William Jarrett

William Jarrett - Buzzell, Graham, and WelshContact

Telephone: 478.217.2072
Fax: 478.742.3088
E-mail: wjarrett@bgwlaw.com

A Middle Georgia native, Mr. Jarrett grew up in Warner Robins and returned home after attending law school in Florida. He was admitted to the practice of law in 2013 and he started his legal career in real estate, helping clients across Georgia to close real estate transactions. “While I enjoyed the interactions, I wanted to spend more time building relationships and really making a difference in the lives of my clients,” Mr. Jarrett commented. “That wasn’t possible in that area of real estate, so I decided to make a change.”

While looking at a number of law other firms in Macon and Atlanta, Mr. Jarrett was contacted by a partner at Buzzell, Graham & Welsh. He immediately recognized that personal injury law was the right decision and that joining the esteemed ranks of BGW was a once-in- a-lifetime opportunity.

Clients find Mr. Jarrett to be warm and approachable, and they appreciate the way he translates complex legal information into a language that they can easily understand. “Many of my clients are going through a very rough and emotional time in their lives,” Mr. Jarrett added. “I try to keep their spirits up, and I do my best to keep the legal process from becoming too overwhelming.” Mr. Jarrett specializes in serious personal injury cases, including cases involving automobile accidents, trucking accidents, workplace injuries, wrongful death claims, and insurance coverage disputes.

When he is not practicing law, Mr. Jarrett enjoys a variety of indoor and outdoor activities, including sport shooting, traveling, home brewing, and being a devoted movie buff – ask him anything about Blade Runner! He’s an avid fan of Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets football, and also enjoys watching the Falcons and the Braves.

Memberships

  • State Bar of Georgia – Young Lawyers Division

Education

  • B.A., History, Georgia State University (2009)
  • J.D., Florida Coastal School of Law (2013)