Adam Signora is a Michigan native who joined the Army National Guard after high school. While serving, Adam attended Eastern Michigan University where he obtained a Bachelor’s of Science in Aviation Management Technology with a minor in Business.
Following his undergraduate work, Adam worked in a supervisory role at Shuttle America Airlines in Indianapolis before moving to Virginia in 2008 with his wife, Nicole.
Following their move to Northern Virginia, Adam began working as a personnel security government contractor to the United States Coast Guard in Washington, D.C.
After the birth of his son, Logan, in 2012, Adam attended the George Mason University Law School, now the Antonin Scalia Law School, graduating in 2016.
Once he passed the bar exam in February 2017, Adam began practicing law as an insurance defense personal injury attorney in Fairfax before venturing out as a solo practitioner in 2019 representing injured parties.
Adam is currently licensed to practice law in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
In his free time, Adam is a private pilot and an avid softball player who enjoys golfing, target shooting, woodworking, cooking, brewing beer and spending time with his family.