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West Palm Beach Automobile and Trucking Collisions Lawyer
Among his numerous accomplishments, William obtained the largest wrongful death verdict in Alachua County, Florida, at the time, and has the largest verdict in the history of Sumter County, Florida. In 2011, William obtained a 14 million dollar verdict in a class action suit involving inverse condemnation. William is a graduate of Stetson University College of Law and has served on the school's Board of Overseers.
William is a fourth generation Floridian and Palm Beach County native. His great-grandfather, Henry J. Sterling, was one of the earliest pioneers of southern Palm Beach County and was a founder of the area that later became Delray Beach in the late 1800's. His grandfather, William C. Williams, Jr., was a Senator and surgeon and was one of the founders of Bethesda Memorial Hospital in Boynton Beach. Click here to read a newspaper article about the Sterling family. The Sterling is also featured in a Palm Beach County history publication. His father, William C. Williams, III, was a long-time Circuit Court Judge in Palm Beach County. Williams' family was recently honored with the Fannie James Pioneering Award by the Historical Society of Palm Beach County.
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