Team With Tabor
We can make sure that a personal injury or wrongful death case doesn’t jeopardize your successful practice by consuming all your time.
Contact us today to refer the case and learn more about fee sharing arrangements with Tabor Law.
Indiana Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Attorneys
Our practice covers the entire State of Indiana in all areas of personal injury and wrongful death.
Does your case require some local expertise? Tabor Law welcomes opportunities to provide local counsel to attorneys outside of Indiana. We have experience serving as local counsel and can accommodate whatever level of service and support you need.
If you live in another state and are representing a case originating in Indiana, odds are you’re going to need Indiana counsel. The attorneys of Tabor Law Firm are happy to help people across the country who have been injured inside the state of Indiana. Or, alternatively, if your client is an Indiana resident and has been injured outside of the state, Tabor Law Firm can help.
Whether you need assistance navigating local rules, advice on judges or mediators, securing local experts, or interviewing local witnesses, we welcome these opportunities.
Referral cases & co-counsel opportunities
When you give a referral to Tabor Law it’s the same as giving your word.
Every referral is treated like it came from a partner in our firm. If you would like to refer a case to Tabor Law or if you are a licensed attorney and desire to explore co-counsel opportunities, contact us to learn more. We appreciate and seek your referrals. We are thankful to be your trusted resource.
Have a conflict with a case or just buried in work already? Tabor Law welcomes case referrals from lawyers in good standing. Tabor Law will advance expenses associated with the case, where necessary, and achieve the best outcome for your referral.
By referring a case, you eliminate any risk you have associated with paying expenses during the case, remove fee negotiations that might not fit your firm’s practice, and you are still compensated while you concentrate on the needs of your own practice.
In civil litigation, an adverse decision on a motion for summary judgment or an adverse verdict may leave you or your client with only one option: appeal. Likewise, when an opposing party appeals a hard-won judgment or verdict, that judgment or verdict must be defended. In either case, appellate matters call for quick action, detailed research and concise, persuasive writing. Appellate practice is a specialty unto itself, and the preparation of appellate briefs is a rule-bound and time-consuming process. An ideal appellate practice group offers real-world litigation experience along with the refined research and writing skills required to effectively argue a case on appeal. The Tabor Law Firm has the resources, staff and legal talent necessary to give your case the presentation it deserves. For consultation, referrals or co-counsel inquiries please contact: