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Carney Thorpe, LLC

Business, Real Estate, Litigation, Elder Law, Consumer Protection

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  • Language: English

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Ralph E. Johnson

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Business, Real Estate, Litigation, Elder Law, Consumer Protection

Ralph E. Johnson joined Carney Thorpe in 2015 after nearly 30 years as Staff Attorney and then as Managing Attorney with the Janesville UAW-GM Legal S... (more)

Attorneys Jim Carney, Ann Davies and Jim Thorpe formed the law firm of Carney, Davies & Thorpe, LLC in July 2003.

Already well-established, very experienced and respected lawyers in their own right, the desire was to create a fresh new law firm, one that would reflect their individual and collective personalities, and provide an environment for exceptional legal service to clients.

In 2013, the firm became Carney Thorpe, LLC, with the addition of partners, Jonathan Groessl and Christina Isackson.

Carney Thorpe is not a general practice law firm. Instead, we offer legal services in the areas in which we excel: Personal Injury, Business, Litigation and Real Estate. We believe doing it this way best serves the individuals and businesses who hire us.

Please contact us for an initial consultation.
    Carney Thorpe, LLC
    2620 N Pontiac Dr
    Janesville, WI 53547
    42.714086,-88.9887996

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    2620 N Pontiac Dr
    Janesville, WI 53547


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