Mr. Williams was born in The Bronx, New York and raised in Kingston, Jamaica. He returned to the United States to attended Florida Atlantic University where he earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in History. While enrolled at Florida Atlantic University, Mr. Williams distinguished himself academically and as a student leader, serving as the President of the Caribbean Student’s Association, President of the Tau Delta Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc., and Vice President of FAU’s NAACP Chapter.

Mr. Williams earned his Juris Doctorate Degree from Florida International University College of Law. While attending FIU College of Law, Williams served as an executive board member of the Caribbean Student Bar Association, Black Law Students Association, was a Member of the Law School’s Board of Advocates (Trial Team) representing FIU College of Law at several Regional Mock Trial Team Competitions, and was a member of FIU’s winning team in the Justice Association South East Regional Mock Trial Team Competition (Spring 2008).

Mr. Williams began his legal career, first as a Law Clerk and then as an Associate at South Florida’s largest Plaintiff’s Personal Injury Protection law firm. There Mr. Williams honed his litigation skills, representing hundreds of medical providers in thousands of cases involving a myriad of contractual disputes against the nation’s largest insurance carries.

Prior to joining to Groelle & Salmon, Mr. Williams was in private practice where he primarily represented clients wrongfully hurt due to the negligence of others, homeowners in their contractual disputes with Homeowner’s Associations and mortgage lenders, clients in debt collection actions and negotiating structured debt settlement agreements.

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