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When corporations sell food contaminated with E. coli, Salmonella, Listeria, Vibrio, Campylobacter, or Cyclospora pathogens, Jory Lange helps the families who have been harmed. Jory also helps people who have been affected by water contaminated with Legionella and Legionnaires’ Disease. One of the nation’s leading food safety lawyers, Jory has helped families from California to Florida, from the Midwest to the Mid-Atlantic, and in states across the nation. Jory became a food poisoning lawyer to help make our communities and families safer.
When large corporations violate important safety rules, Jory helps the families who have been harmed.
After 15 years as a products liability lawyer with a nationwide practice, Jory has wide-ranging experience helping families who have been injured by dangerous and defective products.
Other lawyers and law firms have often hired Jory to take their most important and difficult cases to trial.
Before founding his own law firm, Jory was a partner at a high profile national plaintiffs’ law firm, where he served as the firm’s lead trial lawyer for mesothelioma cases and founded the firm’s food safety practice. Jory went on to establish his own law firm so that he could devote his law practice entirely to helping families who have been affected by E. coli, Salmonella, Listeria, Vibrio, Campylobacter, Cyclospora, or Legionnaires’ Disease.
Other lawyers and law firms have often hired Jory to take their most important and difficult cases to trial. Jory is licensed in Texas and multiple federal courts. Courts across the country have also admitted Jory pro hac vice (meaning “for this particular occasion”) to handle important cases in their states.
Jory grew up in San Antonio. After graduating with honors from the University of Chicago, he earned his law degree at the University of Texas School of Law. While at the University of Texas, he was awarded the Dean’s Achievement Award for achieving the highest grade in Constitutional Law.
When he’s not working or playing with his kids, Jory loses himself in woodworking. Jory lives in Houston with his wife and their four daughters, and their dog and two cats.