William Farmer is a native Houstonian, born and raised. In 2009, he achieved the rank of Eagle Scout and graduated from Stratford High School. Following high school, William graduated from Texas A&M University with a bachelor’s degree in History and as a member of the Phi Kapa Phi Academic Honor Society. After college, William attended law school at South Texas College of Law Houston. In his time at South Texas, William participated in the school’s top-ranked advocacy program, winning the Best Brief Award at the National Veteran’s Law Moot Court Competition.
William had the privilege of beginning his legal career working as contract attorney to Brant Stogner and Jennifer Stogner. During that time, he gained invaluable experience, working on various multi-million-dollar cases involving catastrophic injuries, wrongful death, explosions, electrocutions, 18-wheelers, premises liability, and garbage trucks. William has been involved in a wide range of cases, spanning from motor vehicle accidents to shootings, thereby honing his skills in all aspects of litigation. When William enters the arena, he brings this experience, his hard work, and his creativity to win the case.
William understands the painful, frustrating situations injured persons and those who have lost loved ones find themselves in following accidents and is committed to obtaining justice and peace for his clients. In a world where people struggle to have their voices heard, William will be your voice and fervently assert your rights on your behalf.