The lawyers at Jinks, Crow & Dickson regularly work with other lawyers in representing their clients and potential clients in a wide range of cases.
Every lawyer has a practice model and certain things that they do well, which means efficiency, maximized case values, and client satisfaction. Jinks, Crow & Dickson has long been a firm with a practice model which allows it to take on cases for and with other attorneys. We are here to help you! We would be honored to help you help your client.
Full Referral or Co-Counsel
Our relationship on referred cases is up to you. Whether it is a case that you would like us to handle or a case where we work together as co-counsel, you will be in the loop and in the know, updated regularly on developments.
We will decide at the outset of the case how we will approach it with our goal being to maximize the value of the case. Here are just a few of our successes. Our fee-splitting or fee-sharing arrangement will be fair, clear, and acknowledged right up front.
We Are Client-Focused
The lawyers at Jinks, Crow & Dickson value their relationships with referring counsel but are driven by their focus on client satisfaction. Maximizing a case’s value is just one way to ensure client satisfaction.
The lawyers at Jinks, Crow & Dickson also keep their clients informed, listen to their needs, and treat everyone with the dignity and respect that they deserve. Here are what some of our clients have said about us.
Maximizing Case Value
The lawyers of Jinks, Crow & Dickson have tried many sizable cases to verdict. This experience helps maximize the settlement value of cases in which they appear as counsel.
Our lawyers have also accomplished numerous noteworthy settlements. They work hard to achieve a maximum settlement value for their clients. But if settlement negotiations are not successful, our lawyers have the experience, determination, and resources to try every case.
Why Was My Case Referred to You by My Lawyer?
The lawyers at Jinks, Crow & Dickson regularly work with other lawyers to help them with their cases for a wide range of reasons.
Sometimes it’s because they have more experience with that type of case. Sometimes it’s because they can more efficiently and economically handle that type of case. Other times it’s simply because your case may take more time and attention than your lawyer can devote to it right now. But it’s always because your lawyer is looking out for your best interest and wants to help you maximize your recovery.