Will Warihay is a Senior Attorney specializing in personal injury and workers’ compensation claims. Will attended Elon University in North Carolina, where he received his undergraduate degree in Political Science.

Will subsequently attended Elon University School of Law and was awarded his Juris Doctor in 2010. While attending law school, he served as an Executive Member of the Moot Court Board and was awarded the David Gergen Award for Leadership and Professionalism, Elon Law’s highest student honor.

Before joining Hasner Law, Will practiced workers’ compensation and employment law for two years in North Carolina and seven years in Atlanta. Will is a member in good standing of both the North Carolina and Georgia State Bar Associations and is sworn in to practice in each jurisdiction. Will also has experience litigating in North Carolina and Georgia at each court level in each jurisdiction, along with federal court experience.

In his spare time, Will serves as a Director on the Board for the American Mock Trial Association (AMTA), a non-profit organization responsible for organizing undergraduate mock trial competitions on a national level. Will has been a member of the Executive Committee for AMTA since 2012 and served a term as President of the Board of Directors from 2018-2020. Will has also worked as a Lecturer at Georgia Tech in Atlanta since 2014, where he teaches trial practice and coaches the nationally-ranked Georgia Tech Mock Trial team.

Will has extensive workers’ compensation experience and a deep knowledge of the law. He also has experience in court and teaching trial practice across the country. His background and expertise serve as his foundation for passionately representing his clients and advocating for them throughout the litigation process. Will works tirelessly for his clients to earn maximum benefits and full value for their cases.

Outside of work, Will enjoys spending time with his family and friends, golfing, and cheering on Atlanta United and all Philadelphia sports teams.

Will Warihay
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