Healthcare providers, hospital representatives and insurance carriers rely on William Bird to seamlessly and compassionately guide them through complex, sensitive medical malpractice cases.
While in law school William was a member of the New York Real Property Law Journal, the Real Property Law Society, and participated in the Public Interest Center and Nassau County COVID-19 Task Force. He also served in the Securities Arbitration Clinic where he helped to represent under-served investors in securities arbitration claims, including misrepresentation, unsuitability, unauthorized trading, excessive training, and failure to supervise, before the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FIRNA).
Growing up with family members in the medical field, William developed an interest in medicine and a desire to continuously learn about the field. Coupled with his legal experience — which includes working at an insurance defense firm, interning with the Nassau County District Attorney’s Office and a sole practitioner handling elder care, real estate, and trusts and estates, as well as an internship with the legal department of a local high school district — William has cultivated a diverse perspective that gives him an insight into the intricate medical and legal issues his cases involve.