Kabateck LLP welcomes attorney referrals from all types of lawyers and law firms.  Nearly all of our cases have come to us by way of referral through other lawyers who have trusted us with their client’s case. Accordingly, we regard all our referring attorneys with absolute respect and courtesy, and we promptly pay referral fees upon case resolution.

Hundreds of lawyers have relied on us because they know that if a case has merit, we will expend the resources to maximize recovery. We proudly offer a competitive share of our attorney’s fees to our referring attorneys.  If an attorney so expresses, we also joint venture on cases whereby a referring attorney will stay involved throughout the litigation. With Kabateck LLP involved in a case, our referring attorneys know that they have maximized the potential recovery for their client.

Kabateck LLP embraces the opportunity to talk to you and your client about your case. If you have a case or would like to discuss the possibility of a referral to our firm, please contact us at your earliest convenience.

The following is a list of referral amounts we have recently paid to attorneys who have referred cases to us:

  • 24 Million
  • 9.75 Million
  • 7 Million
  • 6.25 Million
  • 5 Million
  • 4.3 Million
  • 4.25 Million
  • 4 Million
  • 3.75 Million
  • 3.3 Million
  • 3 Million
  • 2.5 Million
  • 2.3 Million
  • 2 Million
  • 1.8 Million
  • 1.7 Million

Landmark Settlements & Recoveries

$500M+ Personal Injury
$300M Class Action
$300M Consumer Settlement
$500M Insurance Bad Faith

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Proven Track Record of Recovery for Victims

KBK is dedicated to maximizing recovery.  We have recovered over One Billion Dollars for injured and abused plaintiffs.  KBK has experience fighting for and obtaining justice for women and children who have suffered sexual abuse at the hands of perpetrators permitted to flourish while public institutions turned a blind eye to their suffering. Most recently, KBK obtained a $6.8 Million settlement from a K-8 school that turned a blind eye to the sexual abuse of several boys by their teacher.

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