Adam N. Coffee, Esq., brings a passion and eagerness for justice to his role as an Attorney at Injured Workers Law Firm. Hailing from Lynchburg, VA, Adam is a proud graduate of Hampden-Sydney College, where he majored in Government. During his time as an undergraduate, he served as the president of the pre-law society and vice president of Chi Phi fraternity. Adam pursued his legal education at the University of Kentucky, where he honed his skills and developed a strong foundation for his career in law.
Venturing into the legal realm, Adam pursued his law degree at the University of Kentucky. During his 3L year, he interned at the Fayette County Public Defender’s Office and gained valuable experience under Judge John Tackett at the Fayette County District Court. It was at Sanzone & Baker, LLP in Lynchburg, working under the guidance of Philip Baker, where Adam discovered his passion for Workers’ Compensation law.
Adam holds the professional designations of J.D. and Esquire, having successfully passed the bar. Beyond the courtroom, his interests span kayaking, basketball, movie appreciation, and exploring the picturesque landscapes of Virginia. Blade Runner is his cinematic favorite, and Cormac McCarthy’s Blood Meridian tops his literary list.
Guided by the quote from Michael Jordan, “Never say never, because limits, like fears, are often just an illusion,” Adam is motivated to advocate for injured workers. Drawing from personal experiences, he is committed to ensuring the protection of every client’s rights and giving voice to their stories.
As a proud Kentucky Wildcats fan, Adam is thrilled to contribute his expertise to the Injured Workers Law Firm team, making a positive impact in the lives of those who need it most. Adam is excited to bring his legal expertise and passion for justice to the Injured Workers Law Firm, contributing to the team’s collective success.
Areas of Practice:
- University of Kentucky
- Hampden-Sydney College, Bachelor in Government