William Seegmiller Has a Long Record of Philanthropy

About William Seegmiller

For approximately 35 years, attorney William Seegmiller of Southern California advocated on behalf of individuals who had been injured in accidents. Recognizing that injured individuals were interested in more than just financial compensation, he strove to pursue all possible avenues to justice, whether through pretrial settlements or litigation. Since William Seegmiller himself experienced a serious automobile accident as a young man, he continually drew on this firsthand knowledge to provide his clients with the highest level of service.

Over the course of his career, William Seegmiller regularly took time away from his professional responsibilities to support those less fortunate. In addition to furnishing pro-bono legal services to individuals affected by 9/11, he traveled to northern Mexico to help in building homes for families without adequate housing. In addition, he participated in relief missions to Cuba and Guatemala.

Today, Mr. Seegmiller maintains a commitment to helping others as a regular contributor to the Special Olympics. Also a supporter of education, he helps to sponsor scholarships at Pepperdine University and the Thomas Jefferson School of Law.