The law office of Adler Giersch was honored to receive the #1 Ranked Best Small Business to Work for from Seattle Business Magazine. Companies are chosen based on results from confidential employee surveys with categories including benefits, executive leadership, work environment and responsibility/decision making.
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.
The law firm of Adler Giersch ps is sponsoring and participating in this year’s Mothers Against Drunk Driving’s annual “Walk Like MADD” 5K on October 11, 2014 at UW Husky Stadium in Seattle. MADD 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 our team. Please register online at http://support.madd.org/goto/adlergierschps click on register as an individual at the bottom of the page. Bring your family and friends. Opening ceremony begins at 8:00am. Walk begins at 8:30am. The cost to join is only $20.00 per person as a walker, $30.00 as a runner, $15.00 for children 5-21, and $10.00 for dog. Registration includes a great T-shirt for the event. After September 10th registration fee will increase to $25.00 for adults, $20.00 for children, $15.00 for dogs.
- Start a New Team!: Round up your family, friends, and colleagues to walk together. Registration fees are the same as above. This is a great opportunity for team building within a company.
- Donate to our team. Go to our team page, http://support.madd.org/goto/adlergierschps to make a direct online pledge to Team Adler ♦ Giersch, ps. All donations will go directly to this event.
For more information about MADD, visit www.madd.org/local-offices/wa/. We hope to see you on October 11th!
Thank you for your generous pledge to the 4th Annual Walk, Run & Roll benefitting the Brain Injury Alliance of Washington. This was the most successful Walk, Run & Roll with over 300 registered walkers, runners and rollers and with sponsors, pledges, and registrations, the event raised over $15,000 to provide services to brain injury survivors, caregivers, and their families. We are pleased to report that Team Adler Giersch ps had the biggest team and, of course, the most fun.
Know the facts:
- Every 9 seconds someone in America sustains a Brain Injury.
- There are MORE incidents of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) than ALL cancers combined..
- TBI is the #1 cause of death and disability among young people ages 15 – 24.
- In Washington State, 20,000 residents sustain a Brain Injury each year.
On January 22, 2014, Zackery Lystedt received the 2014 Seattle Children’s Inspirational Youth Awards at the 79th Annual Seattle Sports Commission Awards held at Benaroya Hall. Congratulations Zack!
Zack was awarded this honor for his public awareness around youth sports and concussion. His law, The Zackery Lystedt Law, was the first in the nation law preventing preventable concussion in youth sports by requiring medical clearance to return to play by a licensed healthcare provider for student athletes suspected of having a concussion.
In October 2006, Zack sustained a traumatic brain injury in a middle school football game after receiving multiple concussions during the game. Zack was airlifted to Harborview Medical Center where he had multiple brain surgeries to stop the bleeding on his brain.