Adam is a key member of the serious personal injury team, focusing on product defect, premises, auto and aviation cases. He has worked on a variety of serious cases including: a federal product defect case involving a military parachute that deployed inside an airplane, killing a decorated Navy Seal; a federal case against the Border Patrol after one its agents crashed a truck into a client riding a motorcycle; a product defect and negligence case where his client suffered a serious arm injury while riding as a passenger in a UTV; a case against the City of San Diego that settled for $1 million after his client tripped over uneven concrete in a crosswalk and suffered permanent injuries; and high-profile litigation against Big Tobacco involving smokeless tobacco or “dip.”
He is on the board of directors for the Consumer Attorneys of San Diego, is co-chair of the personal injury section of the North County Bar Association, is on the board of directors for the NLD section of the Consumer Attorneys of California, and writes for the product defect column in the Trial Bar News. He was recognized by Super Lawyers Magazine as one of San Diego’s legal Rising Stars of 2017 and 2018, and was named among the top 40 Under 40 by The Daily Transcript and San Diego Metro Magazine. Adam graduated at the top of his law school class and worked as a federal judicial intern for the Honorable Irma E. Gonzalez (Ret.) before joining CaseyGerry. He is also a licensed architect.