Award-Winning Attorney in Bucks County
Experienced Bucks County attorney, Keith J. Williams, Esq., is dedicated to defending and protecting the rights of his clients. For over 30 years, attorney Keith J. Williams has been providing expert legal services in matters of Criminal Defense, DUI Defense, Juvenile Defense, Personal Injury, Traffic Violations and Unemployment Compensation disputes and appeals.
Defending and Protecting Your Rights When You’re Charged with a Crime
If criminal charges threaten you or your family, you need an experienced Bucks County Criminal Defense attorney by your side. Whether you are an adult or a juvenile and regardless of the charges, you have constitutional rights and they must be protected. Bucks County Criminal Defense attorney, Keith J. Williams will determine if your constitutional rights were violated, respond accordingly and work to defend you against the serious consequences you may be facing. As your lawyer, Keith J. Williams will determine if you were wrongfully stopped by the police, illegally searched, unjustly accused or if your statement was improperly obtained. Your rights are worth protecting! Contact Bucks County attorney Keith J. Williams early for award-winning criminal defense and to be sure your constitutional rights are protected.
Protecting the Rights of the Injured in Bucks County
If you’ve been injured in an accident or due to the negligence of others you have the legal right to pursue compensation for your injuries. Bucks County Personal Injury attorney Keith J. Williams has an outstanding record of obtaining maximum compensation for injuries and damages as well as present and future pain and suffering for his clients. While you focus on your recovery, Keith J. Williams Law will aggressively pursue justice on your behalf. The insurance companies have attorneys. Make sure you have one too! Preserve your right to compensation with Bucks County Personal Injury attorney Keith J. Williams.
Defending and Protecting Your Rights in Bucks County Unemployment Compensation Benefit Disputes & Appeals
There are two reasons an employee can be denied unemployment compensation benefits: either the employee voluntarily quit or the employee was terminated due to “willful misconduct.” If you’ve been denied PA UC benefits, you have the right to appeal. Likewise, if you are an employer, you have the right to contest an employee’s claim. Bucks County PA UC lawyer Keith J. Williams can help determine whether employees were terminated for cause, justifiable cause or without cause, and will fight for the rights of parties on either side of the dispute.