PHILADELPHIA, Pa. (PRWEB) August 13, 2018
Mr. Williams, co-founder of the firm, has served as a passionate advocate for his clients for more than three decades. He focuses his practice primarily on environmental toxic tort cases, whistleblower claims, civil rights violations, and complex personal injury cases. Mr. Williams has received an “AV Preeminent” rating, the highest given, from legal publisher Martindale-Hubbell. He has also been honored as a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer for environmental litigation every year since 2006. He has secured significant verdicts and settlements in many courts.
Associate Shauna Friedman joined Williams Cedar in 2017 after graduating from Rutgers Law School with honors. Prior to that, Ms. Friedman served as a paralegal for the Cedar Law Firm, working closely with attorneys in the Paulsboro, New Jersey train derailment litigation in which the firm represented more than 1,800 residents and first responders who were affected by a vinyl chloride chemical spill. Ms. Friedman also assisted in several other high-profile cases. She received her Masters’ Degree from Stockton University in Criminal Justice (summa cum laude) with a concentration in Forensic Psychology.
The legal team at Williams Cedar has recovered nearly half a billion dollars for the personal, civil, and consumer rights of clients throughout New Jersey and Pennsylvania. The firm represents only victims – never corporations or insurance companies. It provides powerful, compassionate, responsive advocacy for victims in personal injury cases, civil rights matters, insurance contract claims, product liability, medical malpractice, whistleblower protection, wage and hour claims, and environmental and toxic torts cases – always striving for maximum financial compensation.
If you need representation, please call the legal team at Williams Cedar at 215-557-0099 or visit the firm’s website at https://www.williamscedar.com/. The firm has offices in Haddonfield, New Jersey and Philadelphia, where they represent clients throughout the region and nation.
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