At Hakim, Toma & Yaldoo, P.C. (“HTY”) our commitment to our employees, clients and to anyone seeking our help after a car accident remains the same during this unprecedented COVID-19 health crisis.
The HTY legal team is actively helping existing and new clients with their car accident cases throughout our 5 offices across Michigan. We have all the technology and resources needed to work remotely on your case, while still ensuring your privacy. If you are a current client, you will be able to communicate with your attorney and your team just as you have in the past.
If you or a loved one has been injured in a car accident and you need help now, call us toll free at (855) 558-8250 for a free phone or video consultation. You can e-mail us anytime at [email protected] or “chat” with us on our website any time of the day.
Please stay safe and healthy. Thank you very much for your patience and trust in our law firm. We remain here for you, and our attorneys and professional staff are working as hard as ever for you now.
HTY Legal Team
Williams was raised in a respectable working-class family in Northern Michigan and graduated from Benzie Central High School in 1989. He went on to serve in the United States Army for eight years, including six months locating and clearing land mines and bunkers after the Gulf War.
After leaving military life, Williams decided to go to law school in San Diego, California, graduating from Thomas Jefferson School of Law in 2004. He resettled in Northern Michigan after law school and has been practicing here for the past 13 years. He has garnered a reputation as a man of the people, who fights relentlessly for his clients. A combination of work ethic and an unwillingness to accept the status quo, has driven the trajectory of Williams’ practice. He believes “There are overwhelming injustices throughout the world, this job allows me to help people combat some of them. The process is both inspirational and defeating” Defeat is not measured in “wins” and “losses”, but rather the fatigue of fighting a system that is often rigged. Williams is not afraid to challenge the authority of the system, having come up against many an obstacle throughout his career.
Although he might prefer a career in professional snowboarding, mountain biking, or other adventure sports, he sticks with law taking on the challenges and obstacles that his client’s face in an adversarial system.
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