A Personal Injury Lawyer Whom Other Attorneys Trust

If you are an attorney who has an opportunity to represent a client in a personal injury matter, but you do not have the time or the practice focus to develop the case, a contracted relationship with an experienced injury attorney may be a solution.

At the personal injury law office of Nichols Law Firm, we work with a number of attorneys who wish to consult with a lawyer who concentrates in personal injury matters. We also have extensive experience working with lawyers from outside North Carolina who have cases involving the North Carolina jurisdiction. Attorney Christopher R. Nichols has worked with lawyers from Florida, New York, Ohio, California, Tennessee, South Carolina, Georgia, Virginia, North Dakota, Oregon, Alabama, Mississippi and other jurisdictions.

Mr. Nichols has extensive personal injury trial experience and has litigated personal injury and insurance law matters as a plaintiff's counsel in every major metropolitan area of North Carolina, as well as in 43 of North Carolina's 100 counties. He has an excellent record of winning personal injury compensation awards for his clients, as well as clients he has represented on a contracted referral basis.

Don't turn away an injured client. We have worked with other law firms on a one-time basis, but most of our referrals become lifelong associations.

Our law firm utilizes the latest in computer technology to keep you connected to the case you refer. You will be able to instantly access documents and materials through secured transmission of electronic files, giving you the opportunity to monitor the case's progress. We utilize internet-based video conferencing for attorneys and clients so that instant face-to-face communication is at your fingertips.

If you are an attorney seeking a professional referral with an effective, experienced personal injury attorney, contact us online or call 919-915-0212 to discuss ways we can work together.

For legal information about North Carolina law, especially issues of subrogation and liens in North Carolina actions, please read our legal blog: www.NCTrialLawBlog.com.