May 7, 2021
Lommen Abdo is constantly working to expand its team of lawyers with the experience and tenacity to bring the best results to our clients. Attorney Wade Johnson recently joined us, bringing his knowledge of construction defect litigation, premises liability, product liability, and catastrophic injury matters.
Wade and his wife, Tracy, live in Saint Paul, Minnesota, with their four children and bird dog, Darryl. In his spare time Wade enjoys spending his time biking, hunting and paddling the Boundary Waters Canoe Area.
We recently sat down with Wade to learn more about him and his practice and we’re excited to share his answers with you.
Describe major career and life decisions which led you to your current position. How have these experiences shaped the way you engage with clients?
Beginning my legal career as a judicial law clerk, I strived to be an attorney that put in the time to be prepared for addressing the task at hand. Throughout my career I have always strived to show a strong work ethic and come to every case prepared on behalf of my client.
What unique perspective do you bring to your practice?
I enjoy working with individuals and companies to understand their operations and resolve complex legal disputes. My employment history in the building trades prior to law school allows me to bring a unique perspective to my construction trade clients.
What is your client philosophy?
To provide clients with the information that they need to make an informed business decision.
What are you most proud of?
Developing ongoing relationships with clients and earning the trust to assist in navigating difficult situations.
What is a little-known fact about you?
I spent a season working on a purse seine salmon boat in Prince William Sound.
President Marc Johannsen had this to say about bringing Wade on board, “Wade is an excellent addition to Lommen Abdo, his experience assisting clients in all phases of litigation will benefit the firm considerably. We look forward to his future presentations on construction and contracting issues. Thank you for bringing your skills to Lommen Abdo, Wade.”
You can view Wade’s bio and v-card at this link.