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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.

The greatest compliments we receive are when clients tell us how good it makes them feel when we take the time to explain their legal matters and respond to their concerns in a thorough and congenial manner. If you are looking for a compassionate attorney to represent you or your referral client, please feel free to contact Attorney Charles Adler at 312-236-2700 or

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Distracted Driving - More Than Just a Cell Phone Problem - Distracted driving is a dangerous problem, claiming more than 3,000 lives in 2019 according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Cell phone use is certainly the most notable culprit. The Illinois State Police note that the risk of an accident is four times higher when a driver is using a cell phone, and 23 times higher when a driver is texting. In an effort to mitigate these risks, Illinois has made handheld cell phone use a traffic violation. However, even using a phone hands-free can be a significant distraction, and distracted driving is by no means limited to cases involving cell phones. Anything that diverts a driver’s attention from the task of driving can increase the risk of an accident, including eating and drinking, adjusting stereo or navigation controls, or having a conversation with a passenger. If you are in an accident with a distracted driver, you may have a claim for compensation based on the driver’s negligence.

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