William A. White, Esq.

Associate Attorney

William A. White, Esq., is an Associate Attorney in his first year of practice with a diverse range of legal expertise to the firm, specializing in Personal Injury, Worker’s Compensation, Criminal Law, and Family Law. After graduating from California State University of Long Beach for his undergraduate studies and obtaining his law degree from Western State College of Law, William is a dedicated legal professional.  

A member of the Hispanic National Bar Association, William has achieved notable successes throughout his career. In Criminal Law, he tirelessly fought against corrupt officers to secure the release of clients, emphasizing justice over abuse of power. In Family Law, William facilitated amicable child custody agreements, contributing to the resolution of post-divorce conflicts. In Personal Injury, he has consistently stood against insurance corporations, ensuring fair settlements, and obtaining a significant $1 million settlement in a rideshare claim early in his career.  

William’s legal philosophy is rooted in his commitment to standing up for the rights of his clients, confidently taking on seasoned attorneys. Fluent in English, Spanish, and American Sign Language, he prioritizes effective communication to serve a diverse clientele. Motivated by personal experiences of injustice and discrimination, William became an attorney to be a voice for those who need representation.  

Beyond the courtroom, William enjoys surfing, stock trading, running half-marathons, and working on his Mustang. Actively involved in pro bono work and networking, he contributes to his community. William encapsulates his belief in redemption and the transformative power of legal advocacy through his motto:   

“Your past does not define you. It was a lesson, not a life sentence”  

Clients can trust William A. White to bring passion, heart, and distinctive knowledge to every case, ensuring comprehensive and effective representation to secure maximum compensation for his deserving clients.