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G. Adam Redden was born in Covington, Kentucky. Mr. Redden is the son of a farmer and a teacher. Both of whom taught him hard work, compassion, honesty, and that helping people comes first. Mr. Redden is married and has been blessed with two wonderful children.
Mr. Redden received his undergraduate degree from Northern Kentucky University, where he studied biology, chemistry, and physics. He graduated from Northern Kentucky University in 2001 and began working as a research assistant in the Molecular Genetics Department at the University of Cincinnati.
Mr. Redden was always intrigued with the law. He decided to go to law school and received his Juris Doctorate from Louis D. Brandeis School of Law at the University of Louisville in 2006. During Mr. Redden's time in law school, he worked as a law clerk for Richard Breen Law Offices. After passing the Kentucky Bar Exam, he worked in Northern Kentucky doing general practice work and insurance defense work. Mr. Redden then returned to Richard M. Breen Law Offices, P.S.C. in 2008 as an attorney.
Mike... "My daughter was seriously injured in an automobile accident. She was hospitalized for approximately a month. She's very, very fortunate that she made it through. I called a neighbor of mine who used to work for Richard and asked if he was a good attorney. She said, "he's a no nonsense attorney that treats you just like family"... and it's true. You definitely need a professional to take care of these matters for you. I couldn't have done it without Richard's help. My advice to anyone involved in a serious accident is to contact Richard as soon as possible because the insurance companies are not your buddies." Diane... "He's a really good lawyer and I put all my trust in him... he's always there for you. I'd recommend him to anybody!"— Mike & Diane
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