Atkins Law Firm | 1931 Bull Street, Suite C, Columbia, SC 29201

William Lorenzo

William Lorenzo is a native of Miami, Florida, and grew up in Covington, Georgia.  William attended college at Georgia Perimeter College for Engineering and Political Science.  William became a resident of the great state of South Carolina in December 2008.

William brings over 14 years of Workers’ Compensation experience to the Atkins Law Firm.  William’s education and experience brings a helpful knowledge that he can share with clients of what to expect during their Workers’ Compensation claim.  He has a passion for helping others in need and it shows every day as he assists clients through the Workers’ Compensation process.  He is also fluent in Spanish and English.

Having grown up in Georgia, William loves sports and being outdoors.  He enjoys fishing, watching sporting events, and spending time with his two little boys.  William also enjoys good music, good stories, and a good laugh.

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Contact us today by email or phone at 803-251-6406 for more information and to schedule your initial consultation.

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