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Adam is a solicitor working with Claire Fazan in the clinical negligence department.

Adam assists across a wide variety of cases, including birth injury claims, brain and spinal injury claims, orthopaedic claims, fatal claims, claims as a result of a delay in diagnosis of cancer and other serious physical and psychiatric illnesses. Adam also works on cases representing families at inquests where close relatives have died as a result of poor medical care and patient safety concerns. 
After gaining his law degree from the University of East London in 2008, Adam completed his masters degree in Medical Law and Ethics at Kings College London in 2009.
Adam joined the human rights department at Leigh Day in 2013 as a paralegal, where he assisted Emma Jones bring a number of successful group actions and individual claims on behalf of those neglected and mistreated at various failing NHS Trusts, including the now dissolved Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust. During his training contract, Adam worked in abuse claims team for Alison Millar representing individuals who had sustained psychiatric injuries as a result of sexual abuse in childhood.  Adam qualified as a solicitor in 2017. 
In his spare time, Adam enjoys fundraising for various charitable causes. In 2015, he ran the London Marathon for Friends of the Elderly and in 2017 he climbed Mount Kilimanjaro for the Child Migrants Trust.


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