Adam D. Greivell, Esq.
Adam is an experienced civil and criminal litigation attorney, and has been practicing law since 2005. He founded this firm in 2010. Among other things, Adam has experience litigating multi-million dollar business and employment disputes and personal injury and wrongful death matters in both state and federal courts. Adam has won claims and settlements against state and local governments as well as some of the country's largest corporations and has a reputation for having the determination and tenacity to take challenging cases other lawyers shy away from.
Erika Garrott Johnson, Esq.
Erika is an experienced criminal, divorce and family law attorney. Her careful attention, intuition and ability to see the full picture enables her to litigate great results for her clients, whether it's a serious criminal offense or a high-asset, highly contested divorce and custody case. Erika's clients believe in her and appreciate her candor and straightforwardness. She often jokes that those wanting a sugar-coating should visit a candy store, instead. This attitude has garnered Erika a solid reputation among her clients and other attorneys in the area. She is frequently called upon by the Courts to serve as a mediator in other parties' domestic cases, and is often able to lead the parties to resolution.
W. Kennedy Boone, III, Esq.
Kennedy was an attorney in private practice for 29 years before he was tapped to serve as Circuit Court judge in Washington County in 1997. He served in that position for 15 years before retiring in 2012, and served briefly as a retired judge, filling in vacancies around the state thereafter. Kennedy returned to the private practice of law in 2014, serving Of Counsel to Greivell & Garrott Johnson. Kennedy is excited to once again be serving private clients in Washington County and throughout the state. His wealth of experience is an amazing asset to his clients and the firm. Kennedy is well loved in the community and has a reputation for addressing matters head on and saying what needs to be said.