Attorney William C. Cremins has represented clients in Tennessee since 1984. He restricts his practice to three major areas of the law: personal injury cases, including those that involve car, motorcycle, and truck accidents; injuries that occur on the job; and family law matters including, but not limited to, divorce, child custody, and alimony.
Suffering an injury, losing a loved one, or dealing with the end of a marriage can be an extremely trying time for you. William C. Cremins helps clients make the hard decisions while ensuring protection of their rights.
William C. Cremins is an invited member of The Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum, a prestigious lawyers’ organization with a membership restricted to lawyers who have, as the name implies, obtained very significant verdicts and settlements.
The University of Missouri-Columbia School of Journalism selected William C. Cremins for its Profiles in Success, with such notables as Elizabeth Vargas and other prominent alumni.
The Association for Justice conferred the Advocate recognition upon William C. Cremins.
The Volunteer Legal Assistance Program and The Knoxville Bar Association bestowed the Pro Bono Award upon William C. Cremins, for representation of multiple indigent clients (without charge) when they otherwise would not be able to retain counsel.
William C. Cremins was elected or appointed to various officer positions as a board member of The Florence Crittenton Agency, including various committee chairs, vice president and president during his 13 years board service.
He has also been a board member of the American Constitutional Society Knoxville Lawyers Chapter Board of Directors since 2017 and Chair in 2018.
William C. Cremins coached little league baseball, soccer, and football for a combined 11-year period in the Knox County community.