“Our philosophy at HensonFuerst can be summed up in one word—team. I like that we approach every case with a spirit of teamwork.”
Bill Hoyle received his bachelor’s degree in history from the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill in 1965. He then earned his Juris Doctorate in 1968 from the University of North Carolina School of Law. During law school, Bill won numerous awards and served on the Holderness Moot Court Bench. Bill has more than 40 years of trial experience and has tried many personal injury cases in the North Carolina Superior and District Courts for workers’ compensation, Social Security Disability, and corporate disputes. He also has served as an arbitrator in numerous civil Superior Court cases and appeared several times before the North Carolina Supreme Court.
I could never make a living representing insurance companies. I’m personally bothered by the harm big corporations cause personal injury victims by denying their insurance claims and health coverage. As a lawyer, I’m the happiest when I can level the playing field.
I didn’t grow up wanting to be a lawyer. In fact, I came very close to becoming a minister. My desire to become a lawyer started when I was in the Army and became a court martial court reporter. I had the privilege of watching a Second Lieutenant take on a very contentious case and win it. I thought, “That’s what I want to do!”
I love to spend time with my grandchildren, my wife—we love to travel when we can—and our Scottish Terrier. I am a deacon at my church, and I try to give back to the community by volunteering at the homeless shelter. My son and I began weight training together three years ago when he was training to pass a physical test for a federal prison chaplain position. I’ve really grown to enjoy the workouts.
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