William Roe was born and raised in Indiana. William graduated from Indiana University with a BA in East Asian Studies and a Minor in Criminal Justice. William received his law degree from St. Thomas University School of Law in Miami, Florida. During Law School, William was a member of the Intercultural Human Rights Law Review, competed on the Mock Trial team and received the “Best Student” award for Professional Responsibility.
Upon graduating law school, William predominately focused his career on property insurance litigation where he represented homeowners and mitigation companies throughout the State of Florida. William briefly went back to Indiana to practice before deciding to return back to Florida. Upon returning to Florida, William worked for a defense firm where he represented and defended insurance companies. William soon realized, however, that his passion was with representing homeowners and mitigation companies.
With William’s extensive knowledge regarding coverage issues and insurance claims, he aggressively pursues insurance companies to settle claims in favor of his clients. William has had a case before the Florida Supreme Court. William is licensed to practice law in both Florida and Indiana.