Fighting Aggressively For The Rights Of Our Clients

A Local, Trusted, Long-Established Law Firm In Beaumont

Since 1953, Johns & Johns has stood for dedication to justice and a strong commitment to supporting clients’ interests. We are compassionate, skillful attorneys who truly care about people and strive to bring about the best solutions to legal problems.

When you entrust your legal concern to our care, you will benefit from our team approach. We put our clients’ interests first, getting to know them and making sure we understand the full scope of the legal issue that brought them to our door. Follow these links to learn more about our backgrounds and qualifications:

If the name “Theodore Johns” sounds familiar, it may be because the Theodore Johns Library in Beaumont was named after our father and the founder of this law firm, Theodore R. Johns Sr. He was a longtime attorney, municipal judge and civil rights leader who invested in his community as a testament to his character. He was instrumental in opening libraries and recreational facilities in Beaumont to people of color. We draw on his legacy as we continue working for justice for our clients.

A Legacy Of Quality Legal Services

We know the importance of keeping our word and providing trustworthy advice and representation. Our strong reputation is the result of our commitment to integrity and a belief in the importance of making the law work for all members of our democracy.

Attorney Kent W. Johns is board-certified as a personal injury trial lawyer by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization since 2001. We are committed to meeting our clients’ needs in legal practice areas that include:

Our clients and fellow attorneys refer us to others because of our consistent success in applying sophisticated methods and strategies. Our zealous representation is evidenced by our willingness to go the extra mile in the pursuit of justice.

Schedule A Consultation

Call 409-833-2233 or send an email message to arrange for a conversation with a lawyer. Initial consultations are free for injured people and surviving family members.