Attorney at Law
Bill Kuziara grew up in the Sebastopol area. He graduated from Analy High School and attended the S.R.J.C. before and after service in the US Army. Bill then went to California State University Northridge where he received his B.A. degree in political science in 1972. He attended law school at the University of San Fernando Valley.
Bill spent the first several years of his legal career working on the startup of the wastewater irrigation system for the City of Rohnert Park. In 1978 he went to work for an insurance company as a claims adjuster for Sonoma County. In this capacity Bill was able to handle over 500 personal injury cases in three years. This experience taught Bill how to value a personal injury case after working at a personal injury law firm for years. In 1987 Bill went into private practice specializing in personal injury cases. The focus of the Kuziara Law Office practice today is on personal injury cases, with an emphasis on concussive injuries and other types of brain injury cases. In fact, Bill has taken more traumatic brain injury cases to trial than any other attorney in Sonoma County, and he has a unique focus on brain injury cases involving concussions and mild traumatic brain injuries, a diagnosis consistently undervalued by insurance companies, other lawyers and even some doctors.
In 1988 Bill married Debra Parsons and together they have four children. “We spend most of our free time with our children, Dell, Jackie, John and Camille. We like to entertain in our home. We also enjoy volleyball, golf and travel.”
Born and raised in Santa Rosa, Adrianna graduated with her legal secretary certificate with President’s honors from Empire College in 2010. She has been with the Law Offices of Bill Kuziara since May 2011 and enjoys working in the legal field in order to help people in Sonoma County. Adrianna is fluent in Spanish as well as a certified notary public.
Adrianna has been happily married since 2011 and enjoys spending time with her family, especially her young daughter and son.