Attorney Johnny Adams focuses his law practice on serious injuries and wrongful deaths. He knows first-hand the effects of serious injuries and losing a loved one due to someone else's negligence. He is sympathetic and understanding and at the same time works hard for his clients to obtain the compensation they deserve. He earned his Juris Doctor degree from Birmingham School of Law located in Birmingham, Alabama. He also holds a B.S. Degree in Computer Science from Troy University. In addition to being an Alabama Licensed Attorney, Adams is currently a licensed Real Estate Broker and holds a Commercial Driver's License. Adams has decades of experience in all aspects of business management, including accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll, human resources management, sales management, advertising, public relations and marketing. He has owned, operated and managed over 10 businesses during the past three decades. He owned a greenhouse nursery business with a fleet of Commercial Motor Vehicles, owned a farming operation, managed a timber harvesting business, owned a computer repair and consulting business, operated a home mortgage business, owned a photography business and owned an insurance business. In addition to his law practice, Adams currently owns a tax accounting business, a real estate investment business, a real estate sales business and co-owns a local newspaper. He has served a county commissioner since 1996. Adams has been married since 1990. He has two children and one grandchild. Adams has authored two books; one is about being successful and the other is a children's book. Adams uses a combination of his lifelong education, knowledge, business ownership experiences and his strong work ethic to return the best results he can for his clients. Adams believes in offering personalized service to his law practice clients, including giving all his clients his personal cell phone number.
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