Adam is honoured to have been named the Best Lawyers Personal Injury Litigation Lawyer of the Year in Toronto for 2022. After serving many years on the Board of Directors, he was elected to be President of the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association (OTLA) for 2016-2017. Canadian Lawyer Magazine named Adam one of the 25 most influential lawyers in Canada in 2017.
Adam’s practice is devoted to personal injury litigation, accident benefits claims and other disability and insurance litigation. He fights tirelessly, with compassion, for the rights of accident victims and strives to ensure that they receive appropriate compensation for all of their losses. He focuses on serious, catastrophic injury claims, no matter how they happen. Adam has extensive experience in brain injury claims and spinal cord injury claims. As an avid cyclist and runner, he has a special interest in helping people injured in pedestrian, bicycle and motorcycle accidents.
The former managing partner at HSH, Adam is recognized as a leader in the legal community. He has been endorsed by his peers as a leading personal injury lawyer in the respected Lexpert and Best Lawyers in Canada directories, and the Law Society of Ontario has recognized him as a Specialist in Civil Litigation. He is often asked to chair conferences and lecture to legal organizations regarding various personal injury issues, including his trial experience. Adam has conducted many successful jury and judge alone trials, arbitrations, and appeals to the Court of Appeal of Ontario.
In addition to OTLA, Adam is a member of and has held leadership roles in a number of legal and brain injury associations and organizations. He is the proud recipient of the Ontario Brain Injury Association Professional Award. Adam is also passionate about his involvement in pro bono and community associations. He is a member of the Enbridge Ride to Conquer Cancer Hall of Fame and played guitar for the award-winning rock band, “SoSumi,” performing to raise money and awareness for various charitable organizations.