Las Vegas personal injury attorney Adam Solinger fights to recover the highest financial settlements possible for his clients who have been hurt in accidents, such as car crashes, slip-and-falls, and medical malpractice.
Adam tirelessly takes insurance companies to task because he understands how one injury can change an entire life and cost far more than what a hospital bill shows. A skilled negotiator, Adam seeks money damages to cover expenses that cannot be measured, such as pain and suffering. And if necessary, he is prepared to take a case all the way to trial in pursuit of extensive punitive damages.
Adam is a born jurist. As early as his undergraduate years at the University of Redlands (where he made Dean's List four times), Adam conducted extensive legal research on such monumental issues as physician aid-in-dying and marijuana legalization. He even was the primary research assistant on a medical marijuana academic paper that was presented at Oxford University in 2010.
But it was during Adam's law school days at UNLV's Boyd School of Law (where he graduated cum laude) that he truly forged his devotion to law. As an extern with the Clark County Public Defender's Office and a Clark County District Judge, he received an invaluable “backstage view” of how justice is administered and which courtroom styles prove most effective. Adam also found time to excel at Moot Court and Client Counseling competitions, which further honed his advocacy skills that he now wields for the benefit of our clients.
Adam is also licensed to practice law in Colorado.