Adam J. Langino

Top rated Personal Injury attorney in West Palm Beach, Florida

Langino Law PLLC
Adam J. Langino
Langino Law PLLC

Practice Areas: Personal Injury, Products Liability; view more

Licensed in Florida since: 2006

Education: University of Minnesota Law School

Selected to Super Lawyers: 2022 - 2024 Selected to Rising Stars: 2010, 2015 - 2021
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Langino Law PLLC

700 S Rosemary Ave
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West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Visit website

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Adam J. Langino, the proprietor of Langino Law, is committed to aiding individuals and families in Florida and North Carolina grappling with negligent supervision, negligent services, product liability, vehicle and truck crashes, premise liability, electrocution disasters and aviation accidents. His track record boasts verdicts and settlements exceeding $25 million, a testament to his commitment to upholding justice and ensuring corporate accountability. He views it as an honor and a professional obligation to empower individuals to pursue justice against powerful entities.

A native of New York, Mr. Langino received his bachelor's degree in political science from the University of Maryland. Following graduation, he obtained his Juris Doctor cum laude at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis in 2006 while concurrently engaging in amateur boxing.

After completing his legal education, Mr. Langino relocated to West Palm Beach, Florida, where he assumed the role of an assistant public defender. Motivated by a deep-seated conviction that justice should be accessible to all, not solely the affluent, he dedicated himself to this position. Over the subsequent three years, he accrued substantial proficiency as a trial attorney, adeptly managing intricate and high-stakes cases.

Additionally, Mr. Langino’s move into the realm of plaintiff law was a logical progression in his career. He served as a lead attorney in a prominent nationwide legal organization, owning several offices across various US cities in countless cases related to transformative injuries and wrongful death incidents.

Beyond his legal pursuits, Mr. Langino maintains affiliations with prominent organizations, including the Association of Trial Lawyers of America, the Attorneys Information Exchange Group, the Palm Beach County Bar Association and The Litigation Group. Furthermore, he holds the position of trustee at the Pound Civil Justice Institute and is a board member of the American Association for Justice.

Rated with an admirable score of 10.0 on Avvo, Mr. Langino has gained notable recognition in the field of law, with a plethora of accolades to his name. The National Trial Lawyers recognized him as part of the "Top 40 Under 40" and included him in the “Top 100 Trial Lawyers” list. Furthermore, he was distinguished as a member of the Legal Elite and lauded as a Top Trial Lawyer by the Legal Guide. He also holds an AV Preeminent* peer-review rating through Martindale-Hubbell.

Mr. Langino possesses a considerable number of publications in eminent law-focused media outlets. In addition, he conducts nationwide training for fellow lawyers on subjects such as civil rights, product liability, the practice of trial and other trending legal elements.

*AV®, AV Preeminent®, Martindale-Hubbell Distinguished and Martindale-Hubbell Notable are certification marks used under license in accordance with the Martindale-Hubbell certification procedures, standards and policies. Martindale-Hubbell® is the facilitator of a peer-review rating process. Ratings reflect the anonymous opinions of members of the bar and the judiciary. Martindale-Hubbell® Peer Review Rating™ fall into two categories – legal ability and general ethical standards.

Practice areas

Personal Injury - General: Plaintiff, Personal Injury - Products: Plaintiff

Focus areas

Animal Bites, Assault, Brain Injury, Construction Accident, Dram Shop Laws, Motor Vehicle Accidents, Personal Injury - Plaintiff, Premises Liability - Plaintiff, Sexual Abuse - Plaintiff, Slip and Fall, Trucking Accidents, Wrongful Death

  • 80% Personal Injury - General: Plaintiff
  • 20% Personal Injury - Products: Plaintiff

First Admitted: 2006, Florida

Professional Webpage: https://www.langinolaw.com/about/

Verdicts/Settlements (Case Results):
  • Vehicle Accident: Personal Injury, $17,500.00 - A woman suffered cervical spine injuries after being hit by a motor vehicle while she was walking in a crosswalk.
  • Product Liability: Personal Injury, $20,000.00 - A young man suffered an injury to his ear after his paper shredder exploded during use.
  • Vehicle Accident: Personal Injury, $20,000.00 - A young man suffered cervical spine injuries after another driver improperly merged into his lane of traffic.
  • Premise Liability: Personal Injury, $22,500.00 - A woman was injured while shopping after a display stand collapsed hitting her head.
  • Premise Liability: Personal Injury, $22,500.00 - An elderly woman fractured her foot after she was hit by a supermarket employee pushing a large cart.
  • Vehicle Accident: Personal Injury, $25,000.00 - A young man suffered cervical spine injuries after another driver violated his right of way.
  • Vehicle Accident: Personal Injury, $30,000.00 - A young man suffered cervical spine injuries after being hit by an impaired driver that ran a red light.
  • Premise Liability: Personal Injury, $50,000.00 - An elderly woman fractured her knee after slipping on a wet substance at a shopping mall.
  • Vehicle Accident: Personal Injury, $50,000.00 - A woman suffered cervical spine injuries after being hit by a motor vehicle that improperly switched lanes of traffic.
  • Vehicle Accident: Personal Injury, $50,000.00 - A man suffered cervical spine injuries after being hit by a motor vehicle that violated his right of way.
  • Vehicle Accident: Personal Injury, $55,000.00 - A man suffered cervical spine injuries after being hit by a motor vehicle that ran a red light.
  • Premise Liability: Personal Injury, $69,500.00 - An elderly man was injured when his chair collapsed at a resort, causing a back injury.
  • Vehicle Accident: Personal Injury, $70,000.00 - An elderly woman suffered cervical spine injuries after being hit by a motor vehicle that failed to stop in time.
  • Product Liability: Personal Injury, $80,000.00 - A young man required hip surgery after falling through an improperly designed roof hatch.
  • Vehicle Accident: Personal Injury, $100,000.00 - An elderly woman required elbow surgery after being hit by motor vehicle that violated her right of way.
  • Negligent Security: Personal Injury, $100,000.00 - A woman suffered injuries after being assaulted by an inmate at her place of business.
  • Negligent Supervision: Personal Injury, $115,000.00 - An infant suffered minor burn injuries after a caretaker left her coffee unattended.
  • Premise Liability: Personal Injury, $125,000.00 - An elderly woman suffered a fracture after an automatic door improperly closed on her at a business.
  • Premise Liability: Personal Injury, $125,000.00 - An elderly woman suffered a fracture after tripping on a known unsafe condition at a business. 
  • Vehicle Accident: Personal Injury, $175,000.00 - A man suffered soft tissue cervical spine injuries after being hit in a T-bone collision by another driver.
  • Premise Liability: Catastrophic Injury, $200,000.00 - A woman suffered a fracture after tripping on a known unsafe condition at a business.
  • Aviation: Catastrophic Injury, $235,000.00 - A man suffered a mild traumatic brain injury after his employer provided him with unsafe equipment.
  • Electrocution: Catastrophic Injury, $250,000.00 - A man was electrocuted by a powerline that should have been deactivated.
  • Vehicle Accident: Catastrophic Injury, $266,936.79 - A man suffered soft tissue cervical spine injuries after being rear-ended.
  • Premise Liability: Catastrophic Injury, $275,000.00 - An elderly woman suffered a fracture after being hit by electric scooter while she was shopping.
  • Truck Accident: Catastrophic Injury, $337,500.00 - A man required multiple wrist surgeries after being hit by a garbage truck.
  • Product Liability: Catastrophic Injury, $357,000.00 - A 4-year-old suffered a mild traumatic brain injury due a booster seat's defectively designed and marketed restraint system.
  • Negligent Security: Catastrophic Injury, $410,000.00 - A young man suffered a traumatic brain injury after being assaulted in front of a bar.
  • Vehicle Accident: Catastrophic Injury, $450,000.00 - A woman was injured by a motor vehicle that jumped a curb because its driver hit the vehicle's gas instead of its brakes.
  • Truck Accident: Catastrophic Injury, $510,000.00 - A man required spine surgery after being rear-ended on the interstate by a tractor trailer driver who failed to maintain a proper lookout.
  • Truck Accident: Catastrophic Injury, $510,000.00 - A young man suffered a mild traumatic brain injury after hitting a tractor trailer that was illegally stopped on the highway.
  • Civil Rights: Wrongful Death, $562,500.00 - An unarmed young man with mental health issues was shot and killed by police.
  • Dram Shop: Catastrophic Injury, $575,000.00 - A young man was seriously injured as a passenger in a motor vehicle accident whose driver was overserved at a bar.
  • Product Liability: Catastrophic Injury, $725,000.00 - A man required multiple knee surgeries due to a defectively manufactured replacement.
  • Vehicle Accident: Catastrophic Injury, $850,000.00 - A young man was catastrophically injured while riding a motorcycle after driver entered an intersection violating his right of way.
  • Negligent Security: Wrongful Death, $950,000.00 - A teenager drowned in a condominium's swimming pool that was not properly secured or monitored.
  • Negligent Supervision: Wrongful Death, Confidential Settlement - A sober home patient overdosed after the sober home hid him in a motel knowing he was using illegal narcotics.
  • Product Liability: Property Damage, $1,000,000.00 - A family's home was destroyed in a house fire due to improperly installed spray foam insulation.
  • Negligent Security: Catastrophic Injury, $1,000,000.00 - Policy limit settlement for a young woman who was shot in a parking lot at night.
  • Dram Shop: Catastrophic Injury, $1,100,000.00 - A husband was catastrophically injured by an impaired driver who entered oncoming lanes of traffic after being overserved at a bar causing a collision with the husband's motor vehicle.
  • Negligent Supervision: Negligence, $1,300,000.00 - A 6-year-old suffered a brain injury due to a delay in medical attention after the child's special needs transportation driver failed to timely recognize that she was not breathing.
  • Truck Accident: Catastrophic Injury, $1,950,000.00 - A man was injured while working on the side of the road when a truck hit another vehicle off the roadway.
  • Truck Accident: Wrongful Death, $2,250,000.00 - A tractor trailer driver had a medical event causing him to enter oncoming lanes of traffic causing a collision with decedent's motor vehicle.
  • Truck Accident: Wrongful Death, $2,500,000.00 - A tractor trailer driver entered an intersection without maintaining a proper lookout causing a collision with decedent's tractor trailer.
  • Truck Accident: Catastrophic Injury, $15,750,000.00 - Local counsel for a man whose leg was traumatically amputated by a forklift that was unsafely operated by another.
  • Vehicle Accident: Wrongful Death, Policy Limit - A young man was killed as passenger in a motor vehicle that was operated carelessly by its driver.
  • Vehicle Accident: Wrongful Death, Policy Limit - A young woman suffered a miscarriage after being struck by a motor vehicle that ran a red light. 
  • Truck Accident: Wrongful Death, Policy Limit - A tractor trailer driver failed to maintain a proper lookout causing a collision with the motor vehicle in which decedent was a passenger.
  • Vehicle Accident: Catastrophic Injury, Policy Limit - A man suffered a leg amputation after being hit by a motor vehicle while walking his dog.
  • Product Liability: Catastrophic Injury, Confidential Arbitration Award - A young adult incurred severe burns after his new cell phone exploded in his pocket.
  • Vehicle Accident: Personal Injury, Defense verdict - A young woman suffered a hand injury in a motor vehicle accident.
  • Negligent Supervision: Wrongful Death, Confidential Settlement - A recent arrestee overdosed in a holding cell while under the supervision of a jail.
  • Negligence Supervision: Catastrophic Injury, Confidential Settlement - An autistic young adult dehydrated at a summer camp for special needs adults due to lack of supervision.
  • Product Liability: Wrongful Death, Confidential Settlement - A 3-month-old was killed due to a defective infant seat belt buckle that broke in an automobile collision.
  • Product Liability: Catastrophic Injury, Confidential Settlement - A young adult was catastrophically injured resulting in tetraplegia due to the roof collapse of a truck in which he was a passenger.
  • Product Liability: Catastrophic Injury, Confidential Settlement - A 4-year-old was catastrophically injured resulting in tetraplegia due to a booster seat's defectively designed and marketed restraint system.
  • Negligent Service: Wrongful Death, Confidential Settlement - A disabled person was mechanically asphyxiated due to a service/repair issue with his motorized wheelchair preventing him from placing it in reverse.
Bar/Professional Activity:
  • Trustee, Pound Civil Justice Institute: The Pound Civil Justice Institute is a national legal think tank that offers an informed, balanced view of issues affecting the U.S. civil justice system. Pound's programs provide opportunities for open dialogue among judges, legal academics, policymakers, and attorneys on issues vital to civil justice. Since 2015, Adam has been a trustee of the Pound Civil Justice Institute, 2023.
  • Section Chair, Products Liability, Class Action & Mass Torts Section, North Carolina Association for Justice: Founded in 1962, the North Carolina Association for Justice (formerly the North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers) is the third-largest trial lawyers association in the nation. NCAJ is a nonpartisan association of legal professionals dedicated to empowering a strong community of trial lawyers by protecting people, preventing injustice, and promoting fairness. NCAJ's Products Liability, Class Action & Mass Torts Section is comprised of leading lawyers across North Carolina. Since 2021, Adam has been a chair, 2023.
  • Section Chair, Products Liability Section, American Association for Justice: Founded in 1972, the American Association of Justice (formerly the Association of Trial Lawyers of America) is a non-profit organization dedicated to defending Americans' right to trial by jury. Its Product Liability Section is comprised of various leading lawyers across the U.S. Since 2016, Adam has been a chair, 2023.
  • Fellow, Leadership Academy, American Association for Justice: Founded in 1972, the American Association of Justice (formerly the Association of Trial Lawyers of America) is a non-profit organization dedicated to defending Americans' right to trial by jury. AAJ's Leadership Academy provides training to highly qualified and talented members, in particular those who are underrepresented within the association, to help make them more effective leaders in AAJ, in their law firms, and in their communities. In 2015, Adam was selected to be a fellow in AAJ's Leadership Academy, 2015.
Scholarly Lectures/Writings:
  • The Florida Justice Association's “Journal” is the voice of authority on legal trends and case law updates for Florida plaintiff lawyers. Adam Langino's article, "Sexual Battery - A Civil Dilemma," was published in FJA Journal Issue 550 and discusses how Florida's laws fails to protect child victims from their assailants in civil litigation., Author, Sexual Battery - A Civil Dilemma, FJA Journal
  • Motor vehicle injuries are a leading cause of death among children in the United States. In 2014, 603 children ages 12 years and younger died as occupants in motor vehicle crashes, and more than 121,350 were injured. However, using age and size-appropriate car seats, booster seats, and seat belts reduces the risk of severe and fatal injuries to children. This article provides helpful information to parents and caregivers about when it is appropriate to transition their child from a child seat to a booster seat., Booster Seats vs. Harness Seats: A Safety Guide for Parents
  • If a person is killed by the negligence of another in North Carolina or Florida a wrongful death lawsuit may be brought against the responsible party. The statute of limitations to bring a lawsuit in both states is two years from the date of death. That means that if a lawsuit is not filed by that time, then a wrongful death claim cannot be brought – regardless of the circumstances. The following may be helpful if you are contemplating filing a wrongful death lawsuit in either state., Wrongful Death: A Guide for Survivors
  • Many disabled persons rely on complex rehabilitative technology (“CRT”) service companies to properly order, supply, repair, and replace their equipment so they can participate in their community. As disabled persons say, “their wheels are their legs.” Unfortunately, sometimes CRT service is untimely, incomplete, or incorrect. The following information may be helpful if you have an issue with a CRT service company., Adaptive Equipment Service and Repair: A Guide for Disabled Persons and Caregivers
  • Businesses are required to provide a reasonably safe environment. That includes a place where customers or visitors are protected from criminal activity, like robbery or assault. The following article discusses common security issues and the types of evidence that must be uncovered to bring a successful lawsuit., Negligent Security: A Guide for Victims
  • *Is my baby safe in his or her crib? * All parents remember the stress of waking up and continually checking on the safety of their new child. As a trial lawyer who helps families whose children are injured by dangerous or defective products, I have investigated crib and infant sleep safety issues. Here’s what I've learned., Safe Sleep: A Guide for Parents and Caregivers
  • This article explains what a "Choking Hazard" warning means and provides helpful information for parents on how to select safe toys for their children and how to handle a choking event., What is a Choking Hazard? A Safety Guide for Parents
  • This article explores the safety benefits of an anti-rebound bar, which is a safety feature in many infant seats. It also provides helpful information to parents and caregiviers on some of the safey standards that apply to infant seats in the U.S. and abroad., Infant Seats - What is an Anti-Rebound Bar?
  • Truck collisions are brutal. Unfortunately, they are more common than ever. In 2019, 5,237 large trucks and buses were involved in fatal crashes, a 2-percent increase from 2018. The following article explains some rules governing truck safety, some safety tips for vehicle drivers, and some information about what to do after a truck collision., Commercial Truck Collisions: A Guide for the Injured and Their Families
  • This article explains how contingency personal injury lawyers are typically paid. What does contingency mean? Do you ever owe any money out of pocket? What is the typical fee? Read the article to get the answer to this question and more., How Are Contingency Lawyers Paid?
  • This article explains why some e-cigarettes are dangerous and provides helpful advice if you or someone your love is injured by an e-cigarette explosion., E-cigarettes: Why are they Dangerous?
  • This article has helpful information for parents and caregivers on how to protect their children from common household poisons, like medicine, cleaning products, and such., Household Poisons? Some Easy Safety Tips for Families
  • This article contains helpful information for parents and caregivers on what types of window coverings are safe for small children. It also provides information on what someone should do if they or someone they love is injured due to a window cord strangulation hazard., Safe Window Coverings: A Guide for Families
  • Many personal injury lawsuits are based on the concept of negligence. In an injury lawsuit, an injured person, the plaintiff, attempts to prove that another person or corporation’s negligence, the defendant, caused them harm. This article discusses the concept of negligence and the types of damages available to a person harmed by the negligence of another., What is Negligence?
  • Before hiring a lawyer, you need to know about their philosophy towards practicing law. If the lawyer you hire cannot express why they choose their profession, then that lawyer may not be a good fit for your claim. In this article Adam Langino expresses his thoughts on the practice of law and the qualities he believes make a good lawyer., What Makes a Good Attorney?
  • What happens if the other side destroys evidence? That's a good question. Hiring a lawyer that knows how to holds defendants accountable for destroying evidence is a good first step. This article explains what happens when the other side destroys evidence that could have helped you prove your claim., What Happens When the Other Side Destroys Evidence?
  • This article discusses who may be accountable when someone suffers a drowning injury. It reviews the safety rules that public pool operators should follow and the causes of action available to someone injured due to drowning., Drowning Lawsuits: The Safety Rules and Causes of Actions for Injured Persons
  • What is pain and suffering damages? This article discusses the concept of pain and suffering damages and provides some helpful information if the negligence of another injures you or someone you care about., What are Pain and Suffering Damages?
  • There’s a hidden secret in the legal profession that outsiders may not be aware of… bogus legal awards. This article sheds light on the legal award industry and shares some information about the awards that mean something., What does it mean to be selected as a “Best Lawyer” or “Super Lawyer”?
  • Did you know that in 2017 over 91,000 police-reported crashes involved drowsy drivers? Drowsy driving is particularly dangerous when commercial trucks are involved. This article discusses the rules that help prevent drowsy driving by commercial truck drivers., What You Need to Know About Drowsy Truck Driving and Collisions
  • If you or someone you love is injured or killed by the wrongful act of someone else, then there are many different types of damages you can seek to make you whole for the losses you have suffered. This article discusses what happens if a person cannot return to work due to an injury (or death)., What happens if I cannot work because of my injury?
  • This article discusses the U.S. government’s efforts to keep dangerous toys from reaching our children. It also reviews the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission’s most recent statistics concerning injuries to children due to unsafe products. Finally, it discusses a relatively new safety standard for infant slings., Dangerous Toys - Helpful Information for Parents
  • This article discusses the statute of repose in Florida. Florida’s statute of repose says that in most cases, you cannot sue a product manufacturer – even if it is defective – if the product is over twelve years old. Many states have statutes of repose, but some do not., What if an old and defective product hurts me?
  • Collisions with a tractor-trailer (or 18-wheeler) often result in catastrophic injuries for motor vehicle occupants. Typically, the truck driver walks away, and the person they hit is airlifted to the nearest hospital. That means the police only speak to the truck driver to find out how the collision occurred. This article discusses the electronic evidence available to an injured person to help them refute the one-sided story the truck driver inevitably gives to the police about who is at fault., How to Find the ELD Data to Prove the Truck Driver is at Fault
  • This article contains helpful information for those persons injured by dangerous water at Camp Lejeune between August 1, 1953, through December 31, 1987. It explains the water contamination problem, what diseases are associated with the problem, and how to file a claim., Camp Lejeune: Claim Fact Sheet
  • If you or someone you love is catastrophically injured or was killed by the negligence of another, selecting the right attorney is the most important decision you will make. This article discusses the factors you need to consider when choosing an attorney., Selecting the Best Personal Injury Attorney for your Case.
  • From birthday parties at trampoline gyms to school sports permission slips, if you have children, you’ve likely signed a pre-injury liability waiver on behalf of them without giving it a second thought. But what happens if your child is seriously injured? Does the waiver you signed on behalf of your child bar a personal injury claim? Unfortunately, the laws on pre-injury liability waivers can be complicated to navigate. This article will give you a brief overview of how courts are likely to evaluate a liability waiver signed on behalf of a child., Pre-Injury Liability Waivers: Can I Waive Away My Child’s Right to Recover Damages after an Accident?
  • Road accidents are one of the leading causes of death in the United States. Unfortunately, most of these deaths and car accident injuries are preventable. If your child has suffered due to a car accident in North Carolina, you may be looking for answers, consolation, or other forms of relief to best care for an injured child or help you grieve the loss of your loved one. This article will provide a brief overview of ways to prevent child injuries in car accidents, as well as how to respond if your child is hurt or killed due to a road accident., Car Accidents Involving Children: What You Should Know If Your Child Was in an Accident in North Carolina
  • Sports are a fun and essential way to keep kids active. They also help build life skills like cooperation, teamwork, self-reliance, and responsibility. However, with all the positive effects of sports comes increased risk of physical injury. Does this mean children shouldn’t play sports? Of course, not; the benefits far outweigh the risks. However, it does mean that it’s important to be aware of the risks and to take precautions to try to minimize risks of sports-related injuries for your children. Sports injuries can also carry long-term consequences that can be both physically, emotionally, and financially harmful to your child and to your family. This article aims to help you understand the risks of sports-related injuries, as well as how to respond to protect your child in the unfortunate event that they suffer a serious injury from playing sports., Youth Sports Injuries: What to Know to Minimize Risk, and How to Proceed if Your Child Has Suffered an Injury
  • The features typically considered by consumers when choosing a product include quality, pricing, novelty, functionality, and brand reputation. What happens when the carefully selected (or hastily purchased) item has hidden faults that can bring unexpected dangers into your home? This article explores that issue (and more), Consumer Recalls: What to Know and How to Handle a Hazardous Product
  • Inclined infant sleepers gained popularity after Fisher-Price introduced the Rock ‘n Play in 2009. The sleeper was praised for helping infants sleep faster and longer due to its “nest-like” comfort, the inclined resting position, and the automatic rocking feature. However, the Rock ‘n Play, and similar inclined infant sleepers came under scrutiny after reports of infant deaths while using the sleepers unsupervised. The Rock ‘n Play recall was massive, pulling nearly 5 million dangerous sleepers off the market after being tied to over 70 infant deaths. You may have heard about or seen reports of inclined sleeper recalls over the last several years, but recent legislative developments have raised the bar for safety to prevent inclined infant sleepers from being manufactured or sold in the U.S. This article will explain how inclined infant sleepers went from the go-to product for parents to a federally banned product pulled off shelves and prohibited from resale., Inclined Sleepers Banned: What You Need to Know and How to Keep Your Infant Safe
  • In 2022, Adam Langino presented nationally to attorneys across the U.S. concerning defective child seats and how to successfully prosecute claims involving injured children., Presenter, Child Safety, American Association for Justice
  • In 2018, at AAJ's Annual Convention in Denver, CO, Adam Langino presented to attorneys across the U.S. tips for reporting police abuse and key steps to take in prosecuting police abuse claims., Presenter, Police Abuse, American Association for Justice
  • In 2023, at AAJ's Annual Convention in Philadelphia, PA, Adam Langino organized and moderated a full-day CLE for national group of product liability attorneys., Moderator, Product Liability, American Association for Justice
  • In 2021, Adam Langino presented to attorneys across the U.S. tips on identifying guardrail defects and how to prosecute catastrophic injury claims., Presenter, Guardrail Litigation, Strafford Publications
  • In 2019, at AIEG's Summer conference in Sun Valley, ID, Adam Langino presented to attorneys across the U.S. on how to use federal databases to find helpful information to prosecute complex claims., Presenter, Federal Databases, AIEG
  • In 2017, at the National Trial Lawyers Summit in Miami, FL, Adam Langino presented to attorneys across the U.S. on how to prepare expert witnesses for cross-examination and how to defend against expert challenges., Presenter, Expert Witnesses, National Trial Lawyers Summit
  • In 2017, Adam Langino presented to attorneys across the U.S. on how to handle electronic preservation requests and how to seek electronic information., Presenter, Electronic Preservation, American Association for Justice
  • In 2017, Adam Langino presented to attorneys across the U.S. on key things to remember when working with electronically stored information., Presenter, Electronic Discovery, Thompson Reuters
  • In 2020, at AAJ's Annual Convention in Chicago, IL, Adam Langino presented nationally to attorneys across the U.S. concerning how to handle claims where there is a defect in a child's booster or five-point harness safety seat., Presenter, Child Seat Defects, American Association for Justice
  • The Florida Justice Association's “Journal” is the voice of authority on legal trends and case law updates for Florida plaintiff lawyers. Adam Langino's article, “Victim of Its Own Success? Trifecta of Product Liability Trouble Befalls Peloton,” published in FJA Journal Issue 622 discusses the safety defects in Peloton's treadmill products and explains the legal implications for injured consumers., Author, Victim of Its Own Success? Trifecta of Product Liability Trouble Befalls Peloton, FJA Journal
  • The Florida Justice Association's “Journal” is the voice of authority on legal trends and case law updates for Florida plaintiff lawyers. Adam Langino's article, “Talcum Powder: Link to Ovarian Cancer,” was published in FJA Journal Issue 590 and discusses how studies are linking talcum powder use to ovarian cancer and the legal implications for injured consumers., Author, Talcum Powder: Link to Ovarian Cancer, FJA Journal
  • The Florida Justice Association's “Journal” is the voice of authority on legal trends and case law updates for Florida plaintiff lawyers. Adam Langino's article, “Rethinking Florida's Statute of Repose for Automotive Product Liability,” published in FJA journal Issue 604 discusses how Florida's statute of repose may no longer protect consumers from defective automobiles because of the increasing average age of vehicles on the road., Author, Rethinking Florida's Statute of Repose for Automotive Product Liability, FJA Journal
  • The Florida Justice Association's “Journal” is the voice of authority on legal trends and case law updates for Florida plaintiff lawyers. Adam Langino's article, “Recovery for Injured Workers Outside Florida's Workers' Compensation System,” published in FJA Journal Issue 602 discusses when employees can attempt to hold their employers or third parties accountable for causing their injury., Author, Recovery for Injured Workers Outside Florida's Workers' Compensation System, FJA Journal
  • The Florida Justice Association's “Journal” is the voice of authority on legal trends and case law updates for Florida plaintiff lawyers. Adam Langino's article, “Florida's Autonomous Vehicle Law - 2016: First State to Legalize Fully Self-Driving Cars,” published in FJA Journal Issue 594 discusses how Florida was one of the first states to allow self-driving cars on its roadways and the safety implications associated with such activity., Author, Florida's Autonomous Vehicle Law - 2016: First State to Legalize Fully Self-Driving Cars, FJA Journal
  • In 2022, Adam Langino presented to North Carolina attorneys concerning tips on handling catastrophic injury claims for minor children., Presenter, Complex Litigation, North Carolina Advocates for Justice, 2022
  • In 2022, Adam Langino presented nationally to attorneys across the U.S. concerning defective child seats and how to successfully prosecute claims involving injured children., Presenter, Child Safety, American Association for Justice, 2022
  • The Florida Justice Association's “Journal” is the voice of authority on legal trends and case law updates for Florida plaintiff lawyers. Adam Langino's article, “Choking Hazards,” was published in FJA Journal Issue 620 and discusses what the federal government defines as a choking hazard and the science behind that decision., Author, Choking Hazards, FJA Journal, 2021
  • The Florida Justice Association's “Journal” is the voice of authority on legal trends and case law updates for Florida plaintiff lawyers. Adam Langino's article, “Amazon: Earth's Most Customer-Centric Company?” was published in FJA Journal Issue 616 and discusses the legal issues surrounding holding Amazon accountable for selling dangerous products., Author, Amazon: Earth's Most Customer-Centric Company, FJA Journal, 2020
  • The American Association for Justice's “Trial Magazine” is AAJ's award-winning flagship publication for attorneys, law professors, judges, and other members of the legal community. Adam Langino's article, “Accountability Across Borders,” was published in AAJ's Trial Magazine Volume 55, No. 11 and discusses the legal challenges in holding foreign product manufacturers accountable for causing harm in the U.S., Author, Accountability Across Borders, Trial Magazine, 2019
  • The Florida Justice Association's “Journal” is the voice of authority on legal trends and case law updates for Florida plaintiff lawyers. Adam Langino's article, “E-Cigarettes: An Exploding Market,” published in FJA Journal Issue 606 discusses the dangers of lithium-ion batteries being used in vaping devices and explains why vaping explosions cause significant injuries., Author, E-Cigarettes: An Exploding Market, FJA Journal, 2019
  • The Florida Justice Association's “Journal” is the voice of authority on legal trends and case law updates for Florida plaintiff lawyers. Adam Langino's article, “Child Safety,” was published in FJA Journal Issue 609 and discusses the dangers associated with incline infant sleepers., Author, Child Safety, FJA Journal, 2019
  • The American Association for Justice's “Trial Magazine” is AAJ's award-winning flagship publication for attorneys, law professors, judges, and other members of the legal community. Adam Langino's article, “Blind Spots in Booster Seats,” was published in January 2018 discusses the booster seat's industry wrongful practices in marketing booster seats as safe for younger or smaller children., Author, Blind Spots in Booster Seats, Trial Magazine, 2018
  • The Florida Justice Association's “Journal” is the voice of authority on legal trends and case law updates for Florida plaintiff lawyers. Adam Langino's article, “Dangerous Toys” was published in FJA Journal Issue 596 and discusses several recent toys that were recalled and the reasons for each recall., Author, Dangerous Toys, FJA Journal, 2017
  • The Florida Justice Association's “Journal” is the voice of authority on legal trends and case law updates for Florida plaintiff lawyers. Adam Langino's article, “A Gap in Child Seat Safety,” was published in FJA Journal Issue 592 and evaluates the best practices for using booster seats with children and explains the safety issues with how the child seat industry markets booster seats., Author, “A Gap in Child Seat Safety,” FJA Journal, FJA Journal, 2016
  • The Florida Justice Association's “Journal” is the voice of authority on legal trends and case law updates for Florida plaintiff lawyers. Adam Langino's article “Ethanol-Based Fuels May Suggest High Blood Alcohol Level in Client Automobile Crashes," published in FJA Journal Issue 574 discusses how ethanol fuels may artificially increase an injured person's blood alcohol level in fuel-fed fires., Author, Ethanol-Based Fuels May Suggest High Blood Alcohol Level in Client Automobile Crashes, FJA Journal, 2014
Honors/Awards:
  • Founded in 1991, Super Lawyers selects attorneys using a patented multiphase selection process. Each candidate is evaluated on 12 indicators of peer recognition and professional achievement. Only 2.5% of attorneys under 40 years old are selected as Rising Stars. From 2015 to 2019, Adam was recognized as a Rising Star., Rising Star, Super Lawyers (Thomson Reuters)
  • Founded in 1991, Super Lawyers selects attorneys using a patented multiphase selection process. Each candidate is evaluated on 12 indicators of peer recognition and professional achievement. Only 2.5% to 5% of attorneys are selected as Super Lawyers. From 2020 to the present, Adam has been recognized as a Super Lawyer., Super Lawyer, Super Lawyers (Thomson Reuters)
  • Each year, BNC sends ballot notices to every member of the N.C. State Bar living in North Carolina — asking each a simple question: of the North Carolina lawyers whose work you have observed firsthand, whom would you rate among the current best? Those receiving the most votes make up the Legal Elite. Of the thousands practicing in the state, approximately 4% were selected as Elite this year., Legal Elite, Business North Carolina, 2023
  • Since 2002, South Florida Legal Guide publishes a listing of Top Lawyers. Selections are based entirely on peer nominations. The nominations are reviewed by South Florida Legal Guide's editorial department. Accomplishments and other factors that may attest to the individual's credentials are taken into consideration. In 2017, 2018, 2020, and 2021 Adam was recognized as a Top Lawyer by South Florida Legal Guide., Top Lawyers, South Florida Legal Guide, 2021
  • Since 2003, Florida Trend has been naming its Legal Elite. Less than 2% of active Florida Bar members practicing in Florida appear among the exclusive Florida Legal Elite. Florida Trend invites all in-state members of the Florida Bar to name attorneys for consideration and votes are tabulated using an outside vendor. In 2014, 2015, and 2018, Adam was recognized as a Florida Legal Elite., Legal Elite, Florida Trend, 2018
  • Founded in 1972, the American Association of Justice (formerly the Association of Trial Lawyers of America) is a non-profit organization dedicated to defending Americans' right to trial by jury. The Excellence Award is presented by AAJ's New Lawyers' Division to lawyers that have made a significant positive impact on their community. In 2014, Adam was awarded the Excellence Award by AAJ for his volunteer efforts in the community., Excellence Award, American Association of Justice, 2014
  • Founded in 1981, Best Lawyers is one of the original lawyer ranking organizations. Candidates are chosen based on feedback from their colleagues. Best Lawyers' methodology is designed to capture, as accurately as possible, the consensus opinion of leading lawyers about the professional abilities of their colleagues within the same geographical area and legal practice area. From 2020 to the present, Adam has been recognized as a Best Lawyer in America., Best Lawyer, Best Lawyers in America, 2023
  • For more than 130 years, Martindale-Hubbell has been evaluating attorneys for their strong legal ability and high ethical standards through a Peer Review Rating system. AV Preeminent is the highest peer rating standard. This is given to attorneys who are ranked at the highest level of professional excellence for their legal expertise, communication skills, and ethical standards by their peers. Since 2013, Adam has held an AV Preeminent Rating., AV Preeminent Rating, Martindale Hubbell, 2023
Educational Background:
  • University of Maryland, Major: Political Science

Office location for Adam J. Langino

700 S Rosemary Ave
Suite 204
West Palm Beach, FL 33401

Phone: 561-708-4361

Selections

3 Years Super Lawyers
8 Years Rising Stars
  • Super Lawyers: 2022 - 2024
  • Rising Stars: 2010, 2015 - 2021

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