(PRWEB) June 16, 2008 Seattle, WA — Long a fixture on the Puget Sound legal landscape with their landmark building along Mercer Avenue in Seattle, the personal injury law firm of Adler Giersch ps is about to become a leading destination for personal injury knowledge and networking in cyberspace.
Adler Giersch is leading the way, from offline to online, in Northwest brain and spinal injury legal cases. Headed by Richard H. Adler, jurist and author of texts including the dynamic Understanding Traumatic Brain Injury: A Guide for Survivors and Families, the firm has combined its deep knowledge of personal injury matters with its publishing prowess in a new Website that taps the social power of Web 2.0. Web 2.0 marks a turnaround for Website development by enabling owners to “transmit” information on a syndicated basis, just like cybercasters, instead of simply waiting for viewers to show up for a visit.
Visitors to www.adlergiersch.com can subscribe to a syndicated RSS feed that will deliver the latest headlines about brain injury, spinal injury, and other personal injury breakthroughs direct to their news reader, personalized Web start-up page or email inbox. While on the site, users can also respond to the latest polling questions, walk through a visual glossary about the types and causes of brain injuries, obtain answers and understanding of various medical and legal issues through a multitude of in-depth articles, consult a local community calendar or even be sent free books from the Website’s Bookstore which also features DVD’s for sale that are previewed via YouTube.
However those that do click on the links that lead to www.adlergiersch.com will find everything from a rotating, transparent, 3-D brain in Flash to a long list of Community Resource links for leading regional and national associations and health care providers. A rich database of articles, including complete glossaries of Common Legal and Medical Terms used in personal injury cases can be researched via the on-site search engine.
“We’re reaching out to the communities we serve with our enhanced Web delivery system,” said Richard H.Adler, “making our content more interactive and able to be personalized on demand. These new enhancements let the public subscribe to the latest news on a wide range of personal injury topics according to their interests.” “Brainwaves” the new Adler Giersch blog is a perfect example. Each week, subscribers can read new facts and information about the latest brain injury diagnoses and therapies, all without ever leaving their PC or Mac desktops. The news is delivered to them.
The Website and content management system was co-designed with the help of SearchWrite, a Bainbridge island firm led by info-architects Larry Sivitz and Jody Levinson.
For more information, please contact:
333 Taylor Avenue North
Seattle WA 98109
Telephone – 206-682-0300