Douglas A. Williams, Attorney
Doug Williams began working for ABES BAUMANN, P.C., in 1994. At that time, he was attending Duquesne University School of Law in the evening and worked as a law clerk at ABES BAUMANN during the day. As a law clerk, Doug wrote briefs to the Pennsylvania Commonwealth and Supreme Courts. After graduating and passing the bar exam in 1996, Doug began working as a law clerk for the Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry, Bureau of Workers' Compensation. In that capacity, he wrote decisions for Workers' Compensation Law Judges.
In 1998, Doug returned to work at ABES BAUMANN as an associate attorney. Since that time he has concentrated his practice in representing claimants in workers' compensation cases, social security cases, and veterans' cases.
Doug is also a member of the Allegheny County Bar Association Workers' Compensation Section.
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