William “Bill” Sterbinsky, Esq., is a dedicated advocate for veterans and a passionate legal professional. Hailing from the sunshine state of Florida, Bill’s journey into a life of service began at the age of 18 when he enlisted in the United States Marine Corps. Over the course of four years, from 2003 to 2007, he demonstrated unwavering commitment and bravery, serving as a Security Forces Marine and being deployed to Iraq with 3rd Battalion, 4th Marines, Weapons Company. Bill’s ten-month combat experience in the Al Qaim Province, north of the Euphrates River, marked a pivotal chapter in his life.
Following his honorable discharge, Bill pursued a degree in history at the University of South Florida, where he discovered not only his passion for all things military but also the challenges veterans face within the VA system. This eye-opening experience motivated Bill to make a difference. He embarked on a legal career, specializing in VA claims, and soon found himself at the Twelfth Judicial Circuit prosecutor’s office, where he played a key role in establishing a Veteran’s Treatment Court, providing veterans with a fresh start in the judicial system.
Outside of the courtroom, Bill co-founded SRQ VETS, a local nonprofit dedicated to helping veterans in need. The organization, driven by Bill’s commitment to “take care of our own,” continues to positively impact the lives of veterans in the community.
Today, as the leader of Veterans Affairs Law, P.A., Bill, along with his experienced team, provides legal representation to veterans nationwide, helping them navigate the complexities of the VA claims process and supporting their rights and benefits.
Bill Sterbinsky’s life and work exemplify unwavering dedication to veterans and a deep commitment to making a positive impact on their lives, both within and beyond the legal realm. His journey continues to inspire and uplift those he serves.