William J. Bribriesco
William “Bill” was born and raised in Davenport and later moved to Bettendorf.
Bill attended Davenport Central where he was a member of the high school wrestling team.
After graduating from Davenport Central High School, Bill attended the University of Iowa where he double majored in Finance and Financial Economics. While a student in the College of Business, Bill interned as a bank examiner with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC). Bill graduated with honors from the University of Iowa College of Business, receiving a Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.).
Bill attended the University of Iowa College of Law. Bill interned with the Iowa Attorney General’s Office (Tort Claim Division) while attending Law School. While in law school, Bill was a member of the Chicano Association for Legal Education, (CHALE). In 1980 Bill graduated with a Juris Doctorate (J.D.) from the University of Iowa, College of Law.
Bill served as an Assistant County Attorney after graduating from law school from 1981 – 1984. After leaving the Scott County Attorney’s Office, Bill began a general practice of law. Bill now specializes in the areas of Personal Injury, Nursing Home Negligence, and Medical Malpractice. Bill is bilingual. Bill has dedicated over 35 years in representing victims and their family, who have been injured due to the fault of others.
Bill served on the Board of Governors for the Iowa Association for Justice. Bill has been a speaker several times at the annual convention for the Iowa Association for Justice.
Bill is the father of three sons and the proud grandfather of seven grandchildren. With three active sons participating in sports, Bill obtained his coaching certificate and over the years enjoyed coaching wrestling, football, and baseball. Bill enjoys watching football, baseball and college wrestling. Bills favorite teams are the Chicago Bears, Chicago Cubs, Iowa Hawkeyes and the Bettendorf Bulldogs.
Bill enjoys practicing law with his sons Anthony and Andrew.
Areas of Specialty Include
- Representing injured workers who were denied workers’ compensation benefit in bad faith
- Representing injured workers who were wrongfully fired
- Representing loved ones who were abused or neglected by nursing homes, assisted living facilities, or skilled nursing facilities
- People who were injured in a crash