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Each case is personal to the personal injury lawyers at The Johnson Injury Firm. Regardless of the severity of your injury, our lawyers use our extensive resources and vast knowledge base to obtain the best possible result.

Our personal injury attorneys represent clients who were injured as a result of another person’s or entity’s negligent or intentional acts, such as a distracted driver or a defectively designed, manufactured or marketed product. Please visit our Practice Areas page to learn more.

While every situation is different, typically if you have been seriously injured through someone else’s negligence, you have a case. The Johnson Injury Firm can help you win the compensation you deserve.

The Johnson Injury Firm provides a completely safe and confidential environment. Your information will not be shared with any third party unless you allow it.

If an insurance company — yours or another party’s — contacts you, be sure to keep a careful record of what the company requests from you. Before responding, contact The Johnson Injury Firm to make sure that you provide only the information they really need and don’t jeopardize your case.

Our lawyers have a history of winning cases for the injured. For this reason, no fee is due until we have won your case. That’s a guarantee.

Unlike large law firms, you speak directly with an attorney when you call us to discuss a case … and whenever you choose to throughout your case. Each case is personal to us at The Johnson Injury Firm. Our personal injury lawyers are willing to fight for you.

The Johnson Injury Firm operates across the Commonwealth of Virginia, but our office is located in Richmond, Virginia.

At the time of your claim, we will determine which lawyer is the best fit for your case and has the best chance of winning maximum compensation for you.

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