Bill graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree magna cum laude in Philosophy from the Pennsylvania State University in 1996. He attended the Temple University School of Law on a full academic scholarship. He graduated cum laude in 2000.
Bill began his legal career as an Assistant District Attorney with the Nassau County District Attorney’s Office where he successfully prosecuted hundreds of criminal defendants.
After leaving the District Attorney’s Office, Bill began practicing in the field of personal injury law and represented clients and tried cases in all of the courts of New York City and Long Island.
After living in New York City for years, Bill moved to the Hudson Valley in 2010 when he became the Managing Attorney at a law firm devoted solely to the representation of injured clients. In that position, Bill oversaw a significant caseload and won millions of dollars for his clients.
Having been the victim of medical malpractice as a child, Bill has a deep commitment to insuring that his clients receive the maximum compensation to which they are entitled and the type of personal, hands-on attention they deserve.
Bill is admitted to practice in the courts of New York and California.
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