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Newsletter April 2022

Adler Law Offices - Recognized for Our Likeability

Recognized for Our Likeability

The first requirement in working with a lawyer is that you actually like dealing with them!

We are rated AAA for likeability and are always glad to pay referral fees to lawyers. With offices in Chicago, Arlington Heights, and Northfield, we offer three ways to meet with clients:

In person, by Zoom, or by conference call.

Practice limited to personal injury, medical negligence, and wrongful death.

Newsletter February 2022

Adler Law Offices Fighting for Our Clients’ Rights and Interests

The Case of the Dishonest Investment Advisor

At Adler Law Offices, we have always taken the position that our top goals include protecting our clients’ rights and making a positive impact on their lives. We wanted to share an example of our work. A husband and wife who were senior citizens and retired came to us because they had been defrauded by an investment advisor. The advisor had convinced them to move their retirement money, which was vested with a 100-year-old national insurance company, and invest it in a California winery. It turned out that the advisor had an ownership interest in the winery. As you can guess, the winery went bust, and the couple lost their money.

Newsletter September 2021

Choose an attorney you like to work with

At Adler Law Offices, we know that when you are dealing with an important legal matter like a personal injury or wrongful death claim, you need a competent, professional attorney who has the knowledge and skill to help you achieve a fair result. However, an equally important factor to consider when choosing a law firm to represent you is the likeability of the people you will be working with. The relationships we build with our clients and referring attorneys are one of the things we feel truly set our practice apart.

From Attorney Charles Adler to our paralegals and clerks, everyone at our firm is committed to serving our clients with friendliness, approachability, and compassion. Whether you interact with us in person, over the phone, or through email, you can expect us to listen carefully to your concerns, take the time to answer your questions and explain the important details of your case, and engage in meaningful, personal conversation. Our clients know that they have our support, and referring attorneys know that they can trust us to treat their clients well and ensure that they have a positive experience working with us.

Newsletter January 2022

Adler Law Offices Offers Multiple Ways to Meet With Clients

Recently, Adler Law Offices settled a personal injury/premises liability lawsuit for the sum of $425,000. In this case, the client slipped and fell on a foreign substance on the floor of a commercial establishment, injuring her back.

Because we have outgrown our Arlington Heights office, we have moved to larger offices at 121 S. Wilke Rd., Suite 501, Arlington Heights, IL 60005. Our main office remains at 180 N. LaSalle St., Suite 3700, Chicago, IL 60601.

With Covid still an ongoing problem, we are continuing to offer three ways to meet with potential and current clients. We are available to meet in person at our Chicago and Arlington Heights offices, and we also offer a Northfield location to meet with people. Next, we have been using Zoom on an extensive basis. We can arrange for Zoom meetings using a computer or smartphone if doing so would be more comfortable or convenient than meeting in person. Finally, we can speak to current or potential clients through a traditional phone conference.

Newsletter August 2021

Need an attorney for your wrongful death claim?

At Adler Law Offices, LTD., we are proud of our efforts to fight on behalf of families who have lost a loved one due to someone else’s negligence. This month, we want to highlight three of our recent cases to emphasize the importance of a dedicated attorney who is willing to dig deeper in order to successfully secure compensation through a wrongful death claim.

The Grocery Store Parking Lot Accident - We represented the estate of a woman who was struck and killed by a motor vehicle while she was exiting a grocery store. The driver’s insurance company initially denied liability, arguing that the woman had an obligation to look for vehicles before stepping into a possible traffic area. We traveled to the scene of the accident and found evidence of a clearly designated pedestrian area with painted crosshatches and stop signs on either side, which the driver had ignored. With this evidence, we were able to secure a settlement at the driver’s full policy limit.

The Pedestrian Crosswalk Accident - We represented the estate of a pedestrian who was hit and killed by a motor vehicle while using the crosswalk at an intersection. The insurance company argued that the pedestrian had entered the crosswalk while the “Do Not Walk” sign was flashing, but we were able to obtain security camera footage from a nearby business showing that the “Walk” sign was, in fact, illuminated at the time of the accident. In this case, we were also able to recover damages up to the full policy limit.

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