Over the course of a law career spanning three and a half decades, William Seegmiller argued for the rights of those injured in accidents. He secured a number of high-profile settlements, including a high-seven-figure compensation for the death of a 7-year-old child in a community pool. William Seegmiller was also one of 1,100 attorneys who served pro bono on behalf of the 9/11 Victims Federal Relief Fund. In recognition of his expertise and his contributions, he received a number of professional honors, including a Top Attorney award from Who's Who.
William Seegmiller has also worked for the benefit of the community at large. Appearing before a group of nationally prominent business leaders at the Global Entrepreneurship Initiative, he spoke against the exploitation of underprivileged workers at the hands of U.S. companies. Asserting his commitment to humane business practices, he urged others to advocate for the dignity of human life over profit.