Simplifying the complex: resolving insurance disputes

The Adler Law Group offers legal assistance to insurance carriers and policyholders alike in lawsuits and counseling regarding issues involving insurance coverage, bad faith claims, construction defect litigation, fraud (and suspicious claims), intellectual property, and appellate matters. Although based in Los Angeles, we handle maters throughout California and, as requested, across the country.  For more information on the specific legal services we provide, visit the practice areas overview.

At the Adler Law Group, we focus on making the complex simple.  Like the antique skeleton clocks depicted below which highlight various aspects of our legal practice, we have the ability to transform a multitude of complicated legal issues into an easily comprehensible whole.  Insurance litigation can be complex.  We, however, will help you see through an opponent's legal claims and arguments to identify the essential facts and find the solution that will help you obtain the results to which you are entitled.  

With over three decades of experience practicing law, managing partner Erwin E. Adler has the ability to handle even the most intricate, high-profile cases from trial through to appeal.  By handling litigation and appellate matters, Erwin helps clients to preserve their resources by eliminating the need for additional counsel.  As a testament to his standing in the legal community, Erwin is a former vice chairman of the Appellate Advocacy Committee of the American Bar Association, is frequently requested to make presentations to the insurance industry about current legal issues and is often engaged to testify as an expert witness on insurance issues.

If you are facing a complicated legal dilemma and need help in reaching an effective solution, contact the Adler Law Group to find out how we can assist you or your organization.

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