Mr. Adams heads up Matthews & Associates’ Risperdal, Accutane, Reglan, and Railroad Injury dockets. Mr. Adams has also handled medical device injury claims, product liability and various other personal injury litigation, including GM recall cases resulting from automobile design defects. Mr. Adams applies the same aggressive approach to the practice of law that earned him the privilege of representing the USA in the Olympic Games. He is licensed to practice law in Texas, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, and Colorado.
U.S. Olympic Captain
Mr. Adams competed in the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona, Spain, as captain of the U.S. Pentathlon team. He was raised as an army brat in Colorado, Tennessee, Germany, and Virginia, where he attended Virginia Episcopal School for three years and graduated from Stafford High School. He attended N.C. State as a member of the Swimming and Diving team, then moved to Texas in 1989 to train for the Olympics.
Conrad Adams received his undergraduate degree from Texas A & M University, majoring in Biology with a minor in Chemistry. He received his law degree from The University of Texas School of Law. Prior to law practice, Mr. Adams worked as a Big Pharma sales representative, experience which has given him valuable insight into Matthews & Associates’ extensive pharmaceutical litigation.
- Pharmaceutical Drugs
- Federal Trial Practice
- Multidistrict Litigation
- State Trial Practice
- Motor Vehicle Accidents
- Premises Liability
- Property Damage
- Wrongful Death
- Chemicals & Cosmetics
- Machinery & Tools
- Medical Products & Devices
- Recreational Products
- Nursing Home Abuse
100% of Practice Devoted to Litigation
The University of Texas School of Law, Austin, Texas 2002 J.D.
Texas A & M University, 1997 B.S.
Professional Associations and Memberships
State Bar of Texas
State Bar of Colorado
Texas Trial Lawyers’ Association
American Association of Justice
U.S. District Court Eastern District of Texas
U.S. District Court Northern District of Texas
U.S. District Court Southern District of Texas
U.S. Court of Appeals 5th Circuit