Adam Sadoski

Practice Areas: Civil Litigation, Workers’ Compensation Defense and Subrogation

Adam has been a partner at Barlow Anderson, LLC since September 2018. In his time as a defense attorney, Adam has represented all sizes of employers and workers’ compensation insurance carriers before the Alaska Workers’ Compensation Board, Alaska Workers’ Compensation Appeals Commission, and Alaska Supreme Court. Adam first entered the field of Alaska Workers’ Compensation in 2008, when he clerked for the Alaska Workers’ Compensation Appeals Commission and Alaska Labor Relations Agency. He has practiced workers’ compensation defense on a full-time basis since 2010, when he began working for the law firm of Holmes, Weddle & Barcott, PC. 

Adam brings a calm, forthright, thorough approach to litigation. Whether in court, depositions, or client meetings, Adam is unflappable and focused on obtaining the best outcomes for his clients.

He is a member of the Alaska Bar Association and the American Bar Association and is admitted to practice in federal and Alaska state courts. He is member of the Legal Studies Program Advisory Committee for the University of Alaska Anchorage. In addition to his legal studies, Adam’s educational background is in cellular and molecular biology and chemistry from Pacific University. His law degree is from Seattle University. In his free time, he enjoys outdoor sports, reading, traveling, and spending time with his wife and two young children.