Meet Orlando Injury Lawyer Jackson W. Adams

Jackson W. Adams (“Jack”) is a third-generation Orlando attorney. He proudly continues in the footsteps of his father and grandfather as a civil trial lawyer and has built his own reputation as a dedicated, compassionate litigator. Jack brings a unique perspective to his clients’ cases as he has lived, worked, and studied on three continents and has operated heavy equipment in multi-million dollar construction projects and worked long hours in his family’s chicken farm in rural north Florida.  This background drives Jack to understand his client’s problems; by creating meaningful relationships with the people he represents, solutions to even the most complex cases can be reached.

Prior to joining Wooten Kimbrough, P.A., served as a law clerk to United States District Court Judge G. Kendall Sharp and as an appellate law clerk to Justice Maria Cabret of the Supreme Court of the United States Virgin Islands. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in history from the University of Florida and graduated with honors from the Catholic University of America’s Columbus School of Law. Jack also worked in the construction and agriculture industries and spent a year teaching English in rural China prior to attending law school.

While at law school, Jack served as Production Editor for the Journal of Contemporary Health Law & Policy, published a note discussing the application of tort liability to livestock producers under the emerging National Animal Identification System, and worked as a research assistant to former Dean Ralph Rohner.  In addition to practicing law, Jack serves as a director of the Lakeland Mine & Mill Industrial Supply Company, a relationship that began nearly one hundred years ago when his great-grandfather began working in the warehouse after his service in the First World War.

Jack Adams is an active member of the Florida Justice Association (FJA), the Central Florida Trial Lawyers Association (CFTLA), and the Orange County Bar Association (OCBA). As a member of the Florida Bar, Jack has been recognized by the Florida Supreme Court for his pro bono service and served on the Federal Practice Committee. Jack is licensed and admitted to represent clients in all Florida Courts, including all Federal District Courts.