Ms. Johnson was raised in Seattle, Washington and...
Ms. Johnson was raised in Seattle, Washington and...Bachus & Schanker, LLC Associate Attorney Maaren Johnson focuses her practice on personal injury and is one of our law firm's Colorado Car Accident attorneys. She believes it is her responsibility to advocate on behalf of victims who have been injured through no fault of their own. Clients can rely on Ms. Johnson's compassion and attention to detail to navigate the legal system after their Car Accident or personal injury accident.
Ms. Johnson was raised in Seattle, Washington and Telluride, Colorado. She has always had a passion for research and writing and has been diligent in seeking opportunities to use her gifts to help others. She is an active volunteer in the community and is a member of the board for the Bachus & Schanker, LLC Cares Foundation.
Ms. Johnson completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Colorado, Boulder. She earned her law degree from the John Marshall Law School in Chicago, IL. While attending law school, Ms. Johnson worked as a law clerk for a Medical Malpractice and personal injury firm. She also had the opportunity to extern with a judge on the Cook County Circuit Court.
Ms. Johnson is a member of the Colorado Bar Association and the Illinois Bar Association. Ms. Johnson is licensed to practice law in both Colorado and Illinois.
After several years in Chicago, Ms. Johnson is happy to be back in the beautiful state of Colorado. When Ms. Johnson is not working for her clients, she can be found skiing and hiking in the mountains or enjoying a good book.
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