Your Minnesota Medical Malpractice Lawyer
Bill grew up in rural Iowa where he learned the value of hard work. He worked as a concrete laborer and diesel truck mechanic to pay for college, and in 1987 he graduated from the University of Iowa College of Law where he served as the Editor-in-Chief of the Iowa Law Review.
After law school, Bill clerked for the Honorable Jerome Farris, United States Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit, and then moved to Minneapolis to practice law. Bill worked as a solo practitioner for several years before joining Robins Kaplan. In 2014 he left his position as an equity partner at that firm to return to his roots as a solo practitioner. Bill enjoys working closely with his clients and prides himself on making himself readily available to them to answer all questions.
Bill has practiced law for over 30 years and devotes 100% of his practice to helping those harmed by medical malpractice. Bill has lectured and published on medical malpractice issues and has been cited in national media for his efforts to assure that hospitals are held legally responsible when they grant privileges to unsafe doctors and patients are harmed.
Bill lives in South Minneapolis with his family. He is a loyal fan of the Iowa Hawkeyes and enjoys fishing for walleye and playing golf in his spare time.