At Lauer and Currie P.A. nothing makes us happier than paying referral fees. In the past 15 years, we have paid many healthy six-figure referral fees on Federal civil rights cases across the State of Florida. Many of our most important wrongful death cases originated as referrals from other attorneys. If you ever encounter a situation where a person has died in custody, please contact us. Federal civil rights cases under 42 U.S.C. § 1983 are not something to be taken lightly. Attempting to dabble in a complex area of law can harm your client and your reputation. If you choose to co-counsel with our law firm, we will keep you in the loop but, if you are interested, we will take the time to teach you what we do. As an attorney you may never need to know the ins and outs of a § 1983 case; however, it is important to at least know the basics of how this statute works because it is one of the main ways that an attorney can assist the community and keep the Government honest.
If you are ever considering taking an inmate wrongful death case, please feel free to give Greg Lauer a call. I enjoy talking to other attorneys about civil rights issues and I will provide any advice or materials that may help you. Civil rights issues are critical to me and even if I’m not formally involved in your case I would still like to assist you in anyway that I can. If these cases aren’t filed and litigated, then the injustice won’t stop.
All of our referral relationships are made in compliance with The Florida Bar’s Rules of Professional Conduct.