“I'm here to fight for injured Texans!
I'm determined to win those fights!”
I wanted to thank Jim Adler & Associates San Antonio,Texas for taking my case. They did a great job! I especially want to thank my case manager Alfredo Martinez. He answered the phone each time I called and would keep me up-to-date on everything! He was very professional. I also want to thank attorney Lora Lozano for answering all of my legal questions. If you want to be treated like a person, call Jim Adler law firm. It was the best decision I ever made. Alfred, thanks again!
Lisa L. Rubalcaba has been so very pleasant! She always keeps me well informed on my case. She is always very helpful and always returns my calls. I am very blessed to her to speak to regarding my case.
Jim Adler, “The Texas Hammer,” is founder of Jim Adler & Associates, a law firm with more than 15 attorneys and a professional legal support staff of more than 250. Mr. Adler practices law with full-service law offices in Houston, Dallas, Channelview and San Antonio.
Mr. Adler has been a TV and radio personality serving the public as the voice of victims of personal injury accidents for more than 30 years. He’s appeared on TV and radio programs, on civic group panels and in magazine and newspaper interviews speaking of accidents and the rights of personal injury victims. Mr. Adler has devoted his professional life to representing seriously or catastrophically injured citizens in Texas and other states.
Mr. Adler has spoken before various State Bar and professional organizations regarding automobile collisions, insurance, personal injury, general negligence, law firm management and other topics.
Mr. Adler is active in local, state and national politics as well as charitable causes. In 2009, Houston Mayor Bill White appointed Mr. Adler to the Board of Directors of The Joint City/County Commission on Children. This was in recognition of his lifelong devotion to causes that benefit children, and it enabled the commission to receive a Jim Adler review of various children’s issues.