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Texas Christian University,
Oklahoma City University School of Law
State Bar of Texas
Texas Trial Lawyers Association - Board of Directors
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Since Bill Adler joined Jim Adler & Associates in 2011, he has personally helped clients recover over $155 Million in total compensation. Many of his clients have been injured in big truck wrecks, commercial vehicle collisions, car accidents, slip-and-fall mishaps, and refinery accidents.

Bill offers several modes of communication for his clients too.

“I like meeting our clients personally,” Bill says. “It’s one thing to talk to someone on the phone, but meeting someone face-to-face puts a personal touch to it. I love and enjoy that — and the clients feel better about it. I’m not just someone on TV or radio. I actually sit down with our clients, talk with them and try to counsel them through one of the most difficult times in their lives.”

Bill also takes pride in returning phone calls promptly, a practice that sets him apart from many lawyers at other firms who have a reputation for being unresponsive. He surprises numerous clients with this simple act of professional courtesy. Bill also offers clients the option to communicate via text or email if they prefer and often follows up with mail correspondence.

“How many people get mail today that’s not just pure junk? We like a personal touch. We send a lot of letters to our clients by mail. We maintain contact with our clients because it’s one thing to tell someone you care and another to show it.”

There is no medium Bill won’t use to keep in touch with his clients in any way possible.

Life & Career

Growing up in Southwest Houston, Bill played baseball in Westbury Little League and often spent Saturdays or vacations helping out at his family’s law firm.

He later graduated from St. Thomas High School, received his undergrad degree in Criminal Justice from Texas Christian University and obtained his J.D. from Oklahoma City University – School of Law.

His professional memberships include the Texas Trial Lawyers Association (Board of Directors), the American Association of Justice, and the State Bar of Texas.

Bill and his wife, Rebecca, have a son, a daughter, and a dog.

Early To Rise

Bill starts work early each day, usually before 7 a.m., and often eats lunch at his desk so as not to miss a beat.

“It is stressful work, but it’s important work,” he says. “We help people whose lives are being changed. We are their messenger, their protector, and we’re there not just to get paid, but because we want to make sure that if someone wrongs them, they pay for what they’ve done.”

He also takes pride in knowing what a defense attorney or insurance adjuster will do, their tricks, and how they’ll try to refrain from paying victims. He gives his clients equal representation to stand toe-to-toe against large corporations.

“As a personal injury lawyer, if you don’t have empathy and compassion, you can’t do this job. Being able to help people keeps me going.”

The ‘Texas Hammer’ Touch

For many clients, their first interaction with Jim Adler & Associates is usually through the law firm’s famous TV advertisements.

“We like doing ads where we are both in them,” Bill says. “Now it’s both of us — double trouble. People want someone who can be tough with insurance companies and get them what they deserve, but also someone who can answer their questions and give them advice.”

In It for the Long Haul

Bill is now helping steer the ship at Jim Adler & Associates into the future.

“It will always be Jim Adler & Associates,” he said. “My father is the founder and has brought us to the forefront, and it will always be that way.”

Bill will continue the legacy of a law firm that started small but has grown exponentially. It now employs more than 300 legal staff and over two dozen attorneys across Texas.

With his help, Jim Adler & Associates will remain a beacon of hope, fighting for injured Texans for years to come.

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