Bill Minick, J.D., LL.M.

Executive Vice President

Bill Minick is an attorney, risk management consultant and healthcare executive based in Dallas. He trained as an employee benefits, corporate merger & acquisition, and tax attorney with major law firms, developed many of the first alternative dispute resolution programs for employment-related claims and led the North Texas property and casualty operation for a global insurance broker. Bill pioneered Texas injury benefit programs and grew PartnerSource into the leading consulting firm for competitive alternatives to traditional workers’ compensation insurance. With a track record of individual and team successes, he advises large companies in retail, food service, healthcare and transportation and service providers on workers’ compensation programs that deliver better medical outcomes to millions of injured workers and billions of dollars in economic development.

Bill holds degrees from Abilene Christian University (Finance), Pepperdine University (JD Law) and Southern Methodist University (LLM Taxation). He has worked extensively in state and federal government affairs, public relations, HR, insurance and risk management. Bill has founded trade groups (see, e.g., and program designations (see, e.g.,, participated in university-led and other independent research initiatives, written new laws and regulations, and motivated workers’ comp system improvements in several states. He has written extensively for national publications (like Risk & Insurance, WorkCompCentral,, Business Insurance and Insurance Thought Leadership) and been a featured presenter at major insurance, legal and workers’ compensation industry conferences (like the National Workers’ Compensation & Disability Conference, Workers Compensation Institute, Workers Comp Research Institute, Risk & Insurance Management Society, CLM, State Bar of Texas, National Academy of Social Insurance and Self-Insurance Institute of America).

Bill is active in many charitable and civic causes, including boards for Kids’ Chance of Texas (founding member), WorkCompCentral Comp Laude Awards (Industry Leader Honor Roll), Men’s Advocacy Group of New Friends New Life (fighting sex trafficking), Pepperdine University School of Law, and Abilene Christian University.

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