Charles G. “Pete” Johnson is an attorney practicing out of the Firm’s office in Bridgeport, West Virginia.
Pete is an accomplished attorney and serviceman, practicing law since 1974 and serving in the United States Army Reserve. He works primarily in litigation, workers’ compensation and real estate, and has worked closely with clients in the oil and gas industry, handling mineral rights, title, lease title examination, and curative work. He also has argued many cases – and even won a few – before the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals. He is one of a dying breed of attorney known as a general practitioner.
Pete entered the U.S. Army Reserve in 1966, and was commissioned as a First Lieutenant, Judge Advocate General Corps in 1970, and retired as a Lieutenant Colonel in 1987. Pete graduated with his B.A. in English and received his law degree from Washington and Lee University. He began his career in law at Johnson and Johnson, a firm established by his father and grandfather.