Lawyer Referral - Foley & Small
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Foley & Small welcomes referrals by attorneys seeking more specialized assistance and experience in handling personal injury, wrongful death, product liability and related claims. A significant number of the cases handled by Foley & Small originate by referrals from attorneys in Indiana, Michigan, Illinois and other states. We will reach a fee share agreement, which is fair and reflects the appreciation of Foley & Small in achieving the trust to represent the referring attorney’s client. Foley & Small can work with the referring attorney on a variety of basis. These can include Foley & Small undertaking overall handling of the claim or having the referring attorney assist more extensively in the case preparation process.
Contact Foley & Small
If Edmond Foley and Douglas Small can help you and your clients asserting a claim, click on the link at the top right of this page for a live chat with a member of our staff or email us from our Contact page. You can also call us at 800-276-2525.
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