Legal Help for Car Accidents, Trucking Accidents, Medical Malpractice, and More
Whether it is settling claims or filing lawsuits, Williams and Brown is a top source of legal advice and expertise in multiple fields servicing the good people of Round Rock, Texas. Our firm is a top law firm that handles the following cases:
Why Should You Choose Our Law Firm to Represent You in Round Rock
We are Board Certified Specialists in Personal Injury Trial Law. A Board Certification means that an attorney has practiced long enough and has enough significant trials to even take the test to be certified. The test you take to be certified recognizes a special level of competence in the field you are certified in. Approximately only ten percent of attorneys are board certified in Texas. We have earned that distinction, and continue to maintain those certifications because we are proud of the work we do. The results we get for our clients matter.
We recommend you take the time to meet with multiple lawyers and find the one you truly believe will best represent you practicing in and around Round Rock, Texas. At Williams & Brown we believe that you should choose an attorney based on their qualifications, specializations, and their previous case results.
If you have suffered from a terrible injury in a serious car accident or trucking accident, contact the law office of Williams & Brown LLP. We pursue aggressive legal representation to hold those who have hurt you accountable.
What a Round Rock Attorney Expects from You as a Client
Your attorney wants to help you and took your case to champion your cause. For them to be able to do this they need you to be completely open with them after establishing attorney-client privilege. This information is important to know exactly how to approach your individual case, and a lawyer needs to know the bad and good of what has happened to you. You should feel entirely comfortable with your lawyer and have an open atmosphere with them.
The above information does not constitute legal advice, and doesn’t establish an attorney-client privilege. Be careful when you contact an attorney that you establish that legal relationship first. We would love to help you out.