Mr. Ford is the owner and principal attorney at the Law Offices of Bill Ford located in San Francisco, California. Mr. Ford is an AV® Preeminent™ rated attorney and the Law Offices of Bill Ford is a State of California DGS Certified Small Business (#1802469) specializing in providing exceptional litigation services to its public entity clients at a very affordable rate.
With over 25 years of litigation experience, Mr. Ford is able to successfully prosecute cases on behalf of, and defend governmental entities. With offices located in San Francisco, San Rafael and Los Angeles, California, Mr. Ford has represented civil cases throughout California, including casualty, personal injury, wrongful death, premises liability, property damage, employment, landlord-tenant, construction defect, civil rights, business torts, breach of contract, and a variety of general civil and business litigation cases. Mr. Ford has successfully handled approximately 25 trials, including 15 bench trials and 10 jury trials. Mr. Ford was the former Assistant General Counsel to the San Francisco Housing Authority and the vast majority of Mr. Ford’s practice is devoted to litigation cases on behalf of governmental entities.
The Law Offices of Bill Ford is an AV® Preeminent™ rated and California DGS Certified Small Business law firm, dedicated to providing exceptional legal services to our governmental entity clients. The firm handles local, state, and federal cases throughout California involving casualty, personal injury, premises liability, landlord-tenant, construction litigation, employment law, real estate litigation, and a variety of other tort and business law cases.
Our firm also offers counseling services to our public entity clients in a variety of matters. Having served as General Counsel for governmental agencies throughout Northern California, Mr. Ford has vast experience in all aspects of municipal, state, and federal law including land use and development, public contracts and procurement, ordinances and statutes, employment matters, open public meeting laws, and the California Public Records Act.