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After practicing for nearly twenty years in the Washington, D.C./Northern Virginia area, Walt Williams joined Stafford Owens in an “of counsel” position in September 2014. His legal practice focuses on civil litigation in state and federal courts.
Mr. Williams has broad experience in insurance matters, personal injury defense, and commercial litigation in areas including medical malpractice, products liability, premises liability, construction, insurance coverage, intellectual property, and contract disputes, as well as life, health, disability, and Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) matters. His experience ranges from basic two-party cases to responsibility for complex, multi-district litigation. While he has represented primarily insurance companies and businesses in litigation since entering practice in 1995, his two decades of experience in personal injury litigation puts him in a unique position to represent plaintiffs in those cases as well.
With its broad range of legal services, expertise, and community involvement, he has found Stafford Owens to be a platform for both professional and personal growth.
Mr. Williams graduated from Colgate University in 1989 and from The George Washington University, National Law Center in 1995, with honors.
State and federal courts in New York, Virginia, the District of Columbia, and Maryland; Fourth Circuit.