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William Sinor

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William Sinor Attorney


Wil is committed to working closely with clients through every step of the litigation process, from intake through trial. He believes strongly in providing the best legal representation that is tailored to each client’s unique needs.

Wil earned his bachelor's degree in political science from Auburn University. While at Auburn, Wil was named to the Dean’s List and volunteered regularly in Auburn and the surrounding communities. Upon graduation, he entered law school.

While attending Florida State University College of Law, Wil served as a student attorney in the Public Interest Law Center, representing indigent clients on an array of matters. He was a recipient of the school’s Distinguished Pro Bono Award, served as a Student Ambassador for the College of Law, and was named to the Dean’s List.

Prior to joining Michel | King, Wil worked for a large, national plaintiff’s firm handling employment and personal injury matters. He also worked for a local Birmingham firm where he gained substantial litigation and trial experience in personal injury cases.

Wil was born in Dothan, Alabama, but raised in Costa Rica and the suburbs of Atlanta and Chicago. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his wife Melissa and their two daughters, exercising, and traveling.

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