Tati Scholfield-Johnson Joins Johnson, Vorhees & Martucci
Johnson, Vorhees & Martucci is proud to announce the addition of
Tati Scholfield-Johnson as our firm’s 10th attorney! Tati will practice primarily out of our Springfield office and
will bolster our firm’s strength in handling personal injury matters
throughout the region.
Tati is the oldest daughter of
Attorney Roger Alan Johnson and Piper Scholfield and has spent the majority of her young life in and
around the Johnson, Vorhees & Martucci office. Having known partners
Scott Vorhees and Patrick Martucci and many other staff members since
she was a child, she has been a familiar presence at the firm for years.
After watching her father tirelessly fight for the rights of injured clients
during her youth, she developed the same passion for the law and chose
to dedicate her career to defending the rights of others. A skilled litigator
focusing primarily on personal injury trial law, Tati received her Juris
Doctorate from the University of Missouri at Kansas City School of Law
in 2016 and subsequently became a licensed member of The Missouri Bar.
She is also a member of the Springfield Metropolitan Bar Association and
the Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys.
Attorney Scholfield-Johnson will practice in the following areas:
- Auto accidents
- Personal injury
- Medical malpractice
Serious injury and
- Premises liability
- Products liability
Joplin and Springfield Personal Injury Lawyers
Our team of Four States personal injury attorneys are proud to have Tati
among our ranks and look forward to her contributions to the firm’s
continued excellence and success. With more than 140 years of combined
legal experience and millions of dollars recovered in
verdicts and settlements on our clients’ behalf, our team of advocates are well-known for
our powerful advocacy and unshakable dedication to justice.
If you are in need of representation for your Four States personal injury
case, call (833) 600-0125 or
fill out an online form today to schedule your free case review. If we do not win, you will not
owe us a dime!