Firm Overview

Main Office

Main Office
2000 Town Center, Suite 1900

Southfield MI 48075


(248) 567-9990


What distinguishes your law firm from others?

Johnny Hawkins, aka "The Warrior Lawyer", as the original founder of The Law Office of J L Hawkins, PLLC has always made it the primary practice of his law firm, through the offering of a valuable service, to see to it that each potential client, be treated as a person first, and not merely as an individual who has had the misfortune of having suffered a very serious or debilitating injury caused by the negligence of another. In truth, the occupation of Attorney or Lawyer is merely a longstanding profession or title which may be earned by any person upon them securing the appropriate degree and license. So lawyers come a dime a dozen. But the proper carrying out of one's duties as a trusted Licensed Legal Advocate, all done with the appropriate level of empathy and integrity being asserted towards every individual that becomes their client, well that must be heartfelt and sincere. The latter is what distinguishes The Law Office of J L Hawkins PLLC from its competitors. We don't just win big; instead we aim to provide exceptional service to each of our clients, from the very start and up to the finish, so that in the end, there is a relationship and standard of excellence which is both established and bestowed upon the client, which leaves them knowing that their very best interests were properly served. This is the "Warrior Lawyer Standard of Excellence".

Johnny Hawkins

The Law Office of J L Hawkins


Bar Number: 48157
Michigan, 1996


Michigan State University College of Law
Juris Doctorate, 1996

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