Rebecca Adelman, a former founder of Hagwood Adelman Tipton, announced she resumed full operation of her firm, Adelman Law Firm, which was originally founded in 2001. The firm will serve Arkansas, Mississippi and Tennessee.
Adelman Law Firm’s team of legal professionals will serve the public in the areas of medical malpractice, long-term care and aging services, professional liability, general litigation, insurance defense, government tort liability, public entity defense and risk reduction and loss avoidance. As a woman-owned business, Adelman Law Firm seeks to lead and mentor women in the business, insurance and health care sectors.
Adelman is a mother, entrepreneur, influencer, thought leader and founder of Adelman Law Firm. With more than 30 years of experience, she has established herself as an expert in the legal field, as well as entrepreneurship, and has received numerous awards, including the inaugural American Assisted Living Nursing Association Ethel Mitty Heart Award and was a finalist for the Claims and Litigation Management Alliance Professional of the Year – Outside Counsel award. Locally, Adelman was named to Super Women in Business, Women to Watch, Top 10 Women in Business and Top 40 Under 40 by the Memphis Business Journal. She was also named a Memphis Power Player in Defense Litigation by Inside Memphis Business.
Adelman and her colleagues at Adelman Law Firm are servant leaders and supporters of various nonprofit organizations dedicated to the health and well-being of children through sports and education. Sixteen years ago, Adelman founded a nonprofit Montessori school to provide alternative education to children in rural Colorado.
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