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Attorney Grace Johnson handles personal injury cases for Craig Swapp & Associates — including vehicular accidents involving automobiles, public transportation, pedestrians, bicycles, commercial trucks, and motorcycles. She also handles a wide range of injury cases, such as wrongful death, dog bites, slip and falls, premises liability, and almost any other injury case.

Grace graduated from Brigham Young University with a Bachelor of Science degree before completing her Juris Doctorate at the J. Reuben Clark School of Law. While in law school, Grace had the opportunity to compete and win several distinguished Trial Advocacy and Negotiation competitions across the country. The university faculty also awarded Grace a fellowship at the Center for Peace and Conflict Resolution. As a fellow, Grace gained significant experience acting as a negotiator, mediator, and arbitrator for university and local community conflicts. In addition to her fellowship, Grace volunteered as a mediator for Utah and Salt Lake County courts.

After graduation, Grace was an attorney at a local firm focused on medical malpractice, wrongful death, and personal injury. Now a part of Craig Swapp and Associates, Grace handles every aspect of an injury case, from pre-litigation to litigation. She is passionate about representing her clients and strives to help them understand the legal process while aggressively pursuing a just and fair resolution.

In her spare time, Grace enjoys playing golf and board games, watching movies and formula one races, managing her fantasy baseball team, and spending time with friends and family.