William Wicks concentrates his practice on transportation law with an emphasis on Longshore and Harbor Workers' Compensation and admiralty matters. He has defended these claims from inception to resolution in all of Florida's district courts and on to the appellate level.
William represents stevedoring companies and other maritime entities in claims involving personal and catastrophic injury. With ample experience in this area, William is well-versed in the federal statues of the Longshore and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act. He regularly practices before the U.S. Department of Labor, the Office of Administrative Law and the Benefits Review Board. Additionally, William represents his clients in OSHA matters, where he works to reduce or set aside penalties and help his clients avoid serious citations.
Additionally, William defends freight shipping and logistics companies in general liability and trucking litigation involving the transportation and damage of cargo. He also has experience as senior trial counsel for multiple clients in the areas of motor vehicle accidents, insurance defense, premises liability, product liability and construction litigation. He is a certified mediator in the State of Florida.
Apart from his practice, William dedicates his time to various professional organizations and serves on the board of directors at Florida Christian School in Miami. He is also the President of the Miami Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution.