Awards and Honors
AV Preeminent - Martindale Hubbell - Best Rating Possible
Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum
AVVO Top Rated Personal Injury Attorney, 10 of 10
ATLA Top 100 Trial Lawyers
Lawyers.com - Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 - Top Rating Possible
Accident Lawyer Hawaii -
Honolulu Personal Injury Attorney Bill Lawson
you or someone you love has been seriously injured in an accident, here at
Accident Lawyer Hawaii we'll
help you get your life back together again.
Top Personal Injury Attorney Bill Lawson
concentrates in handling serious personal injury and death claims.
With qualifications that are Top Rated by Martindale Hubbell, AVVO
and Lawyers.com, over 30 years of experience, and
multi-million dollar jury verdicts at trial, our clients and peers have told us
that we are one of the best personal injury law firms in the State of Hawaii.
provide free 'no obligation' initial consultations
to evaluate critical injury and wrongful death cases. Our
fees are generally contingency fees, meaning that
we do not charge any attorneys' fees unless we recover for you -
in short "No recovery--No fee".
To contact us for
a free initial consultation about your claims:
1. Please call our New Client Hotline at 808-524-5300, (2) our Waipahu, Aiea and Pearl City number at 808-671-7600 or (3) our main office number at 808-528-2525.
2. Or if you prefer email, then please fill out the following form, including your correct contact information and the date of your accident, and then submit it. Since e-mail is not 100% reliable, please follow up with direct phone contact for all time-critical communications.
Please submit your email after you are done composing it and we will do our best to contact you as soon as possible. Thank you for permitting us to be of assistance!
Accident Lawyer Hawaii
William H. Lawson, Esq.
1188 Bishop St. Suite 2902
Honolulu, HI 96813
New client hotline:
Pearl City, Aiea and Waipahu:
Main business phone:
Recent Personal Injury and Car Accident News
The Island State is breathing a sigh of relief that months of failed negotiations
between west coast dock workers (the ILWU) and the vessel and terminal operators (the Pacific Maritime Association)
have finally come to an end. The 2/20/15 pact which reinstated 'normal' operations at many western ports is of
particular importance to the people of Hawaii since we rely in large part on shipping for the health of our economy.
But the ports of the western U.S. had a lot at stake also. They saw container moves drop up to 39%
during November and December 2014 as west coast ocean shipping was diverted to the east coast and to freight forwarders.
Both sides do well to remember that unreliable shipping operations can cause the geese that
lay their golden eggs to migrate to other habitats.