Adam began his career as an attorney in Kansas City where he acquired a wealth of experience in the areas of appellate and trial practice, products liability, personal injury, and insurance law. Now that he is back in Lincoln, Adam lives in a vintage 1920s home with his wife and daughters. He is an amateur woodworker and puts his skills to use in restoring his home in his spare time. Whether he’s making a piece of furniture or working on a home project, Adam enjoys the opportunity to spend time with his family. He is a self-described foodie and avid follower of local and national politics.
Areas of Practice
Civil Litigation; Personal Injury; Products Liability; Workers’ Compensation; Insurance Law; Library Law; and Employment Discrimination.
Nebraska State Bar Association; Kansas State Bar Association (inactive); Missouri State Bar Association (inactive); Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association; Nebraska Association of Trial Attorneys; Nebraska Defense Counsel Association; Lincoln Bar Association; Nebraska Library Association
J.D., 2001; B.S., 1998, University of Nebraska
Adam is dedicated to environmental sustainability and proudly serves on the Board of Directors of WasteCap, Nebraska, a non-profit organization that provides resource conservation assistance to Nebraska businesses, communities and households. Adam is also a member of the Arbor Day Foundation, Keep Nebraska Beautiful, Lincoln Green By Design, the Nebraska Food Cooperative, and the Flatwater Chapter of the United States Green Building Council. Adam also holds the LEEDÂ® (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Green Associate [TM] credential. According to the United States Green Building Council “the Leed Green Associate credential attests to demonstrated knowledge and skill in understanding and supporting green design, construction, and operations.” Adam and his wife, Misty, serve on the board of directors for MilkWorks, a community breastfeeding center located in Lincoln, Nebraska, designed to help mothers breastfeed their babies. Adam is also a member of the Nebraska Library Association and serves on the Board of Directors of the Southeast Library System, a non-profit organization that works proactively with library personnel to help them meet and serve the diverse informational, educational, cultural and recreational needs of the citizens of the region through their libraries. Adam is a volunteer for Legal Aid of Nebraska, an organization that provides free civil legal services to low income Nebraskans