Attorney referrals

Our law firm accepts and honors attorney co-advisory referral fees on serious electrocution death, shock and burn injury cases.

We truly value attorney referrals and have worked with lawyers throughout the nation on these cases.  With more than 30 years of experience litigating in this area and some of the most notable results in electrocution and shock injury lawsuits in the nation, the majority of our cases are referred by lawyers from across the country.

Our website and blog are aimed at helping share the dangers and legal recourses that are available to injury victims and their families. We aim to provide the general public and personal injury lawyers throughout the U.S. with power line safety tips and legal advice in this very complicated area of injury law.

We have a proven, tremendous record of success in electrocution events, set by our lead attorney, Jeffrey Feldman.  We’re also willing to co-counsel and to litigate catastrophic electrocution cases throughout the nation. Many of our cases have received media attention and include multi-million dollar electrocution, burn injury, malpractice and product liability lawsuits.

And with a written guarantee on every co-advisory lawyer referral case, lawyers who refer these cases can be assured we’re providing your referrals with the most effective legal representation and communication possible, and a proven track record of 30 years of honoring legal referrals to lawyers throughout the country.

As permitted under the Rules of Professional Conduct, our law firm may agree to enter into a referral and co-counsel agreement with outside attorneys throughout the United States. Clients are fully informed regarding all aspects of an attorney referral arrangement.

If you’re interested in creating a referral agreement with our law firm, please use our contact form to the right or feel free to call us at (800) 548-0043 at absolutely any time. Thank you for your consideration and we look forward to helping you.

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