Adam Snyder is a trial lawyer with an unparalleled commitment to winning complex cases. He has litigated hundreds of lawsuits involving all types of catastrophic losses, from birth and maternal injuries, to neurologic damage, blindness, paralysis, and wrongful death.
Much of Adam’s work is focused on women’s health matters. He has devoted his career to improving outcomes in women’s healthcare and perinatal medicine. He frequently lectures on obstetrics and pediatrics litigation, serves as co-chair of a leading perinatal care conference, and is invited to be presenting faculty at clinical and legal seminars throughout the country.
As part of his efforts, Adam serves as a leader on the boards of multiple hospital and charitable organizations whose mission is to support women’s healthcare and women’s health research. He also devotes a substantial amount of his professional time to pro bono legal work. In the past year, he represented dozens of female asylum seekers in federal immigration proceedings throughout the US win bond so they could obtain critical medical and mental health treatment.
Adam earned his bachelor’s degree in business from the University of Illinois, and graduated magna cum laude from The John Marshall School in Chicago in Chicago. He is admitted to the Illinois Supreme Court, the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, and the Executive Office of Immigration Review. He is recognized by his peers as a SuperLawyers Rising Star and the Leading Lawyers Network for his legal accomplishments. Beyond law, Adam enjoys mountaineering and has multiple 14,000’+ ascents under his belt.