The Jacob Fuchsberg Law Firm: The Highest Level Of Integrity
Have a Case to Refer? Call us today at (212)-869-3500. Many cases we handle at the Jacob Fuchsberg Law Firm are referred to us by other attorneys. We have a wide network of referring lawyers. If your client has a medical malpractice, nursing home, wrongful death or personal injury matter which falls outside the scope of your practice, we welcome the opportunity to work with you.
We proudly represent clients in the New York Tri-State area. Attorneys across the country feel confident recommending our services to their clients because they know about our record of success.
Not only do we achieve consistently excellent results, but our lawyers can be trusted to maintain the highest levels of integrity at every stage of the litigation process.
The Referral Process
We are committed to making the referral experience a smooth, positive, and beneficial one for everyone involved.
When we accept your referral, we enter into a written agreement with both you and your client to establish the distribution of fees. This ensures that all parties are informed and protected. Our referral fees and our procedures are structured in full accordance with the New York State Professional Code of Ethics. The governing rule is Code of Professional Responsibility DR 2-107(a) (22 NYCRR 1200.12[a]), which requires that the referring attorney must either perform services or assume joint responsibility for the representation.
When it comes to your degree of involvement in a case you refer, we are extremely flexible. We are open to most any arrangement and will be happy to accommodate your desired level of involvement. If you would like to discuss the details of a potential case referral or want to learn more about our referral process or fee structure, call the Jacob Fuchsberg Law Firm today at (212)-869-3500.
VERDICTS & SETTLEMENTS
Widow brought a wrongful death suit against a doctor after botched surgery of her husband.
Infant was brain damaged at birth due to the failure of a doctor to perform a c-section.
A wife and mother of three was paralyzed as a result of a faulty car roof design.
Failure to order an MRI resulted in permanent paralysis of a 14-year-old boy.
An infant was neurologically impaired as a result failure to perform a c-section.
Wrongful death of a pregnant woman and one of her babies, leaving the other brain injured.