Kimberly Lambert Adams
Levin, Papantonio, Thomas, Mitchell, Rafferty & Proctor, P.A.
Kimberly R. Lambert Adams is a partner with the firm Levin, Papantonio, Thomas, Mitchell, Rafferty & Proctor, P.A. She focuses her practice on personal injury, mass tort litigation, products liability litigation and admiralty/maritime law. Ms. Lambert has handled multiple mass tort litigations including FenPhen, Guidant, Medtronic, Rezulin,Tequin, Asbestos, Zyprexa, Yamaha Rhino, and Birth Defects. She has recovered millions of dollars in settlements for separate product liability cases and, along with her trial partners, recently obtained the only plaintiff’s verdict against Yamaha for injuries sustained in a Rhino rollover case.
Ms. Lambert is AV rated by Martindale-Hubbell and has been named a Super Lawyers: Rising Star for the last three years. She is currently licensed to practice law before all Florida state courts, the Northern, Middle and Southern Districts of Florida and has been given permission to practice in many multi-district litigations throughout the country. She is often invited to speak before local and national organizations and a variety of CLE programs, and enjoys participating and volunteering in local community and church events.
She is the current President of the National Trial Lawyers
Top 40 Under 40.
Pharmaceutical Litigation Recent Trends and Developments, Florida Justice Association
Journal, August, 2007, Number 522
Antidepressants & Birth Defects: How the Past Should Guide the Future, Florida Justice Association Journal, October, 2011
Honors: Stephen & Schezy Barbas Scholarship
Honors: Recipient of the Dean’s Endowment Scholarship
Honors: Loyola Trial Team, Secretary
Honors: Loyola Law Clinic, Student Practitioner logging 250+ pro bono hours her 3rd year.
Honors: Law Journal: Journal of Public Interest Law, Managing Editor
Honors: Law Journal: Maritime Law Journal, Editor
University of West Florida, Pensacola, Florida
Honors: President’s List Pensacola Junior College, Pensacola, Florida
A.S. Paralegal Studies