John W. Greenway, Attorney
John Greenway has been an Attorney practicing in the area of personal injury law for nearly two decades. He represents people who have been injured or killed in automobile, pedestrian, boating, trucking, and other accidents and operates with the goal of recovering the maximum monetary judgment for his clients. To best meet this end, Mr. Greenway makes a personal investment in each of his clients, starting with the very first meeting. He is aggressive in his negotiations with insurance companies and also provides thorough and individualized counsel to clients if their cases reach a courtroom. In addition to handling personal injury cases, Mr. Greenway also is available to work with clients concerning issues of business law and products liability. His practice is devoted primarily to litigation, with such cases accounting for 90% of his time. Mr. Greenway grew up in the Austin area, attended the University of Texas at Austin, and has spent his entire legal career representing clients in Austin and the surrounding communities. Over this time, he has developed strong relationships with medical professionals and others in the area who can give his personal injury clients the best care possible. Mr. Greenway graduated from the St. Mary's University School of Law and was admitted to the Texas State Bar in 1992. He is able to communicate with clients both in English and Spanish.
8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
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