Referring Attorney Group

The Alvarez Law Firm has a proven record of achieving outstanding results for our clients in medical malpractice, catastrophic personal injury and complex litigation. As a result of our reputation within the legal community, a significant portion of our cases are referrals from other lawyers and law firms.


Many of our referrals are received from lawyers who either do not handle medical malpractice or types of complex litigation or contingent-fee cases; others are from personal injury lawyers and law firms that do not have the time, expertise or capital resources to vigilantly pursue the rights of a particular client.


We routinely pay participation fees to other lawyers in accordance with Florida law.  If you are a lawyer and wish to refer a particular matter to our office, please contact us or submit our “Lawyer to Lawyer” referral form below.  A representative will promptly contact you by phone.


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