Mark B. Williamson is a personal injury lawyer who focuses his law practice on the representation of individuals who have been seriously injured or damaged as a result of automobile collisions, trucking accidents, motorcycle crashes, fall injuries, workplace injuries and catastrophic loss. With over 20 years of experience in personal injury law, Mr. Williamson provides representation to innocent victims harmed by the negligence and reckless conduct of others. Mark believes that client engagement in the process is essential to a successful outcome, and he is committed to maintaining a high level of communication with his clients by keeping them up to date on any new developments and consulting his clients regularly. His goal is to help people who have been injured through no fault of their own to obtain the compensation they deserve for lost income, medical bills, permanent injury, disability and pain and suffering. Through his many years of specializing exclusively in personal injury claims, Mark has accumulated the skills, knowledge and expertise necessary to maximize your recovery and provide the highly personalized care you deserve. He understands that you and your family are suffering not only physical injuries but emotional distress, mental anguish and financial damages, and he will ensure your recovery reflects the true value of your damages.
Attorney Williamson is an honor graduate of The Citadel in Charleston, SC, and he attended law school at Georgia State University College of Law in Atlanta, GA where he also graduated with honors. Mark has been licensed to practice law in the State of Georgia since 1997. As an experienced and aggressive advocate for his clients, Mr. Williamson is readily available to help you and your family navigate the legal system and coordinate insurance benefits in order to maximize your recovery and secure the compensation to handle the challenges that accompany your injury or catastrophic loss. He has a special passion for helping victims of negligence and takes a personal interest in seeing that justice is served.