Bill V. Seiller is the senior litigation partner in Seiller Waterman LLC. Although he is now devoting his full time to litigation, Bill has experience in many areas of law, including land use, labor, and family law. In the course of his practice, he has obtained appellate decisions which have established Kentucky precedents in divorce, land use, workers' compensation, personal injury, and contract law. A native of Louisville, he received his undergraduate degree from the College of Commerce at the University of Kentucky, his law degree from the University of Illinois, and he attended graduate school at the University of Louisville School of Business. He is a member of the American, Kentucky and Louisville Bar Associations, the American Association for Justice, Municipal Attorneys League, and the Kentucky Justice Association.
Bill has been active with numerous civic and charitable organizations his entire career. He currently serves on the Legal Aid Society Board of Directors, and as a volunteer member on two committees at the Veterans Administration Hospital.
Bill V. Seiller is a civil litigator who has practiced in both State and Federal Courts for over 50 years. Bill continues to maintain an active practice in tort, commercial, zoning and diverse litigation. For several years, Bill has been a frequent presenter at CLE seminars.