William E. Lombardini

San Francisco Personal Injury Attorney William Lombardini

Personal Injury Attorney – Oakland/SF, CA

Email: william.lombardini@TheBarnesFirm.com
(800) 800-0000 Phone

Narrative

William “Bill” Lombardini is a Bay Area native. An active member of the San Francisco Trial Lawyers Association and the Consumer Attorneys of California, Mr. Lombardini received his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from UCLA in 1993 and his law degree from the University of San Francisco in 1997.

Immediately following law school Mr. Lombardini began his law career as an insurance defense attorney, specializing in defending cases involving products liability, premises liability, toxic tort and automobile claims. He found himself personally conflicted serving insurance companies instead of individuals who needed his help so, in 2003, he switched to the plaintiff’s side of litigation. Since that time, he has specialized in representing injured individuals and families who have been hurt or damaged by the negligence of others.

Mr. Lombardini is proud to be a plaintiff’s attorney and feels that he is making a difference in other peoples’ lives. His strong communication skills and ability to engage a jury make him an incredible asset in the court room as does his dedication to helping individuals and families who have been taken advantage of by insurance companies in an often difficult-to-navigate system.

Mr. Lombardini lives with his wife and two young daughters in San Francisco. He spends his free time with his family, attending his daughters’ extracurricular activities whenever possible.  Mr. Lombardini is also a loyal sports fan, cheering for the Niners, Giants, and the Warriors.

Education

  • J.D. – University of San Francisco
  • B.A. – University of California, Los Angeles

Bar Admissions

  • California

Practice Areas

Car Accidents
Serious Injuries
Broken Bones and Fractures
Burn and Scar Injuries
Slip/Trip and Falls
Dog Bites
Spinal Cord Injuries
Bicycle Accidents
Drunk Driving Accidents
Truck Accidents
Traumatic Brain Injuries
Wrongful Death