Seven years ago, I fell in a pot hole in a restaurant's darkened parking lot, crushing my wrist and cutting muscles over my eyebrow. Emergency Room via ambulance; 12 stitches over the eye (with no anesthesia); temporary casting of the wrist and arm until a surgeon could see me (which wound up being at his office, not the hospital, several days later); lying on a gurney in a crowded hallway for more than 5 hours because of the ER overload, and a pain killer administered directly into the vein to "tide me over" until the by mouth prescription could be filled (by that time, my stomach was empty and I regurgitated almost immediately). The horrors continued with the ensuing three surgeries, allergies to the pain medications, and strenuous occupational therapy treatments (I am still doing occupational therapy). I was suffering so badly, and then the bills that started coming in were so high that my husband decided to ask the restaurant to help us with the medical expenses because it was their negligence with that parking lot deterioration and no lighting. All we wanted was for them to pay the remaining balance of what our insurance did not pay. We were not trying to hurt them, but we felt justified in asking them to help. They refused to acknowledge any negligence on their part and said they could not help us with the medical bills. That was when my husband called Chris Johns, who was highly recommended by a business associate. Chris and his associate, Zack, came to our home and saw us at their office many, many times. Courtesy, infinite patience, and a genuine interest in what we were going through with my injuries prevailed at every meeting with them. The restaurant's insurance company vigorously fought it, but Chris and Zack won the battle, and the restaurant finally settled. We could have gone on to court and received even greater financial remuneration, and Chris was more than willing to do that. But the proceedings had taken quite some time, and my husband was extremely ill by the time we came to the decision to settle. Chris was very concerned by then with my husband's health and agreed that the court proceedings might be too strenuous for him to endure. So the decision was made, and we accepted the restaurant's insurance offer. Chris and Zack behaved with the utmost professionalism in their negotiations, and I would recommend anyone who has a personal injury problem to go as soon as possible to Chris Johns. He will not fail to successfully represent your interests and, if your overall experience with him matches mine, you will also have a friend for life. My husband died last year, and Chris has stood by and with me in my grief. There is no law suit so he has no ulterior motive; he is simply a sincere friend. His loyalty goes far beyond even the business of fighting for your rights as a victim of personal injury.