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We are the lawyers’ personal injury law firm. 95% of cases we handle are referred to us by other lawyers. Lawyers trust us because of our proven results, skill, and communication. Lawyers in our referral network recognize they can share in the attorneys’ fees when they refer a case. We have helped recover more than $31 Million for clients, including a $6 Million policy-limits settlement, $2 Million policy-limits settlement, and $1.7 Million jury verdict in Fulton County. We have also been involved in a number of other multi-million-dollar settlements. Our wins have helped our referral partners obtain more than $5 Million.

Why Refer Personal Injury Case

Short-term benefits. When a lawyer refers a personal injury case, the referring lawyer may share in the attorney’s fee. As explained below, fee sharing is ethical and can be arranged in a number of ways. Referring cases can be an additional source of revenue for lawyers, which can supplement their incomes and help their practices grow.

Long-term benefits. When you connect a client with a lawyer who is qualified to handle their case, the client will be happy and appreciative. The client will know you are someone who puts his needs first, which will increase your credibility with the client and the likelihood the client will come back to you in the future, maybe even with a legal matter that is in your wheelhouse and you can handle. That client is also more likely to send family, friends, and others who need legal advice to you—now that you are his trusted advisor. By helping the client, you are growing your network and your business.

Basics of Referring Personal Injury Cases

Attorney’s fees can be shared by attorneys, so long as each lawyer is jointly responsible for the matter, the client agrees to the fee division, and the total fee is reasonable. Georgia Rule of Professional Conduct 1.5(e) says as much:

A division of a fee between lawyers who are not in the same firm may be made only if:
1. The division is in proportion to the services performed by each lawyer or, by written agreement with the client, each lawyer assumes joint responsibility for the representation;
2. The client is advised of the share that each lawyer is to receive and does not object to the participation of all the lawyers involved; and
3. The total fee is reasonable.

Why Refer to Us

We have recovered millions of dollars in a wide array of cases. We have helped recover more than $31 Million for clients and $5 Million for our referral partners. We recover more because of our simple and effective strategy—prepare each case for trial. As we successfully build a case, the deck becomes stacked against the defendant, and in turn, case value increases—so no matter if the case settles or goes to trial, we are able to maximize the result at each step in the process.

These are some of our recent Results:

$6 Million settlement in wrongful death case (2018)
$2 Million settlement for client who injured hand in defective machine (2017)
$1.7 Million jury verdict in Fulton County for client who was shot, plus $100,000 settlement with another defendant (2017)
$1.1 Million settlement for client injured at gas station in Tucker, Georgia (2018)
$1.1 Million settlement for client injured at factory (2017)
$1 Million settlement for client injured at Brookhaven, Georgia apartment complex (2017)

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