I am Jordan Cross and I was born and raised right here in Kansas City. As a young boy, I promised my parents that one day I would be a professional soccer player or a lawyer. After graduating from Oak Park High School, I attended the University of Missouri-Kansas City earning a Bachelor of Arts in History and a Juris Doctor. In 2013, I fulfilled the promise I made to my parents when I was admitted to the Missouri Bar and began my legal career.
Since that time, I have gained experience in many different fields of law. I’ve worked as a prosecutor and as defense counsel on various criminal cases. I’ve gained experience in pursuing and defending civil claims for personal injury, breach of contract, and wrongful death. These days, I spend most of my time focusing on helping those who need representation in personal injury cases, bankruptcy, and estate planning.
When I am not working on clients' cases, I enjoy spending time with my wife (Katie), daughter (Emersyn), and two-pointer pups (Nash, Remi). My passion for law is rivaled by my love of the outdoors, either playing softball, fishing, or hunting. My competitive nature and perseverance are attributes I’ve developed through my active lifestyle but have found they assist me each day in and out of the courtroom.
Awards & Recognitions
The National Trial Lawyers Top 40 Under 40, 2020
National Academy of Personal Injury Attorneys Top 10 under 40, 2020-2021
Missouri Bar Association, 2013-Present
Kansas Bar Association, 2016-Present
U.S. District Court for District of Kansas, 2018-Present
Kansas Trial Lawyers Association, 2019-Present
Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association, 2013-Present
Johnson County Bar Association, 2018-Present
J.D. - University of Missouri - Kansas City School of Law, 2013
Trial Advocacy Competition Team, 3 Years
Student Bar Association Class Representative, 2 Years
Appellate Advocacy Top Oralist, 1 Year
Delta Theta Phi, 3 Years
B.A. - University of Missouri - Kansas City, 2010
Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity, 4 Years
Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, 2 years