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Introducing the Adler Law Offices Newsletter

Adler Law Offices is pleased to announce the launch of our monthly e-newsletter! We plan to use our newsletter to share updates about our firm and practice, and to provide helpful information related to personal injury, medical negligence, and wrongful death claims.

In recent months, we have launched a newly redesigned website to provide a user-friendly experience for those seeking our legal services. On our site, you can find answers to frequently asked questions about personal injury cases and learn more about our practice areas and the services we provide. You can also use our website to get in touch with us and schedule a free initial consultation.

With businesses now reopening, we are offering three methods to meet with current and potential clients: by Zoom, by telephone, or in-person at one of our three convenient office locations in Chicago, Arlington Heights, and by appointment in Northfield. We are happy to work with you through the method that best suits your comfort and needs.

Regarding our involvement in the community, we are pleased to announce that Attorney Charles Adler has been re-elected to the board of directors for the North-Northwest Region of United Way of Metro Chicago, a great organization that focuses on community support, relief, and recovery for challenges like the COVID-19 pandemic.

We remain committed to achieving the best results for our clients and recovering for them the fair and just compensation they are due. We welcome referrals from other attorneys and are always glad to pay referral fees. Please feel free to contact Attorney Charles Adler at 312-236-2700 or

In The News

Accident Prevention Through Vehicle-to-Vehicle Communication - If vehicles could communicate with each other, could they help drivers avoid accidents? The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) hopes that this will be the case. For the past several years, the NHTSA has been working with the automotive industry and academic institutions to develop a technology known as vehicle-to-vehicle, or V2V, communication that allows vehicles to wirelessly exchange information with each other on the road. Cars equipped with V2V technology would be able to quickly collect and process data about the location, speed, and direction of travel of other nearby vehicles, and use it to provide warnings and alerts to their drivers. The NHTSA believes that “this new technology doesn’t just help drivers survive a crash—it helps them avoid the crash altogether.”

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