Rebecca Adelman

Work-Life Being Perhaps when considering how to achieve work success and prosperity and a meaningful family life, the direction to go isn’t upward but inward.

Rebecca Adelman is an entrepreneur, influencer, thought leader and and a founding shareholder with Hagwood Adelman Tipton, PC. She practices in the firm’s Memphis, Tennessee office. For nearly 30 years, Rebecca has concentrated her practice in insurance defense and business litigation. Rebecca’s insurance defense practice includes representation of insurance companies and long‐term care providers and their insurers, both regionally and nationally. She also provides consulting services and educational programming to healthcare professionals and business associates. She has active practices in the areas of general liability, professional liability, premises, and employment law. She is a listed mediator serving all areas of business and healthcare litigation. In the area of healthcare law, she represents senior services providers along the continuum of care including skilled nursing, assisted living, behavioral health, home health and hospice. Her experience also extends to risk management and organizational counseling and formal programs including comprehensive “expectations management”, arbitration training, facility admissions protocols, and crisis communication planning. She is a member of the prestigious Claims & Management Litigation Alliance. Rebecca is involved in state and national legislative matters on behalf of the healthcare industry and serves as Legal Advisor for the American Assisted Living Nurses Association. She authors a monthly column, The HAT Advantage, for the Nursing & Assisted Living Professional newsletter, and is a regular contributor to other publications. Rebecca was honored with the inaugural Ethel Mitty Heart Award in 2017 and recognized as a Super Women in Business by the Memphis Business Journal and named an “MBQ Power Player” in the area of defense litigation by Memphis Business Quarterly. She was included in the “Women to Watch” issues of Memphis Woman Magazine and selected as Executive of the Year by the Memphis Business Journal. Her strong beliefs in education and peace guided her to found a non‐profit Montessori School. She is also involved in non-profit organizations dedicated to the health and well-being of children including the Dorothy Day House of Hospitality in Memphis addressing homelessness by keeping families together while they work to solve their problems. She speaks fluent French and enjoys climbing mountains.
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Work-Life “Being”

by Rebecca Adelman

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