Thanks again to everyone who joining us in support of the Central Texas Food Bank. You met our 3-to-1 match with such great enthusiasm…
Adam Loewy is one of the most accomplished and skilled personal injury lawyers in Austin. He has dedicated his career to helping clients recover from a serious injury and then obtaining the most possible money for them. Adam has recovered tens of millions of dollars for his clients since starting his firm in 2005.
Adam is deeply committed to helping his clients in any way possible. His firm’s customer service will not be matched by any other law firm in Austin; it is truly a one-of-a-kind experience. Adam is particularly proud of the positive feedback he receives from his clients.
Adam believes strongly in helping others. Since 2013, he has donated over $500,000 to Austin-area charities.
He is especially proud of his firm’s work in supporting the Central Texas Food Bank. He has donated over $75,000 to the Food Bank and helped raise an additional $160,000 through the annual Loewy Law Firm Match Gift. Adam also actively supports Austin Pets Alive!, Texas Book Festival, LiveStrong, Texas Hillel, the Jewish Federation of Austin, and many others.
Before making his way to Austin, Adam grew up in St. Louis and then attended the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. He attended the University of Texas School of Law and graduated with Honors.
In his spare time, Adam enjoys spending time with his extraordinary wife and baby boy, traveling the world, and reading books.
Adam chairing the Momentum Dinner for Jewish Federation
Adam receiving the Joe Krassner Leadership Award
Adam on a civil rights panel with Chief of Police Manley and City Council members
Adam and his wife delivering a $25,000 Match Gift to Central Texas Food Bank
Adam and his wife, Phil, at Austin Bar Gala
Adam excelling on the Speech and Debate team in High School — always destined to be a lawyer
Adam and his wife, Phil, with their baby boy Clayton
Adam talking to media during an important trial