Thomas J. Johnson, Q.C. - Odea Earle Injury Lawyers

Thomas J. Johnson, Q.C.

Tom's practice includes injury, civil litigation, employment, administrative, and public utility regulation. He has appeared before all levels of Newfoundland and Labrador Courts and the Supreme Court of Canada. He is active in the community, volunteering his time to minor hockey and acting as the province’s Consumer Advocate on various public utility matters. Tom’s clients soon come to know and benefit from that same fierce advocacy and competitive spirit when they choose him as their representation.

Personal Injury and Other Legal Services

  • Administrative Law
  • Civil Litigation
  • General Practice
  • Labour Law
  • Personal Injury Law
  • Professional Liability Law
  • Regulatory Law


  • Memorial University 1991
    Bachelor of Arts
  • University of New Brunswick 1994
    Bachelor of Laws (Distinction)

Professional Associations

  • Law Society of Newfoundland and Labrador 1995
    Bar Admission
  • The Canadian Bar Association
  • Law Society of Newfoundland and Labrador's Insurance Committee
    Committee Member
  • Queen's Counsel 2014


  • Lieutenant Governor’s Medal for Highest Standing in Graduating Class 1994
    University of New Brunswick Law School

Board Memberships

  • Board of the Northeast Minor Hockey Association
    Executive Member

Personal and Community Involvement

  • Knights of Columbus

Every Single Fight

We can’t stop the hurt. But we can put ourselves between you and the things adding to it.
- Paul Kielly
Paul Kielly suffered a serious neck injury putting his life and livelihood in question. When his insurance company disputed the seriousness of his injury, Paul called us. We took on the case and immediately arranged for an independent medical assessment of Paul’s injury. This changed the direction of Paul’s claim, and we secured the compensation he needed to get on with his rehabilitation and his life.
- Gerard Molloy
Gerard Molloy was injured due to another's negligence resulting in the amputation of a limb and traumatic disruption of his life. With so many medical, rehabilitative and financial repercussions, Gerard needed a tough team to fight his case. We helped Gerard understand his rights and formulated an aggressive action plan that secured the compensation Gerard’s recovery and future demanded.

Contact Thomas J. Johnson, Q.C.

323 Duckworth Street   P.O. Box 5955
St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador
A1C 5X4