Attorney Referrals
Under California law, attorneys are permitted to pay a referral fee to another attorney who refers a client for representation.* Because of our firm's reputation as experienced and aggressive litigators, Diamond Baker Mitchell, LLP, receives many of its personal injury cases on referral from other practicing attorneys. In these situations, Diamond Baker Mitchell, LLP has paid generous referral fees in accordance with California guidelines to the referring attorneys.

Why should you refer your case to Diamond Baker Mitchell, LLP?

All lawyers know that litigating a serious injury or wrongful death action can be difficult and expensive. What starts out as a dream case can soon turn into a financial and legal nightmare of outrageous litigation costs, time-consuming motion work and exhaustive trial preparation. Many attorneys also find themselves in the unfortunate position of having to turn down potentially valuable cases because they are either inexperienced in a particular area of the law, or because they simply cannot afford the high costs associated with litigating large and complex cases.

By referring your case to our firm, you are able to conserve resources, which will in turn enable you to concentrate on your firm’s core focus. You can trust that the attorneys at Diamond Baker Mitchell, LLP will fight hard, using their experience and resources to obtain the maximum possible recovery for the clients.

What types of cases does Diamond Baker Mitchell, LLP accept from referring attorneys?

We handle all types of personal injury and wrongful death cases involving product defects, automobile and motorcycle accidents, medical malpractice, and premises liability. Our attorneys are licensed to practice law throughout the States of California, Washington, and New York.

*NOTE: All referral fees are paid in accordance with California State Bar guidelines, including California Rules of Professional Conduct, Rule 2 200, and all referral fees arrangements are committed in writing, after full disclosure and written consent of the client(s). Attorneys will make a good faith effort to pay referral fees when economically practical.