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ATTORNEY ADMITTED TO AMERICAN COLLEGE OF TRIAL LAWYERS

One of our founding partners, Attorney Roger Johnson has been granted membership
in the American College of Trial Lawyers.

The American College of Trial Lawyers is one of the most prestigious and
elite associations in the national legal community. It spans the United
States and Canada, admitting only litigators of the highest rate who have
proven themselves in the courtroom, who represent the trial bar at the
highest level, and who set examples the rest of the legal community can
follow with conviction.

All of this has to be achieved over a long career. Attorneys must have
at least 15 years trial experience before they are even considered for
membership with the American College of Trial Lawyers. Each of the cases
these litigators handle also have to be conducted with strict upholding
of ethics, professionalism, civility, and collegiality. This list truly
is comprised of only the best and brightest in the field of litigation.

Perhaps the most exclusive element of the American College of Trial Lawyers
is the fact that the association only admits the top one perfect of litigators
in every state or province, and this once percent needs to shine over
every practice area in law. This includes those in personal injury, family
law litigation, criminal defense and prosecution, environmental law, and
commercial litigation.

We at Johnson, Vorhees & Martucci are thrilled to host some of the
most celebrated attorneys in the county, including Attorney Roger Johnson
and so many other talented litigators.

Medical Malpractice

Jury: woman to receive $25.3 million in medical malpractice case

Sometimes a headline like the one above this blog post is misunderstood. People can see the dollar amount and think that the person has received a windfall, like winning the lottery. Of course, the reality is far different. The 53-year-old woman in this medical malpractice case lost all four of her limbs; both arms, both legs. All four were amputated because an undetected infection led to septic shock, which caused

Car Accidents

Shaping the future of car safety

The Joplin Globe recently ran an article that had us wonder: what would you do if you had an invention with the potential to save thousands of lives every year, but the device was illegal to operate? That\’s the dilemma technology giant Google faced with its driverless cars. The vehicles piloted by computers might well prevent thousands of accidents, injuries and fatalities, but because they have no steering wheels and

Brain Injuries

Study: Girls who suffer concussions in soccer, continue to play

With the approach of this year\’s World Cup, interest among Joplin boys and girls in soccer is likely to grow. While some parents might breathe a sigh of relief when their children choose a \”safe\” sport such as soccer, they should understand that every sport carries risks of injuries to players. A recent study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association Pediatrics focused on middle school girls who

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