Martineau & Johnson Injury Law, PLC LAUNCHES NEW LOGO – January 1, 2010 (Mesa, Arizona)
The Martineau & Johnson Injury Law, a personal injury specialty law firm in Phoenix, Arizona, has launched its new, bold logo. The logo is designed to show the aggressive, hard-hitting legal nature of the firm.
“We are very excited about this new logo”, says attorney Ray Johnson, the managing member of the law firm. “The logo is a way for our valued clients and those who are seeking quality legal services to quickly and easily identify the Martineau & Johnson Injury Law. Our goal is to have everyone who needs help with their personal injury claim be able to get the right help that they need–and that is right here at our firm”.
The Martineau & Johnson Injury Law logo shows the initials JLG, with the L shaped like a column found on the US Supreme Court building. Not only is it sharp, attractive and bold, the simplistic yet powerful design also represents a strong legal representation. This best encapsulates the attitude of the law firm towards its clients and their situation, which is taking their personal injuries personally, but still maintain an objective approach to handling the cases.
About the Law Firm
Martineau & Johnson Injury Law specializes in representing victims of personal injury, medical malpractice, wrongful death, vehicular accidents, dog bites, slip and fall injury, burn injury, and birth trauma. The law firm has secured a reputation for winning decisive victories for clients, obtaining just compensation for the following and more:
- wrongful death
- physical injuries
- disabilities and other permanent injuries
- mental pain and suffering
- medical bills
- lost wages
- diminished earning capacity
What sets this law firm apart from others is that there is no need for the clients to pay an upfront fee, as payment for lawyer services will be asked only if their cases are won. If you wish to know more about the personal injury law firm Arizona residents trust, or any of its services, do not hesitate to call (480) 218- 4000 today.