Mike Williams has been practicing law since 1998, after graduating from The John Marshall Law School. Mr. Williams' practice focuses on representing injured victims and their family members. He regularly appears before the Illinois Workers' Compensation Commission in Northern Illinois and Chicago and appears in Federal and Circuit Court across the state.
Mr. Williams has handled a multitude of serious injury claims, including many unfortunate fatal injuries throughout the region, assisting families of the deceased in the pursuit of death benefits. Mr. Williams has successfully negotiated over a million dollars in settlements on behalf of his injured clients.
Additionally, Mr. Williams has been retained by self-insured corporations and insurance companies to defend them in workers' compensation and employment-related matters.
Prior to law school, Mr. Williams attended Beloit College where he played soccer. Mr. Williams served as the team's goalkeeper all four years and was a team captain his junior and senior years.
Mr. Williams, an International Relations and Spanish double major, spent six months in Ecuador where he was enrolled in the Pontifícia Universidad Católica in Quito. Mr. Williams continues to use his fluency in Spanish to assist the firm's Hispanic clients.
Mr. Williams and his wife, Corinna, are life-long residents of the Roscoe-Rockton area, have two children, and are members of St. Peter Church in South Beloit.
Mr. Williams, an avid outdoorsman, has been a member of the Roscoe Sportsman's Club for over 15 years. Over the past 10 years, Mike has served on the Club's Board of Directors.
Mr. Williams, a supporter of Pheasants Forever, has been actively involved in the youth pheasant hunting programs with the Winnebago and Boone County Chapters of Pheasants Forever.
Mr. Williams has become a member of the Natural Land Institute (NLI), a private land conservation group that is dedicated to the acquisition and protection of natural areas, and enjoys volunteering his time with NLI.
Beloit College, Bachelor of Science,
The John Marshall Law School, Chicago, Juris Doctorate, 1998CONTACT INFORMATION