Adrian R. Reid

Adrian R. Reid focuses his practice in Personal Injury, Workers’ Compensation, Civil Rights and Products Liability. Mr. Reid practices in Pennsylvania.  Before joining Edelstein Law, LLP,  Adrian Reid acquired extensive experience in motor vehicle accidents, premises liability, wrongful death and products liability matters.   He also had judicial clerkships in the New Jersey Superior Court, Law Division and the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas.  Adrian Reid graduated from St. Joseph’s University, Cum Laude in 1981 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science.  Mr. Reid received an award for excellence in Trial Advocacy at Temple University Law School and graduated in 1986.  He then served as a law clerk in both Superior Court of New Jersey, Law Division and the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas. 

Mr. Reid lives in Center City, Philadelphia. He is active in Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers, a non-profit corporation which assists judges and lawyers in recovery for substance abuse, various emotional and mental health disorders.  Mr. Reid is also active at St. John Evangelist Roman Catholic Church in Center City, Philadelphia where he is a Lector, Eucharistic Minister and a member of the Church’s Legion of Mary Presidium.  In addition, Adrian Reid is the Lay Chaplin at Powerback Rehabilitation Center and Nursing Home located at 1528 Lombard Street, Philadelphia, PA. His duties include visiting patients, giving communion to Roman Catholic residents and regularly joining with residents in prayer.  Mr. Reid has ten years of experience as a volunteer teaching English as a second language (ESL) at the Nationalities Service Center in Philadelphia.

Licenses:

Pennsylvania (1986)

Education:

St. Joseph’s University, BA in Political Science, (1981 with honors)

Temple University Law School, Award for excellence in Trial Advocacy (1986)

Practice Areas:

Plaintiff Personal Injury

Premises Liability

Wrongful Death

Workers’ Compensation

Products Liability

Civil Rights

Bar Associations and Memberships:

American Bar Association

Volunteer Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers