America has thousands of personal injury lawyers – but only one Texas Hammer. ® From our offices in Houston, Dallas and San Antonio, we serve all of Texas. If you’ve been injured in a car accident or on the job or need Social Security disability, know your legal rights and get your questions answered quickly. Over the past 40 years the Jim Adler law firm has fought for justice on behalf of injured clients and their families. Jim Adler has proudly represented their best interests and built a strong presence as The Tough, Smart Lawyer. ®
If you’ve been hurt in an auto accident, you need Jim Adler to fight for you! We deal with insurance companies to ensure your rights are being protected while you focus on your family, health and medical needs.Learn More
Prescription drugs often cause serious side effects that can change your quality of life. If you or a loved one have been hurt by using a prescribed drug or faulty medical device, speak to an attorney right now.Learn More
Filing for Social Security disability is a complicated and slow process. Don’t let the government deny your disability claim for simple mistakes. Our law firm can help you get the money you deserve.Learn More
Jim Adler is president and founder of Jim Adler & Associates, a law firm with offices in Houston, Dallas and San Antonio whose personal injury attorneys and car accident lawyers have been committed to helping injured people since 1973. Over the last four decades our dedicated team of lawyers and our legal support staff of over 250 people have helped thousands of clients and their families fight for justice. Let our family help yours.
Jim Adler & Associates handles many personal injury cases, including those involving car accidents, 18-wheeler crashes, SUV rollovers, motorcycle wrecks, safety recalls, defective parts, work accidents, maritime accident injuries, Jones Act, defective drugs such as Abilify, Risperdal or Zoloft and defective medical devices such as DePuy hip implants or defective transvaginal mesh. We also help disabled Americans seek Social Security disability payments.