Adam Levy, Esq. is the managing member of Levy & Levy, LLC. He founded this insurance defense firm in 2005. Today, Levy & Levy, LLC, has a presence throughout Florida, Georgia, Illinois, and Pennsylvania and handles workers’ compensation, employment law, subrogation, and general liability on behalf of a number of Fortune 500 companies. In 1988, Adam graduated from the University of Virginia where he was a member of the Jefferson Literary and Debating Society. He earned his J.D. degree in 1993 at the Dickinson School of Law, where he was a member of the Trial Moot Court.
Adam is a member of the Florida Bar, Workers’ Compensation Section, as well as the United States District Court for the Northern, Middle and Southern Districts of Florida. Adam is licensed by the Florida Department of Financial Services to provide adjusters with Continuing Education Units (CEUs). He has served as the CEU class presenter for Florida’s major carriers. He was a seminar presenter in July 2017 on “Personal Injury & Wrongful Death ‑ Recent Caselaw” for the Florida Association of Self Insured (FASI). Since 2013, Adam has edited and written a Florida Workers’ Compensation Digest update with a semi‑weekly circulation of over 2,500 claim handlers. He also edits and writes for Levy & Levy’s General Liability Caselaw Digest. In 2021, he authored an article “120-Day Rule – Evidentiary Considerations from a Defense Perspective” for the Workers’ Compensation Section of the FL Bar.
Adam has brought over 40 cases to adjudication with final orders in workers’ compensation. Trials include the following adjudications: a defense verdict denying knee compensability; a defense verdict based on a fraud defense due to an employee earnings report misrepresentation; a defense verdict based on fraud found relating to two dates of accident, and where there was a pending claim for permanent total disability; a defense verdict finding that further treatment was not related to the work accident following a compensable cervical fusion; a defense verdict where psychiatric and urologic treatment were denied, and apportionment of 25% was awarded; a defense verdict finding the treating physician’s recommended fusion was not work related; a defense verdict awarding an apportionment of 30%. In addition, Adam has prevailed in two Georgia workers’ compensation trials pro hac vice. Adam has tried over 100 cases before juries, including acquittals in three capital trials.