MEET ADAM SHAPIRO
Adam Shapiro is an up and coming injury attorney. He has been recognized as a Rising Star and holds recognition from AVVO and Martindale Hubbell. If you, or a loved one, have been injured in an accident Shapiro I Delgado can help. To learn more about Adam please read his full bio below.
Adam Shapiro received his law degree, with honors, from Stetson University College of Law. After finishing his first year of law school ranked in the top five percent of his class, Mr. Shapiro was invited to join the prestigious Stetson Law Review and was awarded a merit-based scholarship for his achievements. While in law school, he focused on courses related to Personal Injury and wrote a Case Note on Worley v. Central Florida Young Men’s Christian Association Inc., a pivotal Florida Supreme Court case in his chosen field. He edited numerous articles published by the Stetson Law Review Journal. Mr. Shapiro passed the Florida Bar Exam on his first attempt in September of 2017.
Prior to attending law school, Adam Shapiro worked in the medical field at Bowes Imaging Center helping accident victims receive medical care. During his three years in law school, Mr. Shapiro worked for two prominent Personal Injury Law Firms including a Sarasota law firm, Shapiro, Goldman, Babboni, Fernandez, & Walsh and a Tampa law firm, Harmon, Woods, Parker, & Abrunzo. His experience includes handling auto-accidents, uninsured/underinsured motorist claims, first-party property claims, scar cases, HIPAA compliance, insurance denials, slip and falls, commercial trucking cases, premises liability, sexual harassment, invasion of privacy, defamation and watercraft accidents.
Adam Shapiro is an active member of his local community. Before attending college, he volunteered at the Special Olympics and Habitat for Humanity. During law school, he volunteered at Gulfcoast Legal Services’ Low-Income Tax-Payer Clinic and Metropolitan Ministries in order to help poverty-stricken people receive free legal advice. After graduating, Adam has volunteered for local political campaigns and participated in beach clean-ups in Sarasota and Manatee County.