Marshall S. Adler, Esquire

Marshall S. Adler, Esquire

I am a workers compensation attorney that has practiced workers compensation law in Orlando, FL since 1981. I am board certified by the Florida Bar in Workers' Compensation Law. I am also a graduate of Duke University Law School.

Firm Overview

Marshall Adler is a native of Buffalo, New York. He received his B.A. degree from State University of New York at Buffalo in 1978 and was a New York State Regent Scholarship Award Winner. He went on to graduate from Duke University Law School located in Durham, North Carolina with his Juris Doctorate degree in 1981, where he studied under Professor Arthur Larson, the world's leading expert in Workers' Compensation Law.

Since 1981, Marshall has been practicing law in the State of Florida. His practice has consisted of representing injured workers in Workers' Compensation cases throughout the State of Florida at both the trial and appellate levels. He is Board Certified in Workers' Compensation Law by The Florida Bar. In addition, Marshall is also a Certified Circuit Civil Mediator. He is a member of The Florida Bar, Workers' Compensation Section of The Florida Bar, Florida Workers Advocates, and the Orange County Bar Association. He has also been a featured lecturer at multiple seminars concerning Workers' Compensation Law. Marshall has been awarded an AV rating by the Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory, the highest rating for competence and ethics issued by that publication, and reserved for attorneys designated as outstanding in their field.

Main Office

Marshall S. Adler, P.A.
1031 West Morse Boulevard
Suite 180
Winter Park FL 32789


(407) 648-5523

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