Adam T. Herrmann
Areas of Practice
Adam’s practice primarily involves investigating cases and defending clients in various types of complex litigation – largely in the areas of wrongful death and medical malpractice cases but also in construction litigation, business litigation, employment discrimination, and workers’ compensation. In defending clients, Adam utilizes his experience in legal/medical matters to analyze records and expert opinions for depositions, mediations, final hearings, and civil trials.
Immediately after law school, Adam worked as an Assistant Attorney General under the terms of Attorneys General Hawley and Schmitt. While serving as an Assistant Attorney General, Adam defended workers’ compensation claims seeking benefits from the State of Missouri and the Second Injury Fund both at trial and on appeal. Notable cases include: Lucille Schoen v. Mid Missouri Mental Health Center (LIRC); Roy Schenewerk v. Treasurer of Missouri as Custodian of Second Injury Fund (LIRC); Teresa Flores v. Treasurer of Missouri as Custodian of Second Injury Fund (LIRC); Debbie Gray v. Treasurer of Missouri as Custodian of Second Injury Fund (LIRC); and Dontarius Marks v. Missouri Department of Corrections (LIRC). During his period at the Missouri Attorney General’s Office, Adam also litigated the criminal prosecution of various persons or business entities in violation of Chapter 287’s criminal statutes.
Adam was raised in Jefferson City and received his undergraduate degrees in History and Philosophy 2013 from the University of Missouri – St. Louis. After graduating, Adam returned to Mid-Missouri and attended the University of Missouri-Columbia School of Law, graduating in 2017. In his personal life, Adam likes to travel with his wife, McKenzie, and spend time with family and friends.