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William C. Trosch

William C. Trosch

Practice areas:

Litigation, Estate Planning, Wrongful Death, Workers Compensation, Personal Injury, Employment & Labor

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About Me

A Charlotte native, Bill is married and the father of three children. Along with his brothers, Bill is the third generation of attorneys to practice in his family’s law firm. He is the grandson of the late T.C. Conrad, the son of Lou and Minette Trosch, and the brother of Eric Trosch and the Honorable District Court Judge Louis A. Trosch, Jr. (all of whom are lawyers)


 


Bill was one of the plaintiff’s attorneys in two cases that represented the largest settlements and verdicts in the State of North Carolina in the years that they were resolved.  While in law school, Bill was a member of the North Carolina Law Review. He was author of an article published in the Law Review that has been referenced by numerous publications and courts including Ohio’s Supreme Court.


 


Bill was recently an Associate Member of the Graduate Faculty of UNC Charlotte and has taught a negotiations class for the MBA Program at the Belk College of Business. He has lectured at numerous seminars for lawyers and paralegals. 


 


Bill Trosch heads the Litigation Department and is managing partner in Conrad Trosch & Kemmy. He concentrates much of his effort on the firm’s civil and criminal litigation and appeals, while maintaining a general practice.


 

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Practice Areas

Licensed since 1993

  1. Litigation: 26%
    22 years
  2. Workers Compensation: 16%
    13 years
  3. Wrongful Death: 16%
    22 years
  4. Estate Planning: 16%
    12 years
  5. Other: 26%
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Payment

Payment Types:

Cash, Check, Credit Card

Attorney Endorsements

4 total 

  • Amanda A. Mingo

    Bill and I worked together on a pedestrian/auto case with very serious injuries and complex liability issues. Bill was tenacious and dedicated and we got a great result for our client. I am glad to have worked with him.

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    Amanda Mingo Personal Injury Attorney
    Relationship: Worked together on matter

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    Bill Trosch tirelessly and aggressively advocates for each and every client. He is well-known as a as a creative problem solver and fearless litigator.

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    Kathleen Clary
    Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community

Contact Info

Conrad Trosch & Kemmy, P.A.

301 S. McDowell Street; Suite 809
Charlotte, NC, 28204

5821 Fairview Road, Suite 405
Charlotte, NC, 28209

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Resume

License
StateStatusAcquiredUpdated
NCActive199307/05/2015

Professional Misconduct

We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
Avvo Contributions
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Awards
Award NameGrantorDate Granted
Top 100 Litigation LawyerAmerican Society of Legal Advocates2014
BV RatedMartindale-Hubbell2013
Honorary Doctor of Public Welfare degreeCarolina Christian Bible College2009
BV RatedMartindale-Hubbell2003
Recognized as an “Advocate of Trial AdvocacyAssociation of Trial Lawyers of AmericaN/A

Work Experience
TitleCompany NameDuration
Associate Member of the Graduate FacultyUNCC2010 - 2013
Managing PartnerConrad Trosch & Kemmy, PA1993 - Present

Associations
Association NamePosition NameDuration
26th Judicial Circuit Bar AssociationMember1993 - Present
North Carolina State BarMember1993 - Present
Mecklenburg County BarMember1993 - Present
North Carolina Bar AssociationMemberN/A
North Carolina Academy of Trial LawyersMemberN/A
Association of Trial Lawyers of AmericaMemberN/A

Legal Cases
Case NameOutcome
Confidential Personal Injury Settlement, involving falling tree branch$10,000,000 present value for 2005 settlement as reported by Lawyers Weekly
Wrongful Death Confidential SettlementSettlement in Excess of $2,500,000

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Publications
Publication NameTitleDate
North Carolina Law ReviewThe Third Generation of Loitering Laws Goes to Court: Do Laws That Criminalize "Loitering With the Intent to Sell Drugs" Pass Constitutional Muster?1993
University of North Carolina, North Carolina CollectionsThe Consumption Tax Alternative: Should North Carolina Replace Its Income Tax with a System Based on Consumption1990

Education
School NameMajorDegreeGraduated
University of North Carolina School of LawLawJD - Juris Doctor1993
University of North Carolina, Chapel HillMathematics, EconomicsBA - Bachelor of Arts1990
University of Bristol, Bristol, EnglandN/AOne-year program with emphasis in Economics,1989

Speaking Engagements
Conference NameTitleDate
National Business InstituteAdvanced Trial Tactics: Effective Exhibits and Courtroom Technology2013
National Business InstituteAdvanced Trial Tactics: Cross Examination and Redirect: Focus on Experts and Evidence2013
Mecklenburg County Bar Continuing Legal EducationNegotiation before Mediation2013
Mecklenburg County Bar Continuing Legal EducationNegotiation Skills and Effective Advocacy During Mediations and Arbitrations, Panel Presentation2013
Mecklenburg County Bar Continuing Legal EducationNegotiation and Mediation: Principles of Negotiation2013
Auto Injury Litigation From Start to FinishMediation of Auto Insurance Cases2012
Auto Injury Litigation From Start to FinishInsurance Coverage Research and Negotiations with the Claims Representatives2012
National Business InstitutePreparing the Plaintiff’s Bodily Injury Case2008
National Business InstituteSettling the Bodily Injury Case2008
Lorman Educational ServicesMediation of Auto Insurance Cases2007
Lorman Educational ServicesMediation of Tort Damages2007
North Carolina Academy of Trial LawyersEffective Use of Legal Assistants and Paralegals2000