Adam Snyder is a distinguished trial attorney with an unmatched devotion to successfully litigating highly complex cases. Throughout his career, he has litigated hundreds of lawsuits, many of which involved catastrophic injuries and losses. Cases have included birth and maternal injuries, neurological injuries, blindness, paraplegia, and wrongful death.
A large portion of Mr. Snyder’s work is concerned with women’s health. He feels a particular devotion to improving women’s healthcare outcomes and ensuring their care is as thorough as can be. He has extensive experience lecturing on topics such as obstetrics and pediatric litigation, proudly serving as co-chair of a well-respected industry-leading perinatal care conference, as well as a frequent presenter for faculty at clinical and legal seminars across the United States.
A natural-born leader, Mr. Snyder serves on multiple boards across various hospital and charitable organizations, as well as organizations that support women’s healthcare and related research. He has devoted an ample amount of his professional time to working pro bono. Over the past year alone, he has represented a large number of female asylum seekers involved in federal immigration cases, a topic which he cares deeply about, as he works to secure medical and mental health treatment for women.
In his academic career, Mr. Snyder earned his bachelor’s from the University of Illinois, as well as graduating magna cum laude from The John Marshall School in Chicago. His professional affiliations include securing admittance to the Illinois Supreme Court, the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, as well as the Executive Office of Immigration Review. Highly respected by his peers, he is recognized as a SuperLawyers Rising Star, as well as being recognized on the Leading Lawyers Network for his legal successes. Outside the office, Mr. Snyder is a passionate mountaineer who has even ascended large mountains over 14,000 feet.