The Law Office of John E. Wall, Jr.
Law Firm Overview
The Law Offices of John Wall, Jr. is located in Dallas, Texas. We provide a broad range of legal services to individuals and business clients throughout Texas.
Our firm is a general service law firm practicing in the areas of personal injury, medical negligence, nursing home neglect, workers' compensation, labor and employment law, commercial litigation, trial law, and appellate law. We represent clients in every level of the Texas state court system.
The cornerstone of our success is the quality relationship which we maintain with clients. Clients are treated with integrity and respect for their needs, goals, and objectives. We focus on intelligent legal representation and pledge to listen to and communicate with clients.
The attorneys in our firm possess high academic credentials, maintain strong community ties, am committed to the pursuit of excellence, communicate effectively, and demonstrate the strictest personal and professional ethics as well as the utmost concern for our clients.
We utilize state-of-the-art technology and cost-effective methods to provide services in a timely, client-oriented manner and ethical, friendly, and professional environment. Our approach focuses on each client's background, needs, and goals, and we are committed to responding promptly to telephone calls, to reporting on cases regularly, and to minimizing and eliminating risk by informing clients of significant changes in the law.
Our dedication to quality, understanding of the law, trust, and respect are the foundation for our long-standing relationships with clients and the community.
Areas of Practice
- Employment Law -- Employee
- Sexual Harassment
West Practice Categories
Discrimination, Employment, Sexual Harassment
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