About Gordon Johnson – Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Attorney
About Carbon Monoxide Attorney Gordon Johnson
I have been doing brain injury cases since 1992. I have limited my practice to cases involving brain damage since 1996. While there are other organs damaged, carbon monoxide cases are primarily about proving brain damage. Thus, my background in brain injury which has included decades of deposing neurologists, neuropsychologists and neuroradiologists makes me uniquely qualified to represent those suffering from the effects of carbon monoxide poisoning.
I have been involved in legal cases that have generated more than $160 million in recoveries for my clients almost all with significant brain damage. As important to my success as any other factor is my paralegal Jayne. If you call our number, you will get to speak to Jayne Zabrowski about your brain injury. Jayne is the best at what she does, which will be apparent within minutes of her answering the phone. The Brain Injury Law Group prides itself in getting it, understanding that any damage to the brain involves multiple systems and that the full impact upon the injured person is far more than a change in IQ. Brain damage impacts four domains: cognitive, mood, behavioral and physical functioning. Regardless of cognitive function, if symptoms continue in the other three domains, then disability will persist.
In representing you, we care not only about your legal case but to help you get the best diagnosis and treatment for carbon monoxide poisoning.
For the objective stuff on my background:
I am a 1975 graduate of Northwestern University with a BS in Journalism. In 1979 I graduated cum laude from the University of Wisconsin Law School. I have a license to practice law in Illinois, Wisconsin and Michigan. I have been admitted to handle cases pro hac vitae in another 15 states.
I am a former chair of the Traumatic Brain Injury Litigation Group, of the American Association of Justice, a group of the nations leading plaintiff lawyers.
I am a frequent author and lecturer on brain damage and am available to speak to groups on related topics. I am willing to go anywhere in the United States to speak about brain injury.