Richard H. Adler participated in a special panel interview on Q13 Evening News with Marni Hughes on October 7, 2015. The panel included Zackery Lystedt, Dr. Stanley Herring (University of Washington/Seattle Sports Concussion at Harborview/Seattle Seahawks Physician), Mike Colbrese (Executive Director of WIAA), and Terri McMahan (Athletic Director of Highline School District).
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Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) is holding their Annual “Walk Like MADD” on October 10, 2015 at Green Lake Park (Seattle). MADD’s work in our community on the messages of “designated driver,” “take a taxi” and “don’t drink and drive.” This work has no doubt saved lives and prevented traumatic injuries. However, there is more work to be done and this is an important issue worthy of support. MADD also provides vital support services to survivors of drunk driving and their families. This event is a great way to provide support.
Here is how you can help out:
- Join the Adler Giersch Team. We invite you to join the ADLER ♦ GIERSCH PS team. Register online by visiting http://www.walklikemadd.org/team/adlergiersch and click on “Join Our Team.” Check in time begins at 8:00am. The 5k begins at 9am. The cost to join is only $25.00 per adult walker, $30.00 per adult runner, $15.00 for children (5-18) and it includes a great T-shirt for the event.
- If you are not able to walk, run, or roll with us, please donate. Simply go to http://www.walklikemadd.org/team/adlergiersch and click on “Support Us.” All donations will go directly to MADD.
For more information about MADD, visit www.madd.org/local-office/wa. We hope to see you on October 10th!
Richard H. Adler is an invited speaker to the King County Library Systems’ Mindmatter Presentation “Concussion Prevention and Traumatic Brain Injury.” Mr. Adler will present along with Dr. Stanley Herring and the Lystedt Family, Zackery, Victor, and Mercedes. The presentation will be held on two dates. September 29th at the Covington Library and October 6th at the Burien Library. Both events start at 7pm. Registration is free. Go to www.kcls.org to register.
Click here to download the informational flyer.
The Law Firm of Adler Giersch participated in Brain Injury Alliance of Washington’s (BIAWA) 5th Annual Walk, Run & Roll. This year’s over 200 walkers, runners and rollers participated. And the event raised over $15,000. This will help BIAWA to continue to provide services to brain injury survivors, caregivers, and their families.
We were recently honored with an award by Seattle Business Magazine as a Top 100 Best Companies to Work for in Washington at its annual banquet on July 1, 2015 at the Washington State Convention Center. In the business category of up to 30 employees we were rated #5! This is extra special for each person at the law firm as we are the only personal injury law firm in the Top 100.
This award shows that we are a great place to work which, in turn, allows our talented attorneys and staff to achieve top-tier tough advocacy and compassionate counsel. We take care of our team members the way we want them to take care of our clients.
The results are based on confidential employee surveys and the level of employee participation. Surveys are broken down in 10 categories including, benefits, communication, corporate culture, hiring and retention, executive leadership, performance standards, responsibility and decision making, rewards and recognition, training and education, and workplace environment.
The entire staff of Adler ♦ Giersch PS attended the awards dinner.
To see the complete list of 100 Best Companies to Work For, visit http://www.seattlebusinessmag.com/article/100-best-companies-work-awards-2015.