Adam Clark is a skilled litigator, licensed in multiple states in the Southeastern United States, and specializes his practice on representing catastrophically injured clients, including babies, mothers, victims of preventable prenatal, labor and birth-related negligence, victims of medical negligence, and victims of general negligence resulting in severe injuries.
In 2022, Adam joined the firm's advanced, medical malpractice and birth injury team, and now fights to improve the standard of care for thousands, if not millions, of patients; and specifically, the standard of medicine for the well-being of babies and mothers, throughout the region.
In his years of litigation experience, Adam has become a highly referred attorney - not only by past and present clients, but by other nationally recognized lawyers throughout the Southeast. Because of his extensive, up-to-date knowledge and background in pursuing justice for his clients in the area of catastrophic injuries, specifically brain injuries, multi-vertebral spine injuries and nerve injuries, resulting in permanent damages, Adam has earned respect as a featured lawyer in both the Commonwealth of Kentucky and the State of Florida.
He prides himself in focusing practice and trial advocacy principled with in-depth knowledge and application of medical-legal issues in his cases, such as his knowledge and application of cellular and acute injury medicine, to optimized justice and case resolutions for his clients.
Prior to joining the elite litigators at Morgan & Morgan, Adam spent years representing and educating practicing medical doctors, physicians, healthcare providers and hospital systems, including the largest hospital system in the United States, for medical negligence cases including multi-million dollar, and multiple million dollar cases resulting from preventable medical negligence, including traumatically injured babies and mothers during pregnancy and child birth. Moreover, for years, Adam represented the defense-side doctors, hospitals, and nurses in cases of traumatically injured patients where the healthcare provider misdiagnosed, missed diagnosis, failed to diagnose in a timely manner, failed to treat or timely treat, committed negligence during surgery, or failed to communicate with other healthcare providers during the patient's course of medical care or treatment, amongst other types of medical malpractice cases.
Since then, Adam joined Morgan & Morgan in 2019, bringing his knowledge, energy and focus, to become a national leader in case resolution and representing clients in various capacities in the Southeast.
- Personal Injury
- Birth Injuries
- Medical Malpractice
- Wrongful Death
- Neonatal Injuries
- Premises Liability
- Negligent Security & Inadequate Security
- Brain Injuries
- Spinal Cord Injuries
- Florida, 2016
- Kentucky, 2018
- United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida
- Transylvania University, 2010
- University of Dayton School of Law, 2014
- Harvard Law School Program on Negotiation, 2021
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