Richard D. Adams
Richard D. Adams was raised on the great plains of Nebraska. After receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree from Kearney State College in 1976 he moved to Oregon. He received his law degree from Willamette University in 1980 and then started his career with the firm in October of 1980. He was a partner in the firm from 1981 until 2014 when he started his own firm, the Rogue Law Firm PC. He continues to practice with us in an “of counsel” role and devotes the rest of the time to his new firm in the same offices he’s been in since he started his career. For more information about Richard D. Adams go to: Rogue Law Firm PC.
He is on the Board of Governors of the Oregon Trial Lawyers Association and a long time member of the American Association for Justice. He represents many individuals injured through the wrongful conduct of others as well as persons injured on the job. Dick is an experienced civil litigator of claims against insurance companies, business disputes, contested estate plans, real estate and commercial matters. He also represents small businesses and individuals on business organization and transactions, real estate, estate planning, and other civil matters.
He has served as chairman and board member of the Grants Pass School District 7 and volunteer director of the Josephine County Legal Aid Program as well as all leadership positions in the Josephine County Bar Association. He has organized or served on the boards of directors of several non-profit organizations in the community including the Josephine County Board of Health and Southern Oregon Flyfishers. He is presently on the Board of Directors of the Four Way Community Foundation, a foundation which provides funding to many local non-profit organizations. Dick is particularly proud of the students he has coached on the Grants Pass High School Mock Trial Team. Off the job, he enjoys fly fishing his favorite trout and steelhead rivers of the west and tending to his back yard garden.