Adam worked extremely...
"Adam worked extremely hard to get the desired results in a recent case of mine. He took the time to explain everything to me so that I could make the best decision. I would feel comfortable letting him handle any legal situation I may have."
Adam worked extremely...
Great experience overall
"Great experience overall working with Adam. He was extremely thorough and dependable. I highly recommend his services and would use him again."
Great experience overall
Counselor Rodrigues
"Counselor Rodrigues recently helped me in a civil matter versus a rogue contractor. I was VERY impressed with his knowledge of the law as well as court presentation. Very accessible with my questions and concerns."
Counselor Rodrigues
Did a life will...
"Did a life will for me and my wife recommended to anyone. Very professional and easy going."
Did a life will...
Adam took initiative...

"Adam took initiative and asked all the right questions to help me when I was very uncertain on next steps. He helped me understand the law, the ins and outs of what I was trying to do and is a fantastic resource for anyone needing a 'friend' that happens to be a very good attorney."

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Suffering illegal treatment at work is hard enough. Click below to hear one client share why Adam could be the right attorney for you during this difficult time.

“I was nervous about finding a lawyer because going through a traumatic experience is hard enough without having to explain what happened to other people. He made sure that I felt understood he made sure that I felt safe, he explained his background with working with people that have been through similar trauma before. There was no point where he was just making decisions for me, we made every decision together. Something about Adam that I think sets him apart from other lawyers is his passion for making sure that his client understands the law, understands risk. When he would give me any good possible outcomes he made sure that I knew this is a possible outcome, we need to plan for the worst and hope for the best like that was something that he kept me focused on the whole time. So, I think he gave me a really realistic view of our situation, of what we needed to do, and he never built my hopes up for something that we didn’t know for sure we could get. So, I had a very well-rounded view of our options, what it was going to take to accomplish what we wanted, if this happens then we’ll do this, if this doesn’t happen this is what our next step is. I liked that he that he talked through all the logical parts with me. I just wasn’t in a place mentally where I wanted to try to defend my side of things to anybody. And Adam never made me do that, quite the opposite, he always was the one telling me that we were doing the right thing and that I deserved better than what had happened to me. I definitely got the sense that he actually cared about me personally and better off after the situation than I was before. It was just very obvious that he didn’t just care about our case, if we won or lost, he cared about what happened to me through that. You know there were conversations of we could go to trial and he told me I would love to take your case to trial, it would be a great case for me, as a lawyer but, it would be very traumatic for you to go through so I want to make sure that before we make the decision you know to not just figure things out in the mediation today and go towards trial, I want you to have the full scope of information of what that would mean for you, you know, ¬†what the depositions would be like, what talking to a jury would be like, being cross examined, like he explained all those things so that I had a full view of what it would be like to go through those situations before I decided to do so, and he was very much in the position of, we are going to do what you want to do. If you want to walk away at any point, we’ll stop, if you want to push it all the way to trial, we’ll push it all the way to trial because, you know, we are in the right here and so we we’re going to do whatever, you know, you’re capable of doing. He was someone in, you know, the hardest year of my life, he was a person that advocated for me that pushed me to advocate for myself even though he knew I was going through a hard time he was always honest, he wasn’t letting me look at things with rose colored glasses, he wasn’t filling me with false narratives or, you know, just saying things to try to make me feel better, he was all he was always very like okay well here are the facts, this is what we have to deal with in order to get this, but I think we have a good shot and here’s why. He would give me all the information that I needed to make educated decisions. I could tell he wanted my life to be as good as it could even though this bad stuff had happened. I could tell he wanted me to be able to move on the best that I could. I could tell he wanted to give all the tools that he could with his experience with people that had been abused. I was in a position where the people that were there that were supposed to help me, failed me, over and over and over again, and then first conversation with Adam, I thought to myself, oh I actually can stand up for myself, I actually should stand up for myself. And I think that Adam is a good person to have on your side. I don’t see how I could have gone through this without him. Our conversations were difficult, but I do remember every time that he took a moment to say, hey I hate that we you know are taking notes and bullet points over some of the worst things that have ever happened to you, I don’t want us to get so caught up in the logic that it feels like your life is just a bullet point. I want to take a moment to acknowledge, you know, what you’ve been through. You know, the social workers and nurses that need to put me down when I was already down could learn a thing or two from Adam, so I was really happy to have him as my lawyer and I think he’s a great choice.”