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Joseph P.H. Ahuna Jr.

Mr. Ahuna is the owner and founder of the firm, and has successfully represented Hawaii's injured victims for over thirty years. Mr. Ahuna was born and raised in Laie, is a Kamehameha Schools Alumnus, and received his legal education at J. Reuben Clark Law School at Brigham Young University.

​Mr. Ahuna prides himself on his service to the community involvement and strong values. In addition to working tirelessly for the rights of others, Mr. Ahuna coaches soccer at Kamehameha Schools and provides countless hours of volunteer service at church and in the scouting program.

Mr. Ahuna also grew up as an avid entertainer, performing the Samoan Fire Knife Dance and the Native American Hoop Dance throughout the world. Since then, he has had the opportunity to teach his six children and fourteen grandchildren Polynesian and Native American dances, and regularly performs voluntarily for schools, churches, hospitals, festivals and various other organizations both locally and on an international basis.  

David K. Ahuna

David is a Kamehameha Schools graduate and completed his law degree at S.J. Quinney College of Law at the University of Utah.  David also obtained his Master in Business Administration at the University of Utah and Bachelor of Science in Finance from Brigham Young University - Provo.  David previously worked for the U.S. Attorney's Office, Salt Lake District Attorney's Office, and Adams Davis, a prestigious personal injury law firm in Utah. 

David is dedicated to giving back to the Hawaiian community.  He enjoys coaching soccer in Kaneohe with AYSO.  David is also an accomplished Samoan Fire Knife Dancer and Native American Hoop Dancer, and regularly provides volunteer performances with his family in the community for schools, churches, and elderly homes.  David previously placed as a semi-finalist in the World Fire Knife Competition at the Polynesian Cultural Center, and won the inaugural Kauai Polynesian Festival Fire Knife Competition.  David enjoys playing Hawaiian and reggae music, and spending time with his wife and three children.

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