Jordan Dixon, Esq. 


Mr. Dixon’s practice focuses primarily on personal injury and workers’ compensation.   From 2014 to 2019, he was employed as defense counsel representing public entities and insurance companies in cases relating to personal injury, workers’ compensation, and employment law.  In June of 2019, Mr. Dixon joined Meisner Law Firm because he was fed up with the manner in which insurance companies and employers treat honest, hardworking individuals who suffer an injury through no fault of their own. 

Excited by the unique opportunity to help a multitude of injury victims, Mr. Dixon took a risk and chose to leave the defense side of law to help clients who have been injured by a negligent third party or their employer.  Since making this decision, Mr. Dixon feels renewed and fulfilled in his law practice like never before. 


Moreover, Mr. Dixon’s prior defense work provided him valuable experience understanding medical records and billings, the compensable value of injuries, and the evidentiary standard necessary to cause third parties, insurance companies, and employers to fairly compensate injured victims.  This makes him an effective, formidable advocate on behalf of injured victims.

Mr. Dixon's personal interests include the NFL, crafting gourmet meals, reading Stephen King novels and spending time with his wife and young daughter.


  • Whitttier Law School, J.D., 2014, magna cum laude, Law Review Staff Member

  • California State University, Fresno, B.A. English/Political Science, 2011

Bar Admissions/Professional Associations

  • State Bar of California

  • United States District Court for the Eastern District of California

  • Capital City Trial Lawyers Association

Primary Location:

500 Capitol Mall, 23rd Fl. (Suite 2350)

Sacramento, CA 95814


Personal Injury Cases: No attorney fees due unless client receives a money settlement. If client receives a money settlement, client is responsible for costs incurred during case preparation.

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