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Gordon S. Johnson

Gordon S. Johnson Jr.

Practice areas:

Brain Injury

Gordon Johnson

Practice Areas

Licensed since 1979

  1. Brain Injury: 100%
    25 years, 200 cases

Attorney Endorsements

2 total

  • Randall L. Rozek

    Gordon's thorough understanding of the medicine involved in TBI cases has revolutionized legal advocacy for TBI victims. A tireless advocate, Gordon gives each of his clients his full attention. He has also devoted countless hours of time to educating other attorneys about how to best represent TBI survivors. Brain injury victims can do no better than Gordon.

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    Randall Rozek Brain Injury Attorney
    Relationship: Worked together on matter

  • Karen Kathryn Koehler

    Gordon fights on behalf of brain injured clients with a single minded passion that is second to none.

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    Karen Koehler Personal Injury Attorney
    Relationship: Worked together on matter

Contact Info

212 Whitetail Run Ln
Po Box 1319
Sheboygan, WI, 53082

Resume

License
StateStatusAcquiredUpdated
ILActive And Authorized To Practice Law200105/14/2015
MIActive And In Good Standing197903/27/2015
WIGood Standing197903/02/2015

Professional Misconduct

We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
Avvo Contributions
Legal Answers
Awards
Award NameGrantorDate Granted
Weideman and Wysocki AwardAmerican Association of Justice2010

Work Experience
TitleCompany NameDuration
PartnerGonyo and Johnson1988 - 2010

Associations
Association NamePosition NameDuration
American Association of JusticePast Chair Traumatic Brain Injury Litigation Group1994 - Present

Publications
Publication NameTitleDate
Brain Injury Law Groupwaiting.com1997

Education
School NameMajorDegreeGraduated
Northwestern UniversityJournalism and Mass CommunicationBS - Bachelor of ScienceN/A

Speaking Engagements
Conference NameTitleDate
TBI ConferencePanel Discussion on Mild Traumatic Brain Injury - Moderator2010
AAJ National ConventionBrain Injury - Direct Examination of Neurologist2010
AAJ - Midwinter ConventionThree Things to Remember about a Brain Injury Case2010