Athens Injury Attorney
Warren Kennedy Abel
Warren Abel is an experienced, aggressive attorney who fights for those who are injured or are unable to work due to negligence.
The son of two physicians, Warren had an early eye for science, a keen understanding for the value of health, as well as compassion for the welfare for others. Growing up in Little Rock, Arkansas afforded him the opportunity to surround himself with history. As an alumnus of Little Rock High School he has a unique, personal awareness of our nation’s integration crisis. Here he not only excelled academically, but played multiple sports where he further developed his leadership and advocating skills.
Abel is a graduate of Emory University and University of Georgia Law School.
While in law school, Warren worked in 22nd Judicial Circuit Office of the Prosecuting Attorney in Benton, Arkansas. There, Warren tried and won his first case and assisted prosecutors on cases ranging from felony murder to vehicular homicide. During his second and third years of law school, Warren worked at the Athens-Clarke County District Attorney’s office, where he supported the felony prosecutors with trials and motions. Warren was noted the clinic director for his outstanding work in the District Attorney’s office.
Following law school, Abel worked at Heifer International, one of the top 10 charities worldwide, in Little Rock, Arkansas. After a successful stint at Heifer International, Warren returned to Georgia and began advocating for those who are wrongly injured statewide in Georgia. In 2016, Warren established The Abel Firm to represent citizens in Athens and across Georgia against negligent individuals and corporations.
A lifelong volunteer dedicated to charity and community, Warren dedicates a significant portion of his practice to pro-bono work, including indigent defense and fair housing cases.
Warren appreciates the culture, history, and sports our community has to offer. He enjoys hiking with his 2 dogs, playing basketball and golf, fishing, and playing piano.