Attorney Adam W. Bragee is an associate at Simmons Hanly Conroy where he focuses his practice on helping individuals and families impacted by asbestos-related diseases including mesothelioma.
Adam prepares his clients for all stages of the litigation process, including initial interviews, investigation, discovery, depositions, and trial. While litigating for clients, Adam believes in being available and willing to answer questions that might help make the situation easier for his clients and their families.
“It’s a privilege to advocate for people and their families who are suffering from a preventable disease,” Adam said. “While no amount of money can undo the wrong my clients have suffered, it is my mission to ensure they receive the compensation they deserve.”
Adam graduated from Southern Illinois University School of Law in 2014. He also received his Bachelor’s degree in accounting from Southern Illinois University in 2011, where he graduated cum laude.
“Growing up in Marion, Illinois, many of my friends and family worked in the same trades as the individuals and families I represent.” Adam said. “Through high school and college, I had a lawn care business and spent my summers flipping apartments and working in maintenance. I can relate to my clients and provide a unique prospective for them because of this work history and I am motivated to fight on their behalf.”
Adam is a member of the Madison County Bar Association, where he serves as recording secretary. He is admitted to practice law in Illinois and the United States District Court for the Southern District. Before joining the firm, his practice focused on personal injury cases. Adam has first-chair jury trial and bench trial experience. Adam has also successfully argued before the Fifth District Appellate Court of Illinois.
During his free time, Adam enjoys playing golf and basketball with his friends. He and his wife, Alison, reside in Glen Carbon, Illinois, where they are parishioners at St. Boniface Catholic Church.