Attorney Charles (Chuck) Adler has been fighting for the rights of his clients his entire career. He had only been an attorney for just 30 days when he stepped into the courtroom to try his first case defending a small business owner. Chuck has maintained a litigation practice since then.
Early on in his career, Chuck represented clients in construction litigation and took numerous cases to trial both prosecuting cases on behalf of his clients or defending his clients' rights. The construction claims involved numerous industrial, commercial, and shopping center properties. In taking a number of those cases to trial, Chuck gained valuable courtroom experience and learned how to handle complex cases quickly. His dedication to being detailed, professional, hard-driving, and results-oriented created a strong foundation for his career in the practice of law. Those early cases also taught him the importance of managing expert witnesses and how to deal with complex fact patterns, all of which he carried over when he made the transition to the practice of personal injury law.
A Personal Injury Lawyer Dedicated to His Clients
Chuck Adler has represented injured individuals in a wide range of personal injury matters, including motor vehicle accidents, premises liability cases, medical malpractice, wrongful death, and workers’ compensation concerns for many years. His commitment to digging deeper has achieved significant results for his clients. For example, he has handled a substantial number of wrongful death claims, and he has been successful in recovering the policy limits of both the offenders’ insurance coverage and that of his own clients.
In many cases, Chuck is able to obtain fair compensation for his clients by using dispute resolution methods such as mediation and arbitration. These methods allow for a favorable resolution to be reached in a shorter amount of time and often at less expense compared to going to trial.