Over the past 25 years, Joe Johnson has been litigating some of the most complex cases in Florida - and he's been taking on some of the most powerful opponents. But that's little surprise: The law, and courtroom savvy, is something the third-generation lawyer grew up with.
A Board Certified Civil Trial Lawyer, Mr. Johnson has successfully handled a wide range of product liability, consumer protection, defective medical device, and commercial litigation, as well as medical malpractice and other personal injury cases. The cases may differ, but their theme is always the same: fighting to protect, and vindicate, his client's rights.
The South Florida native's philosophy is simple: his client's interests are his interests. That means every case is tackled with the same level of preparation, dedication, and skill that Mr. Johnson would demand in his own attorneys. And it means always being responsive to clients and their needs. Like his partners at Babbitt, Johnson, Osborne & Le Clainche, he brings the service of a small firm - but large-firm talent - to every case he handles. It has earned him the respect of judges, juries, and peers. But more importantly, it has earned him the respect of his clients.
Year Joined Firm
100% of Practice Devoted to Litigation
Certified Legal Specialties
Board Certified Civil Trial Lawyer, The Florida Bar
Certified Civil Trial Advocate, National Board of Trial Advocacy
Civil Trial Practice, Florida Bar, 1996
Professional Associations and Memberships
Palm Beach County Bar Association
Palm Beach County Justice Association
The Florida Bar, Member, Civil Procedure Rules Committee, 2008 - Present
American Association for Justice
American Bar Association
The Florida Justice Association
American Inns of the Court
Florida Bar Association, Member, 1983 - Present
National Board of Trial Advocacy, Member, 1996 - Present
ABOTA, Member, 2001 - Present
(Board Certified Civil Trial Lawyer, Florida Bar Board of Legal Specialization and Education) (Certified as a Civil Trial Advocate by the National Board of Trial Advocacy)