Ward Williams, PLLC is the result of the merger of the two successful law offices of MeLisa J. Williams and Jeff Ward of the Ward Law Firm.  In order to best serve their clients in west Tennessee, the firm maintains offices in Fayette County in Somerville and their Tipton County office in Munford.  Attorneys in the firm are admitted to practice in all courts in Tennessee including the Tennessee Supreme Court and the United States District Courts for the Western, Middle and Eastern Districts of Tennessee and the United States Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit.

Ward Williams, PLLC works everyday to be the most respected law firm in the region. Ward Williams represents both Plaintiffs and Defendants.  The firm represents a number of individuals, businesses and organizations including dentists, physicians and medical facilities across the state, municipalities, construction companies, a regional radio/broadcasting company, residential and commercial builders and developers, candidates for elected office, an international educational foundation and small businesses across the region.

The firm has represented a number of Plaintiffs covering a broad spectrum of legal issues including actions against insurance companies over fire losses, wrongful death claims, personal injury and serious automobile accidents, a suit against a municipality for corruption and retaliation, actions against lending institutions for improper acts, an election contest, and civil rights actions.


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If you have a legal issue, we urge you to contact an attorney directly who can best address your individual situation because there may be important deadlines involved in your claim or rights. If you fail to file suit or take other appropriate action in a timely manner, you may lose permanently some, if not all, of your rights.