$1.4 Million Personal Injury SettlementNovember 11, 2022
Defendant’s Delays Now Come With A Price In Personal Injury CasesOctober 12, 2022
The latest issue of the Illinois State Bar Journal included Michael Adler's analysis of the new Illinois Prejudgment Interest law and its impact on personal injury lawsuits.
Michael Adler Recognized as Best Lawyers®: Ones to Watch 2023August 31, 2022
Best Lawyers® named Michael Adler 2023 One to Watch in Medical Malpractice, Personal Injury Law, and Products Liability. Best Lawyers’ Ones to Watch awards recognize lawyers throughout the nation who have been in practice for less than 10 years.
Illinois State Bar Journal Highlights Adler & Adler’s Trial Technology TechniquesJuly 16, 2022
We are very proud to have the Illinois State Bar Journal publish an article on Adler & Adler's use of trial technology in a recent trial. Check out the new Illinois Bar Journal with Adler & Adler's article "The Wi-Fi Witness."
Trial Practice During CovidFebruary 10, 2022
Live remote witnesses via video conferencing is a great tool for any Illinois trial attorney while Covid-19 is still around and hopefully long after it is gone too.
Michael Adler Recognized as Best Lawyers®: Ones to Watch 2022October 4, 2021
Best Lawyers® named Michael Adler 2022 One to Watch in Personal Injury Law. Best Lawyers' Ones to Watch awards recognize lawyers throughout the nation who have been in practice for less than 10 years.
New Satellite Office in Northwest ChicagoJuly 13, 2021
Adler & Adler has helped people all over the State of Illinois and all over the city of Chicago. If it is difficult to come to our main office in Downtown Chicago, you can now also visit us at our Northwest Chicago location at 4041 N. Milwaukee Suite 301 Chicago, IL 60641.
Nursing Home NeglectJuly 13, 2021
We know that entrusting your parent or loved one to a nursing home is not easy, but if you know what problems to look for and how to prevent neglect, you can continue to provide care even if you cannot be present as much as you would like.
Tipped Workers: 5 Things You Should Know to Protect Against Wage TheftJune 16, 2021
Due to the complexity of Illinois’ minimum wage laws for tipped employees, workers in the service industry who rely on tips are vulnerable to wage theft. If you are a worker who earns tips, you need to know your rights to protect yourself from wage theft. If you or your co-workers have been cheated of your fair wages, give Adler & Adler a call for a free consultation.