Attorney Referrals

I frequently receive referrals from other attorneys, including both local and out-of-state counsel.  My commitment is to bring the resources and experience to meet the needs of both you and your client.

I argue cases to juries in rural Alabama to United States appellate courts and everywhere in between. I have the experience to understand all aspects of a claim, so that I can focus on the important issues from the start. I value my relationships with lawyers across the state and the country, and work closely with referring counsel to make sure case information is regularly available and the matter is handled to the satisfaction of both the referring counsel and the referred client.

Whether you refer the entire case or simply prefer to co-counsel, my commitment to diligence and excellence remains the same.  I am comfortable and effective in any role, from total responsibility for representation throughout the lifespan of the case to playing supporting roles along the way.  Prior to accepting a referral, I work with the referring attorney to define roles and find a mutually agreed upon fee.

Referring attorneys know that I will provide the best possible representation for our mutual clients, and that I will never solicit additional work from their clients beyond the scope of the referral.

Don’t Just Take My Word

Rich Raleigh has consistently been recognized by numerous national organizations, publications and their peers as among the most successful and experienced courtroom lawyers in the country.

Best Lawyers

SuperLawyers

Martindale-Hubbell’s AV Preeminent Peer Review Rated

Please visit “About Me,” “Practice Areas,” and the Wilmer & Lee, P.A. website to learn more about my practice, or contact me for further information.

If you have made a referral before, thank you for trusting me to handle your client’s case.  If you are considering teaming up on a matter, I would like to speak with you.  (Contact me)

Please Note:
By law, non-lawyers cannot receive referral fees.  Also, the Alabama State Bar requires the following statements: No representation is made that the quality of legal services to be performed is greater than the quality of legal services performed by other lawyers.  Past results are not an indication of future results.  Every case is different, and each case must be evaluated on its own facts and circumstances as they apply to the law. The valuation of a case depends on the facts, the injuries, the jurisdiction, the venue, the witnesses, the parties, and the testimony, among other factors.