For over 3 decades, Mullen & Mullen Law Firm has fought to earn a competent and trustworthy reputation in the Texas legal community.
We have the experience, skills, track record, and networks to maximize case value. We invite attorneys to contact us with potential referrals for personal injury cases in Dallas, Plano, Frisco, Fort Worth or anywhere in DFW. We know some cases are worth more than others, so why shouldn’t the referral fee percentage be flexible and based on the unique facts / damages of the case?
Our firm accepts referrals from other attorneys and law firms. We accept referrals on all types of personal injury cases including motor vehicle collisions, motorcycle collisions, truck accidents, premises liability injuries, work-related injuries and, of course, wrongful death and survival actions.
The Mullen and Mullen Difference: We pride ourselves on developing a case to maximize its value. We do NOT cattle farm our cases through an assembly line with the business model of making profit as a volume practice. Instead, we slow down and focus on verifying all coverage applicable to the claim then develop the case accordingly – maximizing the value of each case. Often, we utilize experts prior to suit being filed. Many times we are able to obtain a larger settlement without having to wait an additional 10-18 months for litigation to take its course. However, if litigation is necessary we won’t hesitate to utilize board-certified personal injury trial lawyers to fight the good fight.
If we, in turn, refer your client’s case for litigation, you’ll get your full referral fee agreed upon from the gross attorney fees, not a percentage of Mullen and Mullen’s percentage. In this regard, your interest is protected above that of Mullen and Mullen’s. After all, you generated the case as well as the opportunity that comes with that.
We highly value referrals and take pride in the results obtained on referred matters. If you would like to discuss a case referral – on a one-time basis or multiple referrals on a relationship basis – please do not hesitate to contact us to discuss how we can be of assistance to you and your client(s).
Texas law requires either the referring firm / attorney to have performed substantial work on the case prior to the referral OR joint responsibility among the referring and referred firm. We are flexible with either option. At a minimum Mullen & Mullen will pay the referring firm 1/3 of the gross attorney fees collected.
We look forward to the opportunity to work with you in the future.
Regis and Shane Mullen