Client TestimonialsClients Always Come First

Satisfied clients make for a successful attorney. For John Messina, clients always come first. When settling or litigating a case, their needs come above all else. Below you’ll find testimonials from clients John has helped.

“At the age of 21, I was involved in a highway accident with a power line that resulted in the amputation of my left arm and both of my legs. I struggled with the loss of my limbs, the loss of my job, and the loss of dreams. I had resigned myself to accept the fate of my accident. John Messina helped me realize that accidents don’t just happen. There is always a cause. John took my cause. He helped me see my situation from a more optimistic perspective. John fought and won a favorable settlement against the power company. That settlement has helped me to have a full life. I have since married, raised three children, and shared my story all across America and around the world. And I led my family from Seattle to the Statue of Liberty…on bicycles. I pedaled a handcycle with one arm.

 John Messina used his gifted skills as a trial lawyer to make a huge difference in my life.”

Bob Mortimer
Author, Motivational Speaker, Bob Mortimer Motivational Ministries

“After a very traumatic and life changing car accident, our family is able to move forward with a positive outlook on life thanks to John Messina.  Before obtaining a successful settlement, Mr. Messina was with us every step of the way, hiring the very best medical experts, negotiating and resolving issues along the way while giving us a tremendous amount of support when we needed it the most.  John made it apparent that he is not hesitant to go to trial if need be which adds to his success in obtaining a fair settlement without delay.”
Damon DeRosa

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