Adam qualified as a solicitor in 2014 and obtained his higher rights of audience in 2017. Prior to joining Keoghs, Adam completed his training and initial post qualification work and was required to handle a mix of high value and complex matters alongside the run of fast track claims. He was utilised as an in-house advocate in respect of his own and his colleagues’ case loads and has a breadth of experience in both oral and written advocacy; able to present complicated legal arguments in either form with equal effectiveness.
His current practice is focused on counter fraud work, arising from exaggerated claims, low velocity impact and/or staged/contrived road traffic accidents.
Adam has gained experience far beyond his qualified years in matters of personal injury and is comfortable in dealing with all types of work, whether it be as a result of road traffic accidents, employers/public liability or accidents at work.