The Early Years
Adam was born in Washington, Pennsylvania and then moved to Ohio as a young child with his mother. Initially they moved to New Concord where he lived until they moved to Grove City when he was a teenager. Adam attended Grove City High School where he graduated as the Salutatorian of his class. Adam then decided to attend The Ohio State University for his undergraduate studies.
As a student at The Ohio State University, Adam became interested in both Anthropological Sciences and Criminal Justice during his sophomore year of college. During his summers and breaks, Adam worked with the Franklin County Engineers Office in the Traffic Department where he studied traffic patterns and accidents in detail. Adam graduated with both a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropological Studies and a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice.
After attending OSU, Adam chose to attend law school at Capital University Law School. While at Capital Adam was involved in several groups including the Criminal Law and Federalist Societies and was also an editor of the Capital University Law Review. Additionally, Adam became extremely involved in the Capital University Volunteer Tax Association which earned him Pro Bono Honors for his Juris Doctorate with Magna Cum Laude distinction.
In 2017, Adam became a member of the legal team at Plymale & Dingus where he focuses his practice on civil litigation, with a majority of his cases consisting of personal injury matters. Although Adam has only been with Plymale & Dingus for a few years, his attention to detail and strong work ethic have propelled him into a leadership position with the firm.