Wingate, Russotti, Shapiro, Moses & Halperin, LLP, has successfully assembled a network of New York City-area attorneys by hosting informal and informational local and lively gatherings with a goal of cross-referring matters to one another and sharing fees (to the extent allowed by New York State law). Over the past several years, we have paid over $5 million in attorney referral fees in connection with personal injury and medical malpractice cases referred to our office.
- Our firm is interested in obtaining referrals of personal injury and medical malpractice for which we are permitted under New York State law to share attorney fees.
- We also seek to refer matters to participating attorneys - but we do not ask to receive referral fees in return.
- Our goal? To facilitate referrals among our cross-referral network.
We believe that building strategic alliances between attorneys can provide an excellent opportunity to service existing clients more effectively, while offering new possibilities to expand the reach of a law practice. This can, surprisingly, be done cost-effectively.
- There are many ways that we can benefit each other! We begin by starting a dialogue.
- WRSMH produces and hosts a series of informal events that bring together attorneys to discuss their practice, meet colleagues, hear from local officials and noteworthy speakers, and encourage a referral network in a fun setting.
Please take a moment to suggest events/gatherings that you believe would be most beneficial to your particular practice and that you would enjoy attending. If you are interested, and participate in our events, we are confident that you will enjoy the benefits of our cross-referral network.
The law firm of Wingate, Russotti, Shapiro, Moses & Halperin, LLP, is one of the leading plaintiffs’ personal injury law firms in New York. We have secured hundreds of millions of dollars in settlements and jury verdicts on behalf of thousands of clients.
Won’t you answer this brief questionnaire below to help us more effectively organize events that will be both well-timed and mutually beneficial?
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