Where do attorneys refer cases? For example, if you have a business lawyer and a family member is involved in a car accident, would you ask the business lawyer what attorney he/she would recommend? If so, who do you think that lawyer would recommend?
Most of the cases we receive are through attorney referrals or former client referrals. As a matter of fact, we have had various attorneys provide testimonials on our behalf. Over the course of the next few weeks, we will post some of the attorney testimonials we have received. Here is one:
It is an honor and a pleasure for me to share my experiences with Danny Feldman of the law firm Lewis, Feldman & Lahane, LLC. I first met Danny in 2008 and referred a personal injury case for his consideration. Although the case had some difficult fact and legal issues to deal with, Danny agreed to take the referral. He did a great job, way above my expectations. He was able to reach a settlement which allowed a very elderly and ailing lady to avoid the stress of depositions and trial. I have turned to Danny for assistance in several other personal injury cases since then, including automobile crash cases, and he has provided the best legal representation and expertise one could ever expect; all were successfully concluded for the client. Now, every now and again a case presents itself that may or may not be one to pursue. When we met with the prospective client to discuss such a case, he was able to clearly explain, in layman terms, the reasons the case was not one to go forward. In each of these few situations the client went away satisfied that they had received good, fair, and acceptable legal advice. All of this is because Danny is personable, professional, and experienced; the client knows that good advice is being rendered. I consider Danny Feldman to be one of the best that I have had the opportunity and pleasure to work with over my 36+ years as an attorney, sole-practitioner.
Charles C. Elliott