Adam focuses his practice on representing individuals, families, workers, and consumers who have been critically injured or lost a loved one because of the negligence or willful conduct of others. He represents people who have been seriously injured or disabled by car accidents, defective products, dangerous premises, and other acts of negligence. Adam practices in every court of Georgia, including the Georgia Supreme Court, Court of Appeals, and all Georgia Superior and State Courts.
Adam P. Taylor will communicate with the insurance company on your behalf to further all aspects of your case, allowing you to focus on your medical recovery. Whether you were a victim of a drunk driver, auto accident, motorcycle accident, or any other injury claim, our goal is always the same; to help you obtain medical care and compensation for your injuries and lost wages.
As a Personal Injury Attorney, I will provide you with a free consultation to discuss your case and your injuries. We also offer free home and hospital visits, one-on-one communication with a Atlanta Injury Lawyer, and if necessary, the convenience of hiring the law firm via telephone using electronic means.
Prior to Taylor, Hughes & Zahler, LLP, Adam had his own practice, the Law Office of Adam P. Taylor, P.C. Before starting his own practice, Adam practiced in the areas of Personal Injury, Wrongful Death, Insurance Bad Faith, and other related practice areas with one of Atlanta’s most respected and renowned Plaintiff’s firms.
Adam also was an Assistant District Attorney for the State of Georgia, where he represented the interests of people who had been victimized by crime. While serving the people of Georgia, Adam prosecuted over 800 felony cases and served as lead counsel on 24 felony trials involving crimes such as narcotics trafficking, armed robbery, and malice murder.
Adam holds a Juris Doctorate from the University of Mississippi School of Law. While in law school, Adam was actively involved in Moot Court, was elected to the Moot Court Executive Committee and was a member of the Mays Inn chapter of the Phi Delta Phi Legal Honors Fraternity. Adam was the recipient of the 2004 "Best Brief" award in appellate advocacy and graduated Cum Laude in May, 2006.
Adam received his undergraduate degree from the University of Georgia where he studied Political Science. While in college, Adam studied International Relations at Oxford University in England as part of the UGA-Oxford Study Abroad Program.
Adam is a member of the Georgia Bar Association, the Cobb County Bar Association and the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association.