7135 E. Camelback Road, Suite 230, Scottsdale, AZ 85251
855-722-5529

Adam J. Rack

Adam J. Rack

Managing Member

Contact
P. 602-903-7017
F. 602-903-7061
E. adamrack@racklawgroup.com

Education
University of Florida
(J.D., cum laude 2003)
Member of Journal of Law & Public Policy

Member of John Marshall
Bar Association
Boston College
(B.A., cum laude 2000)

Bar Admissions
Arizona

Florida

Rack Law Group’s managing member Adam Rack has been practicing personal injury law for the past 14 years. His focus has been on motor vehicle accidents, wrongful death, medical malpractice, and slip-and-fall claims.

Adam attended Boston College in 1996 and graduated with honors in 2000. He then attended the University of Florida College of Law where he earned a juris doctorate degree and graduated with honors in 2003. During law school Adam was extensively involved in several organizations. He was a member of the Journal of Law and Public Policy, the John Marshall Bar Association, and most notably, a family law clinic. Dating back to law school, Adam could always be found helping those families in need.

During the summer between his second and third year at law school, Adam worked for Broad and Cassel LLP, one of the largest labor and employment law firms in the state of Florida. During that summer he received an intensive exposure to personal injury law and realized where his true passion lay – serving the injured, pursuing justice, and holding responsible parties accountable for their actions.

Having found his passion, Adam decided to open his own personal injury law firm and elevate the standard of personal injury in Arizona. His goal was to set his firm apart from other personal injury firms by providing a superior client experience and significantly exceeding client expectations.

In his ongoing endeavor to always helping those in need, in his spare time, Adam dedicates his charitable efforts as a Future for Kids mentor at their North Tempe Boys and Girls Club location. He brings the same passion he has for the law to helping children with adverse childhood experiences.