At Johnson Law Firm you will find a welcoming, comfortable environment with a thoughtful, concerned staff that is committed to providing exceptional, personalized care. Johnson Law Firm is dedicated to helping our clients – who often become lifelong friends of our firm and family. Stop by or call for a free, confidential consultation and you’ll understand why the Johnson Law Firm is known as the “nicest place in town.”


Teresa Shepherd-Hall, Office Manager

I’m a life long Floyd County, Kentucky native. My husband is Estill Hall, who is the HVAC Foreman at USP Big Sandy in Martin County, Kentucky. I have three wonderful children, Justin Trout, who is a teacher in Floyd County and owns Eastern Air Flow; Samantha (Trout) Stovall, who will completing her courses as a Registered Nurse this Spring; and Alexiandria Trout who is in college and works as an Administrative Assistant. I have one grandchild, Kennedy Trout. I attended Prestonsburg Community College and received my Paralegal certification in 1999. In the past I was PTA President for two consecutive terms, as well as belonging to several Committees on the Floyd County Board of Education. I was pronounced a Kentucky Colonel in 2005. I enjoy fishing, four wheeling and reading.


Lindsay Rogers, Paralegal

I am originally from Newark, Ohio, but I have lived in Pikeville for the past six years. I played and have coached soccer at the University of Pikeville, where I also received a B.A. in business management. My husband is Chase Rogers who is employed with Rogers Petroleum. We have one dog; her name is Molly. She is the queen of the house. I enjoy a good music festival, gardening, and being outdoors.


Sara Hall, Legal Assistant

In 2010, I moved from a city right outside of Detroit known as Taylor, MI, to Pikeville to begin my college career. I attended Big Sandy Community and Technical College for three years, and transferred to the University of Pikeville where I graduated with my Bachelors in business administration with a double emphasis in accounting and management. My next goal is to sit for my CPA exam. When I’m not working or studying I am reading, listening to music, and watching films. My five dogs are my life. But my favorite thing to do is to be around my family and friends.


Melissa Wright, Public Relations

I was born and raised in Chicago, but I now have lived here in the Pikeville area for 10 years.  My father was from Dorton so I was down here quite often growing up.  Both of my parents are here Linda and Roy Wright. I have three children my oldest son Anthony works right here in Pikeville and is married and they have a beautiful daughter. My middle son Julian is living in the Dorton area with his wife and beautiful daughter. I am the proud NaNa of these girls.  My youngest son Colin is 7 and full of energy and keeps me on my toes.  He loves to play basketball and says he will go to the NBA. I’ve been so lucky to meet the love of my life a year after I moved from Chicago.  Jeremy and I have been together for a very happy nine years