Reed Johnson is a partner at Johnson Law, P.C. where he focuses his energy on representing individuals in need. Reed is admitted to practice in Oregon and Washington. Reed grew up in the interior of Alaska where he learned to survive in the frigid cold and work until the job was done. Reed put in long, physical hours building homes from the ground up for a general contractor and working in that environment formed his work ethic and drive.
Reed has represented a wide range of individuals at trial court and has successfully litigated in front of jurors. Moreover, he has also represented individuals at arbitration, administration hearings, in high-stakes negotiations, and in all other stages of litigation. While Reed does not push for litigation, it is an important tool in his belt to help individuals.
In his practice, Reed has had the opportunity to litigate against and work with a wide range of defense counsel from across the country—ranging from New York, Houston, Dallas, to San Francisco. Even when the defense brought in the big guns from out of state, Reed was able to obtain favorable six figure resolutions
for his clients. Reed gained valuable experience working against large national litigation defense firms and he’ll put that experience to work for you.
At Johnson Law, P.C., Reed dedicates his time and energy to advocating on behalf of those that have had a loss because of the negligence of others. Reed has excelled at guiding victims of motor vehicle collisions
through their medical recovery, and ultimately, pursing recovery for their harms and losses. Reed also enjoys pursuing claims for diminished value when your vehicle has been damaged by the negligence of another. Reed will pursue your claim through settlement, mediation, arbitration, or trial, whatever is necessary to have your voice heard. Reed will always find time to talk and discuss how best to make you whole following a motor vehicle collision.
When Reed isn’t working on your case, he can be found working on his house, spending time with friends and family, fishing, hiking, biking, and camping in the outdoors.