I take a personalized approach to each of my cases, no matter the size. When my own dad suffered through a catastrophic wreck, I learned firsthand the rippling effects that a wreck can have on one’s life. I try to see each case through my clients’ eyes so I can anticipate their needs. I build trust and a connection so that people understand I am here for them.
Attorney Gabriel’s practice is focused on helping injured individuals and their families obtain relief and justice following catastrophic accidents such as car wrecks and falls.
Attorney Gabriel grew up in a multi-cultural household in a small town outside of Athens on a farm. She is the first attorney in her family. She went to a small, rural high school. During high school, college, and law school, she regularly helped her grandad on his chicken farm.
Attorney Gabriel is also a first-generation American on her dad’s side. She speaks fluent Spanish and represents many Spanish speaking clients. Her dad is from Germany, so she traveled and experienced many other cultures growing up. This helps her relate to the cultural differences many of her clients face.
Attorney Gabriel also enjoys giving back to the community. She is a member of the Champions for Children Committee, a group dedicated to supporting the Beverly Knight Olson Children’s Hospital at Navicent Health. She also serves as a member of the Festival of Trees Committee at the Museum of Arts and Sciences.
In her spare time, Hannah and her husband, Clay, enjoy spending time with their family and friends and traveling.
Education and Accolades
Attorney Hannah H. Gabriel is a native of Athens, Georgia, where she earned both her undergraduate in Spanish and J.D. from the University of Georgia. For her first year of law school, she attended the Mercer University Walter F. George School of Law, where she earned four CALI Excellence for the Future Awards (highest grade in class), the Faculty Award for Outstanding Achievement in Legal Writing, as well as an invitation to the Mercer Law Review. After such success, Attorney Gabriel transferred to the University of Georgia School of Law for her remaining two years of law school, where she served as an Articles Editor on the Georgia Law Review and volunteered her legal services through the UGA Public Interest Law Practicum and Business Law Clinic. After graduating cum laude from the University of Georgia School of Law, Attorney Gabriel became a member of both the Georgia and North Carolina Bars.