Adam is a Tacoma native. He graduated from Pacific Lutheran University, where he met his wife (Lillian), with degrees in History and Economics. Adam went to work, but his interest in pursuing the law prompted him to go to law school.
Soon Lillian, Adam, and their three girls packed up and moved to Salem, Oregon in order to attend Willamette University College of Law. While at Willamette, Adam served on three law journals, externed at the Oregon Tax Court, and worked for a small solo-practitioner. After graduating, he went to work for a small insurance defense firm, Frohnmayer Deatherage, in Medford, Oregon where he learned the strategies and tactics used by defense attorneys. Armed with that knowledge, Adam moved back to the Tacoma area and joined Jacobs & Jacobs.
Adam’s deep compassion for and devotion to his clients drives him in obtaining the best results. When not working on his client’s cases, Adam enjoys playing with his kids, fishing for lake trout, golfing, and reading books on American history.