Wagner Reese Attorney Jordan Kidd Selected to NTL Top 40 Under 40

Jordan Kidd Honored by The National Trial Lawyers in Indiana

Since 1997, our team at Wagner Reese has fought tirelessly to secure justice
for victims of negligence, carelessness, and wrongdoing in Indiana and
Illinois, earning many awards and accolades for our work in the process.
Now we’re excited to share that our attorney
Jordan Heitman Kidd has been selected to The National Trial Lawyers: Top 40 Under 40 Civil
Plaintiff Trial Lawyers in Indiana for 2020!

The National Trial Lawyers (NTL) is known nationwide as a premier trial
lawyer organization, and every year, the NTL inducts a select group of
attorneys who have distinguished themselves with superior skills and qualifications.
By providing accreditation to the top trial lawyers in the country, The
National Trial Lawyers helps consumers to make more informed decisions
when they need legal counsel.

To be considered for selection to the Top 40 Under 40, an attorney must
have the following:

  • Exceptional qualifications and credentials within the legal field
  • A demonstrated track record of success at court and in negotiations
  • Leadership skills
  • Multiple peer nominations
  • A positive standing within the community and local bar organization
  • A commitment to continuing legal education

The National Trial Lawyers is an invite-only membership limited to the
top 40 attorneys under the age of 40 in each state or region, for the
areas of either civil plaintiff or criminal defense law. That means that
Jordan has been selected as one of the top 40 civil plaintiff’s
attorneys in all of Indiana, setting her apart in this complex and ever-shifting
area of our legal system.

On behalf of our entire firm, we’d like to congratulate Jordan on
achieving this impressive accomplishment so early in her career. As a
skilled litigator representing plaintiffs in wrongful death, medical malpractice,
and foodborne illness, she has continued to serve our Indianapolis community
with skill and a true dedication to the law. Congratulations, Jordan!