Pennsylvania Environmental Lawyers | Super Lawyers 2018

Gerald J. Williams Named Super Lawyers for 2018

Pennsylvania Environmental Lawyers celebrate Gerald J. Williams being named Super Lawyer for 2018. The law firm of Williams Cedar is pleased to announce that Attorney Gerald J. Williams, co-founder and partner of the firm, was named a Super Lawyer for 2018. Super Lawyers bestows this honor on outstanding lawyers throughout the 50 states and Washington, D.C. each year to recognize their achievements in the legal profession.

Independent research, peer nominations and evaluations encompass the patented selection process, and each nominee is rated by 12 benchmarks of peer recognition and professional achievements.

Introduction to our Super Lawyer

Gerald J. Williams was designated a Top-Rated Environmental Litigation Attorney in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania for 2018. Mr. Williams has received the Super Lawyers honor in each year since 2006. Since the early 1980s, when he established his first law practice, he has been accorded high honors for his work in environmental litigation, civil rights, class action/mass torts, child abuse, workplace safety, and whistleblower cases.

Mr. Williams has secured significant recoveries for his clients, including successful verdicts in cases like Merry vs. Westinghouse, which helped establish the remedy of medical monitoring under Pennsylvania law, and Palinkas v. Petro, which resulted in the largest award for a domestic oil spill in Pennsylvania history. He has received the Martindale-Hubbell “AV-Preeminent” peer-review rating, which is the highest a lawyer can receive.

The team of trial lawyers at Williams Cedar fight for their clients’ rights and work to ensure the just treatment of individuals throughout the community in environmental toxic tort, civil rights, personal injury, and other complex litigation. For more information, contact the law firm at 215-557-0099 or visit their website at With offices in Philadelphia and Cherry Hill, New Jersey, the firm serves clients in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and throughout the nation.