Adam is a founding shareholder in Palmer Law Offices, P.C.. He has had extensive litigation and trial experience in cases involving workers’ compensation, personal injury, and legal and medical negligence. Adam has appeared before numerous administrative agencies including, the Industrial Commission of Arizona, Arizona State Board of Pharmacy, Arizona Medical Board, Arizona State Board of Dental Examiners, and California Medical Board. He has also appeared in both State and Federal Courts in Arizona, Maryland, Missouri, Florida and California.
Adam received his Board Certification in Workers’ Compensation by the Arizona Board of Legal Specialization in 2009. Less than five percent of all active members of the Arizona State Bar Association are Board Certified.
Adam has represented the injured and their families fighting for their rights and financial compensation. Not all of those battles, however, ended in the courtroom.
Some of them went on to Arizona’s appellate court setting precedent for the people of the State:
Grisham v. Five Star Insurance Company, 186 Ariz. 624, 925 P.2d 1075 (App. 1996), interpreted Arizona’s automobile insurance cancellation statute.
Wagner v. Rao, 180 Ariz. 486, 885 P.2d 174 (App. 1994), interpreted Arizona’s contract law and whether certain defenses can be raised and when.
Kromko v. Superior Court In and For County of Maricopa, 168 Ariz. 51, 811 P.2d 12 (1991), interpreted Arizona’s voting Proposition and ballot Petition laws.
Adam is admitted into the United States District Court, District of Arizona, the United States Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit, and the Supreme Court of the United States of America.