attorney from Fayetteville, North Carolina, joined Henson Fuerst in 2022 and exclusively practices complex litigation.

He graduated from Methodist University in 2017, then moved to Birmingham, Alabama to attend Samford University's Cumberland School of Law for its formidable trial advocacy program. While at Cumberland, Jordan was selected to join the American Journal of Trial Advocacy - the Nation's oldest law review dedicated to the art of trial advocacy. He also served as the director of Cumberland's Arbitration and Mediation program and, in 2020, led Cumberland's Arbitration Team's first-ever advance to the ABA National Arbitration Competition.

In practice, Jordan treats every case like it's his only case. His exceptional attention to detail and strong work ethic are invaluable tools in every complex litigation.

When he's not working, Jordan enjoys traveling with his friends, relaxing at Holden Beach, or exploring a new city.

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Main Practice Areas

  • Complex Litigation (e.g., Catastrophic Liability; Medical Malpractice; and Nursing Home, Assisted Living, and Group Home Liability)
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BAR ADMISSIONS

  • The North Carolina State Bar
  • All Federal District Courts sitting in North Carolina
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CIVIC INVOLVEMENT

  • Board of Directors ­– Methodist University Legal Studies Department
  • Co-Regional Coordinator – North Carolina High School Mock Trial Program
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PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS

  • North Carolina Advocates for Justice (NCAJ)
  • The North Carolina Bar Association
  • The Cumberland County Bar Association

RECENT NOTABLES

  • McDonald v. Ramirez, et al., 2022-NCCOA-643, 877 S.E. 2d 477 (Aug. 24, 2022) – Jordan’s client was injured when a dump-truck abruptly drove into his lane and caused a crash. The dump-truck’s driver and owner refused to accept responsibility but, ultimately, the trial court granted summary judgment in favor of Jordan’s client because, as a matter of law, the dump-truck’s driver and owner were 100% responsible for the crash. The dump-truck’s driver and owner appealed to the North Carolina Court of Appeals, but Jordan won the appeal and ensured they were held accountable for his client’s injuries.
  • Editor – Municipal Courts: Alabama Practice & Procedure (5th ed. 2021)
  • Author – The Feres Doctrine: How Courts Use Federal Service to Shield the Government from Tort Liability, 43:2 J. Tr. Advoc. 437 (Spring 2020)

Raleigh Office

3110 Edwards Mill Rd
Suite 210,
Raleigh, NC 27612

P (919) 781-1107
F (919) 781-8048

Rocky Mount Office

2317 Sunset Ave
#2529,
Rocky Mount, NC 27804

P (252) 443-2111
F (252) 443-9429

Boone Office

Appointment Only

P (828) 295-7469

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