Mr. Williams has over 20 years of civil trial experience. He is a member of the professional negligence and general liability practice groups. Mr. Williams focuses his practice in the areas of medical malpractice, commercial litigation, and product liability matters. In addition, Mr. Williams has extensive experience in construction defect claims involving catastrophic losses. As a former city attorney, Mr. Williams has handled numerous zoning and land use cases as well as government employment matters and civil rights litigation.
Mr. Williams is married to Camilla Camp Williams, an intellectual property attorney, and they have two daughters.
Mr. Williams represents physicians, hospitals, and other healthcare workers in medical malpractice lawsuits. Most recently he has obtained favorable results for two nurses in a wrongful death action, and obtain favorable results for physician in several recent medical malpractice cases.
J.D. Georgia State University College of Law, Atlanta, GA 1987
B.A. University of Georgia, Athens, GA 1984
A.S. Young Harris College, Young Harris, GA 1982
BIM Technology: Assessing Your Legal Risks, The Georgia Contractor May/June 2010
Taking the LEED in Litigation: Predictions and Protections, The Georgia Contractor March/April 2011
New Considerations for Joint Venture Agreements, The Georgia Contractor May/June 2011
Contract Negotiations: An Indemnity Tug-of-War, The Georgia Contractor September/October 2011