Adam joined Arnold & Itkin in 2014 as a law clerk, bringing with him a passion and acumen for pursuing justice for our clients. Since he started, Adam has assisted in various matters, including several jury trials. Adam joined us as an attorney in May 2016, using his courage and willingness to take on enormous challenges to fight for the injured and wronged.
When people are hurt in life-changing accidents, they need a lawyer who won’t back down from a challenge. Adam Lewis has faced some of the biggest companies in the world at trial and won. No matter how tough the fight, he’s prepared to put everything into getting his clients the best results.
Adam’s practice focuses primarily on catastrophic personal injury, maritime and offshore cases, commercial vehicle cases, premises liability, and wrongful death. He’s worked on all manner of cases—from disasters reported on nationally to serious accidents at the local level. Whatever his clients are facing, he’s prepared to take on any challenge for his clients.
Adam Lewis was born in Clear Lake, Texas. His father worked his entire career in the oil and gas industry, so Adam grew up living in Texas, Louisiana, Nigeria, Scotland, and England. After graduating high school in England, he returned to Texas to attend college at Texas Tech University. Following college, Adam lived in Houston, Texas and Park City, UT where he worked in various fields within the legal industry, including pharmaceutical litigation, commercial trucking focusing on intermodal transportation, as well as litigation support and technology. These diverse work experiences honed Adam his passion for helping others and inspired him to pursue a law degree at South Texas College of Law. During law school Adam clerked for Arnold & Itkin LLP, graduating from South Texas College of Law cum laude, and joining Arnold & Itkin LLP as a trial lawyer in 2016.
Since joining Arnold & Itkin LLP, Adam has been recognized with numerous awards for his work, including being named a Top 40 under 40 by the National Trial Lawyers, joining the Million and Multi-million Dollar Advocate Forums, being named a Sustaining Life Member of the Texas Bar foundation, and being part of the trial team that secured a Top 20 personal injury verdict for the State of Texas in 2018.
He is licensed to practice law in Texas and Louisiana.
Outside of work, Adam enjoys spending time with his wife Sarah, their twins George and Grace Louise, as well as cheering on the Houston Astros and Texas Tech football.