Referral Program


When you find yourself in a conflict with your clients or with a case that is either too burdensome on your firm or one you do not want to handle, please consider referring your clients to our firm.  We have had the benefit of referrals from attorneys across the country seeking excellent legal advice and representation in civil litigation cases. These referrals have expanded our experience and training and improved our ability to provide representation to other clients.

About Our Firm

Silldorf & Levine, LLP is a mid-sized civil litigation law firm headquartered in San Diego, California.  We have handled and resolved countless complex civil litigation matters.  Our expertise, staff, technology and financial resources allow us to resolve cases in a timely and efficient matter.  The attorneys at Silldorf & Levine, LLP have combined legal experience of more than 80 years. We have a proven track record of success in which our firm has recovered more than $200 million in verdicts and settlements for our clients.  At Silldorf & Levine, LLP we handle cases throughout the State of California and we are equipped to provide the same superior service wherever your case is located.

Types of Referrals We Accept

Business Litigation
Community Association Law
Construction Defect Litigation
Employment Litigation
Environmental & Land Use
  General Civil Litigation
Products Liability
Real Property & Title Insurance Litigation
Wage and Hour Class Action Litigation

Referral Fee Structure

Silldorf & Levine, LLP will structure a referral fee program specifically for you. We pay generous referral fees which vary from 10%-33% of the net legal fee depending upon the type of referral. All referral fees are paid in accordance with State Bar guidelines.

Taking the next step

We appreciate referrals as early as possible in a case. Our team can help develop
your client’s case immediately. We welcome your contact for any potential referrals or with any questions that you may have regarding our referral program.

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