Sending Email Messages

WLC | The Williams Law Corporation® does not accept unsolicited email messages. Please be advised that even if you send us an email, WLC has not agreed to represent you. Your email is not protected by the attorney-client privilege. Please do not send confidential information via e-mail unless one of our lawyers authorizes you to do so. If you send confidential information and WLC represents a party adverse to you, then WLC must disclose that information to our client and we may use it against you.

Lawyers in our Firm are admitted to practice law only in California, Massachusetts and Washington. If you have a legal issue that relates to another state or country, you should contact a local attorney licensed to practice in your jurisdiction.

If you send an email, WLC undertakes no obligation to express an opinion to you, review any factual circumstances relating to your matter or advise you regarding relevant legal doctrines. Moreover, you should not assume that our decision to accept or decline your case represents an expression regarding the merits of your case. WLC may not respond to an unsolicited email.

WLC suggests that you consult with other counsel regarding your claim as soon as possible since we accept no responsibility to advise or represent you. You need to act quickly because there may be statutes of limitation that would bar any claim you may have. We express no opinion concerning when these statutes of limitation may expire.