William P. Greubel, III

Biography

William is a trial lawyer who has taken more than 50 cases to verdict before juries in Cook, Will, DuPage and McHenry Counties. William focuses on the defense of professional negligence claims; representing physicians, medical groups, hospitals and other allied healthcare providers in a wide range of complex personal injury and wrongful death matters. 

In addition to his focus on healthcare-related matters, William has also represented large-scale transportation interests in personal injury and wrongful death matters, as well as global insurers in complex environmental contamination and other mass tort coverage disputes. 

William has also been named an Emerging Lawyer by the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin and a Rising Star by Super Lawyers, both of which honor the top 2% of all lawyers under the age of forty.

Practices

Medical Negligence and Healthcare
Pharmaceutical and Medical Device
Insurance
General Trial Practice

Awards

  • Selected for inclusion in Emerging Lawyers by the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, 2015-2018
  • Selected for inclusion in Illinois Super Lawyers - Rising Stars Edition in 2018, 2019

Publications

  • William Greubel, Note: A Comedy of Errors: Defining “Component” in a Global Information Technology Market – Accounting for Innovation by Penalizing the Innovators, 24 J. Marshall J. Computer & Info. L. 507 (Spring 2006)
  • William Greubel, et al., The Twenty-Fifth Annual John Marshall International Moot Court Competition in Information Technology and Privacy Law October 26-28, 2006: Bench Memorandum, 24 J. Marshall J. Computer & Info. L. 673 (Summer 2006)

News

Chicago, Libertyville, St. Louis, January 28, 2019
Illinois Super Lawyers Recognizes 29 Swanson, Martin & Bell, LLP Attorneys
Swanson, Martin & Bell, LLP is proud to have 14 Super Lawyers and 15 Rising Stars in 2019.

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