Litigation Defense For Small And Medium-Sized Businesses
At the Williamson Law Firm, we represent small to medium-sized businesses in a variety of business disputes and litigation matters. If you are a business owner that is involved in a business dispute or has been sued, call us to discuss your legal situation. We can assist you in any of the following matters:
- Breach of contract;
- Commercial litigation;
- Partnership disputes;
- Business fraud; and
- Insurance disputes.
Legal disputes are a fact of life in today’s economic environment. The Williamson Law Firm partners with you in navigating your business through this inevitable challenge. Whether you are prosecuting claims to enforce your rights or defending against claims brought against you, we will work with you to formulate, and then implement, a litigation strategy designed to protect your business interests and achieve your business goals. It is sad to say but true – too many lawyers put their own financial interests ahead of their Clients by billing unnecessarily and driving up the cost of litigation. At the Williamson Law Firm, we understand that a lawsuit can put everything you’ve worked for at risk. For this reason, we are dedicated to finding the best solutions for our Clients’ legal problems, while reducing their financial burden and shortening the time it takes to resolve their case. We are responsive. We promptly return phone calls. We never forget that we work for YOU!
First and foremost, we are Trial lawyers. We know how to marshal evidence and present your strongest position in pre-litigation negotiations. If a satisfactory resolution cannot be reached, we have the experience to represent you aggressively and effectively in the courtroom and before appellate courts. Because of our more than 38 years of experience in presenting cases to judges, juries and arbitrators, we know how to conduct pretrial discovery effectively and efficiently with a single goal in mind—to obtain a favorable result as quickly as possible. If a trial becomes necessary, we have a proven track record of securing favorable verdicts for our clients.
Why You Need the Williamson Law Firm.
Litigation can be a rough and tumble world. For this reason, you need attorneys on your side who will not back down but aggressively fight to protect your interests. At the Williamson Law Firm, we have decades of litigation experience which makes a tremendous difference to our clients. We have fought some of the largest law firms in the United States and won. Our extensive experience includes handling civil matters in both state and federal trial and appellate courts as well as in arbitrations, mediations, and other alternative dispute resolution (ADR) forums. We are proud members of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA), a prestigious organization which limits its members to the most-seasoned trial lawyers.
We’re sensitive to your needs. We’re committed to developing long-term relationships with our clients through thoughtful and innovative representation. We pursue litigation when it is necessary and appropriate and do not file lawsuits for vindictive or frivolous purposes. Whether you are considering filing a lawsuit or have been recently sued, we will first give you a direct and realistic assessment of your position before the litigation process gains momentum. And because we’re sensitive to the limits on your time and financial resources, we will evaluate and discuss the possibility of seeking an early resolution of your dispute through pretrial motions, an ADR method, or favorable settlement. When litigation becomes unavoidable, our trial lawyers are uniquely qualified to provide our clients with comprehensive, yet cost-effective representation – services upon which the Williamson Law Firm has built its well-earned reputation.
We’ll help you avoid future disputes. We’re committed to helping you prevent litigation and business disputes from arising in the future. As such, we will educate you on how to, among other things, properly draft and negotiate agreements to eliminate if possible or, at least, limit your litigation exposure.