Mr. Brower’s exceptional track record in all of his practice areas has earned him a 10.0 “Superb” peer review rating through Avvo, and has garnered him nearly 100, 5.0-star ratings from his clients around the country. He has been named by threebestrated.com for two years running as one of the three best criminal defense attorneys in Indiana. He was also nominated as one of the best criminal defense attorneys in the state through the Indianapolis Star. Mr. Brower was chosen as a Rising Star for two years straight and then was awarded the prestigious SuperLawyers moniker ever since as one of its youngest members to receive that accolade when first received. Finally, he also was inducted into Westfield Washington School Corporation’s Hall of Fame for his successes in and out of the courtroom as one of its youngest inductees as well.
As a former prosecutor, Mr. Brower’s primary focus is in criminal defense and plaintiff-based personal injury. Adam Brower is a managing partner and original founder/owner of Banks & Brower LLC, one of Indy’s premier criminal defense law firms. While centrally located in Indianapolis, Indiana, he provides representation to people throughout the entire state facing all forms of complex litigation. Furthermore, as an experienced litigator, Mr. Brower has been able to obtain numerous bench and jury trial successes in many matters on both the state/plaintiff and defense sides.
“I must say banks and Brower law, firm is the best at what they do. I had a warrant on me Adam Brower resolved the case immediately. If you have any type of criminal case. I recommend this law firm, very highly very satisfied again, Adam Brower is the best attorney in the state of Indiana”– Olga, Google
A native of Indiana, Mr. Brower attended Purdue University and received a Bachelor of Arts in 2003. His legal education was obtained at the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law, and he served on the Indiana International & Comparative Law Review before being awarded his Juris Doctor in 2007. Mr. Brower was counsel to a construction management firm and then an attorney with the Marion County Prosecutor’s Office before entering private practice. He is admitted to practice federal law in Indiana before the U.S. District Courts for the Northern and Southern Districts. He currently resides and is actively involved in Hendricks County with his wife and two children.