A native of Northwest Indiana, Adam J. Sedia focuses on complex litigation matters, with particular focus on medical malpractice litigation defense and appellate cases. He frequently litigates cases before the Indiana appellate courts and the Seventh Circuit, and decisions from his cases have addressed evidentiary, contract, employment, and even criminal issues. Additionally, he handles all aspects of complex civil, commercial, and probate litigation at the trial level in state and federal courts in Indiana and Illinois.
Mr. Sedia is involved in the local legal community and served as the Lake County Bar Association’s 32nd president in 2017.
Mr. Sedia is also a prize-winning poet. He has published three volumes of poetry, and his works have appeared in The Chained Muse Review, Indiana Voice Journal, and the Journal of The Society of Classical Poets.
“UM/UIM Claims arising from Out-of-State Injuries: A Possible Limitation to Stanley v. Walker?” Verdict Magazine (Indiana Trial Lawyers’ Association), Vol. 38 No. 2 (Spring 2017).
“Coverage and Privity: The Contours of Bad Faith,” Verdict Magazine (Indiana Trial Lawyers’ Association), Vol. 38 No. 1 (Winter 2017).
“Knowing Your Neighbor: A Primer on Indiana Tort-Related Law for Illinois Lawyers,” Trial Journal Magazine (Illinois Trial Lawyers’ Association), Vol. 17, No. 1 (Winter 2015) (co-authored with William A. Vlasek).
“Is the Act of God Defense Still Viable in Indiana,” Verdict Magazine (Indiana Trial Lawyers’ Association), Vol. 36, No. 3 (Fall 2015).
“Storming the Last Bastion: the Patent Reform Act of 2007 and Its Assault on the Superior First-to-Invent System,” DePaul Journal of Art, Technology, and Intellectual Property Law, Fall 2007