|Prince of Liechtenstein|
|Reign||5 April 1684 – 16 June 1712|
|Successor||Joseph Wenzel I|
|Born||16 August 1662|
|Died||16 June 1712 (aged 49)|
Church of the Nativity of the Virgin Mary, Brünn
|Spouse||Princess Edmunda Maria of Dietrichstein-Nikolsburg|
|Father||Karl Eusebius, Prince of Liechtenstein|
|Mother||Johanna Beatrix of Dietrichstein|
His family, the House of Liechtenstein were nobles in the Holy Roman Empire. They came from a castle in Austria named Liechtenstein Castle. Hans-Adam I was also the Duke of Troppau and Duke of Jägerndorf.
He was the owner of many art collections and was known for being very rich.
Hans-Adam I had seven children. He was succeeded as Prince of Liechtenstein by Joseph-Wenzel I, his cousin.