William Rogner

William H. Rogner was born in Charlotte, North Carolina on January 14, 1965. “Bill” was a 1987 honors graduate of the Warrington School of Business Administration at the University of Florida. He went on to the University of Florida’s Levin College of Law where he graduated, again with honors, in 1990. While at the University of Florida, Mr. Rogner was a member of the Lambda Chi Alpha social fraternity, Florida Blue Key, and the Justice Campbell Thornal National Moot Court Board. After graduation Mr. Rogner practiced briefly with another firm before founding Hurley & Rogner, P.A. in 1992. The firm, now known as HR, Law, P.A., has grown to include six offices and nearly 100 employees. Mr. Rogner became a Florida Bar Board Certified Workers’ Compensation lawyer in 1996. Three years later he achieved Florida Bar Board Certification as an Appellate Lawyer. He continues to represent employers, carriers, and servicing agents in an active trial practice. In addition, he has handled nearly 500 appeals addressing myriad legal issues before the District Courts of Appeal, the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeal, and the Supreme Court of Florida. Mr. Rogner is AV rated by Martindale-Hubbell and is annually recognized as a “Super Lawyer” by Law & Politics. He was Chairman of the Florida Bar’s Workers’ Compensation Section of the Florida Bar from 2014- 2015 and he was inducted into the Workers’ Compensation Institute’s Hall of Fame in 2018. Mr. Rogner resides with his wife, Carmen, in Orlando. His daughter Sofia is an HR Law associate. His son Nicolas managed to avoid the practice of law. Mr. Rogner is an avid traveler, golfer, and sailor.