Williams Law Group, PLLC / Law Offices of Harris B. Williams, PLLC has been representing Gulf South area clients since 1990.
Before 2005 in Pascagoula, Miss., Harris Williams served as past-president of the local Kiwanis Club, a member of the Jackson County Chamber of Commerce, a local church deacon and a co-founding board member of a local school where his children attended.
During those three decades, the firm played an important role in the development of the litigation against the manufacturers of asbestos. As a result of many years of effort, the law firm has been successful in collecting millions of dollars for their clients exposed to asbestos at shipyards and industrial sites in the Gulf South area. The firm has represented nearly three thousand clients with asbestos disease, as well as a large number of shipyard workers who developed hearing loss from exposure to job-related industrial noise exposure. As a result of those early efforts by our firm and other firms working together, area shipyards no longer expose their workers to injurious asbestos and noise exposure has been reduced.
Williams Law Group has enjoyed success for many years as a plaintiffs’ law firm. No matter what the personal injury or death is caused by: car wrecks, injuries on the job, injuries from faulty products, etc., Williams Law Group is prepared to fight to obtain the best possible results for clients.
In addition to mass tort litigation, Harris B. Williams fought BP to protect Gulf area business clients from Florida to Texas from economic harm caused by the 2010 Gulf Oil Spill and worked in Mississippi government to pass laws which provide tax credits for purchase of long-term care insurance and impose triple damages for financial abuse of the elderly.
Whatever your legal concern, our firm with its 30 years of experience is prepared to assist you in finding the best resolution through the complex judicial system.