WILLIAM L. KIRIAZIS graduated from the University of Michigan in 1977 and Wayne State University Law School in 1981. In addition to handling a full trial docket, Bill is the co-Managing Shareholder of the firm.
Bill represents design professionals including architects, engineers, and land surveyors in all aspects of their work from contract preparation to litigation. He also represents owners, general contractors, construction managers, and subcontractors in construction related litigation.
Bill's areas of expertise also include aviation litigation. He has handled a number of major air crash cases including Northwest Flight 255 and Comair Flight 3272. He has experience in handling mass tort claims, complex lawsuits and federal court multi-district litigation.
Bill has handled a wide range of cases for a diverse group of clients from individuals to large multi-national corporations. He has tried many civil cases in the Michigan courts and the United States District Court. In addition to trying lawsuits, Bill is an active participant in Alternative Dispute Resolution and serves as a mediator, facilitator and arbitrator.
Mr. Kiriazis has received the "AV" rating, the highest rating recognized by the Martindale Hubbell Peer Review rating system. He has been designated a Super Lawyer in the state of Michigan in the area of Construction Litigation every year since the inception of that program, a process that involves surveys to identify top attorneys.