Williams Legal is a personal injury and litigation law firm in Mountlake Terrace, Washington. Our client first approach means that we will meet clients at a location that best suits them, whether it is Everett, Marysville or points North and South. We represent clients injured in car accidents, motorcycle accidents, truck accidents, burn accidents, products liability accidents, premises liability accidents, dog bite attacks, as well as in other accidents resulting in serious catastrophic injuries, including spinal cord injuries, back injuries, and traumatic brain injuries. Williams Legal offers effective quality legal representation to all of our clients, and we have the resources, experts, experience, and technology to successfully take on both large and small cases.
We Know Our Clients the Way We Know Our Cases
We only represent a select number of clients at a time because we want to know our clients the way we know their cases. You won't get handed off to an army of attorneys and paralegals at Williams Legal. Attorney John M. Williams will handle your case until its successful resolution. Williams Legal represents many personal injury and insurance law clients throughout the Entire Puget Sound Area, with many clients in King County and Snohomish County, Washington, including Seattle, Lake Forest Park, Woodinville, Bothell, Snohomish, Lake Stevens, Monroe, Edmonds, Everett, Lynwood, Marysville, Mill Creek, and Mountlake Terrace.
From day one, Attorney John Williams will begin proactively preparing your case as if it were going to trial—even as he continues to work toward negotiating a settlement that covers your loss and damages. Our excellent track record, which includes significant results, including settlements in the multimillion-dollar range, confirms our ability to get great results.
Dedicated to Maximizing Your Financial Recovery
In addition to his years of experience working as a successful personal injury attorney, Mr. Williams has worked as a claims adjuster for large insurance companies. He understands the constraints and obligations that these companies are under and how to work around them, and at times, with them to increase the likelihood of a successful resolution. He knows how to present your claim in a manner that will maximize your settlement outcome. He also knows when an insurer has acted in bad faith and when an additional claim can be brought against them.
Because he is a former insurance industry insider, he knows how to work with insurance company adjusters and attorneys, to obtain the best outcome possible. Mr. Williams will not hesitate to litigate your personal injury case if that is what is warranted to ensure that you receive the maximum financial recovery that can be obtained from the negligent party. Trial is a necessary aspect of personal injury law, and Mr. Williams believes that if you call yourself a trial lawyer, well, you should actually go to trial. Mr. Williams tries cases and the insurance companies know that.
We want to make sure that you receive the compensation you deserve. We want you to feel very satisfied with the outcome of your case and your experience of having Williams Legal as your personal injury representation.
Our Mountlake Terrace, Washington law offices are conveniently located just off I-5 at the 220th St. S.W exit, 179. Mr. Williams is also available for after hours consultations.
Attorney Williams works on a contingency fee basis, which means that you will only pay for his services if he wins your case. Your first consultation with Mr. Williams is free. And in keeping with Mr. Williams client first approach, he can meet with you at a location and time that is convenient for you.
To schedule your free consultation in Washington with Personal Injury Attorney John M. Williams, call Williams Legal at (844) 398-4472 or contact us online.
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