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We Help Clients With Complex Litigation Cases Throughout Alabama

“I believe that successful litigation begins — and ends — with developing a strong attorney-client relationship. At Johnstone Carroll, LLC, you won’t be treated like a case file. My staff and I will recognize you by name, and I will work directly with you from the first meeting until your case is concluded.” — Attorney Inge Johnstone

Attorneys F. Inge Johnstone and Matt Carroll have litigated a wide variety of cases involving denied insurance claims, business disputes, fraud, personal injury, maritime injuries and property litigation.

We invite you to learn more about Mr. Johnstone and Mr. Carroll by following the links below.

Our Alabama law firm provides legal counsel to clients in communities throughout Jefferson County, Shelby County, Blount County, St. Clair County and Walker County in the Birmingham, Alabama, area and throughout the state. Call 205-383-1809 or contact us by email to arrange a free initial consultation with a Birmingham litigation attorney today.

We are conveniently located right off of Highway 31 in Homewood, and ample free parking is available. Consultation hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., and evening and weekend appointments may be available by special arrangement. Hourly rates are reasonable, and most personal injury and insurance litigation cases are handled on a contingency-fee basis.


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