Adam P. Richards
Adam has been representing businesses and individuals since 2009. He has served as lead counsel in numerous matters resulting in large verdicts, awards and settlements. Adam’s litigation experience includes the prosecution of matters on behalf of seriously injured victims, investor groups, small businesses and shareholders. As a litigator, Adam has successfully tried legal malpractice, injury and commercial arbitration, bench and jury cases to verdict or award. Adam’s litigation practice is now focused on handling complex legal malpractice, wrongful death, business, contract, employment, personal injury, and abuse matters. Since 2020, Adam has achieved in excess of $6,575,000.00 in legal malpractice settlements and judgments.
Adam also assists local businesses with formation, planning, and transactional issues. This is a proven benefit to those who seek to avoid disputes, resolve disputes in their infancy, avoid litigation or exit pending disputes.
- Admitted to The National Trial Lawyers’ "Top 40 Under 40"
- SuperLawyers Rising Star
- More than a decade of experience of litigating cases throughout the U.S.
- Achieved top 15 verdict in Franklin County, Ohio
- Long drive champion
- Voted as one of Super Lawyers Rising Stars, which is an honor awarded to no more than 2.5 percent of attorneys in Ohio under 40, each year since 2014
- Did presentation on being a trial lawyer in 6th grade
I fight for the underdog and hold accountable those who inflict harm or damage on my clients. I want to give my clients a voice, achieve their desired outcome, and effectively get them the compensation they deserve.
Representative Verdicts and Settlements
award achieved in ownership dispute.
for physician subjected to handicap discrimination and retaliation.
for a CEO who was terminated without cause.
for multiple victims of abuse by teacher.
for a student abused by a teacher.
for personal injuries resulting from a motor vehicle accident.
for breach of a marketing agreement.
for a bicyclist struck by a car.
*The outcome of any client’s case will depend on the particular legal and factual circumstances of the case.