Lawyer Referrals and Co-Counsel Agreements

Gary Christmas brings over 20 years of legal experience to Christmas Injury Lawyers and, along with his knowledgeable and dedicated team, fights tirelessly in serving the injured. We are eager to share our experience and resources with other attorneys and do not hesitate to refer clients and potential clients to law firms who may better suit their individual needs. We also participate in fee-sharing partnerships and co-counsel agreements.

Co-Counsel Agreements

Co-counsel agreements are a way for a client to receive the benefit of working with additional lawyers who may be more skilled in a specific area while the initial attorney they engaged maintains an active role.

Benefits for seeking a co-counsel agreement include access to greater resources, the ability to work with attorneys who are experienced in handling a specific practice area, sharing the workload, and the opportunity to gain insight and knowledge while the client is represented by an experienced attorney.

Referrals

In other situations, referring a client to another lawyer or firm is the right option. At Christmas Injury Lawyers, when we are approached by a potential client, our goal is to determine how we can best help that person. If we lack the resources necessary to serve them, we do not hesitate to refer them to someone who could.

We also accept client referrals from other lawyers and firms who may face similar challenges. If you or your law firm find you cannot serve a client or potential client due to time constraints, resources, or for any other reason, call our firm today.

Partnering with Christmas Injury Lawyers

If you or your law firm is interested in working with us, please call our offices and ask how to get started. After collecting some basic information about the case, we could determine whether partnership is a good option for all involved.

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