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Mark G. Adler has been representing injured persons throughout the state of Illinois since 1985. During those years, Mark has represented clients in cases involving medical, dental, podiatric, and chiropractic malpractice. Mark has successfully handled cases of automobile accidents, construction accidents, truck accidents, and motorcycle accidents on behalf of his clients. Mark has also handled cases against product manufacturers, including multi-district litigation, involving drugs and medical devices. Additionally, Mark has worked on property injury cases, including falls due to unnatural accumulations of ice and holes, cracks, or other defective conditions on someone else’s property, stairways, or sidewalks. It is through this experience that Mark has been able to obtain successful verdicts and settlements on behalf of his clients, resulting in millions of dollars.
Mark has never worked for a corporation or large law firm. He is a skilled negotiator and he has always successfully represented individuals against insurance companies and large corporations. Mark’s many years of experience have taught him how to fight the insurance companies and most importantly, how to win. It is Mark’s job to fight for his client and their family.
Mark has a basic philosophy: he works for each client, not the other way around. He zealously represents each of his clients, and makes sure that they are fully informed in the entire process, from start to finish. Mark prides himself on building a strong attorney-client relationship, a philosophy that has enabled him to be successful in getting each client the compensation they deserve. It is this combination of fighting to win and building strong attorney-client relationships that has been the bedrock of Adler & Adler, P.C. and its successful legal practice.
Out of the courtroom, Mark can be found on another court – the basketball court. He is the past-president of a local youth sports organization, for which he oversaw basketball, baseball, softball, and football programs for children and young adults. He has coached youth baseball and basketball and is active in local community youth organizations. He current presides over the Skokie Youth Coaches basketball group, aka Geezerball, a group of friends who play basketball twice a week.
Federal Trial Bar
U.S. District Court, Northern District of Illinois
J.D., Phi Beta Kappa, The John Marshall Law School, Chicago, 1984
Staff, John Marshall Law Review
B.A., Indiana University, 1981
Illinois State Bar Association
Illinois Trial Lawyers Association