With nearly 40 years of experience representing individuals throughout California with securities fraud issues, Attorney Jonathan W. Evans is highly qualified to handle any case in his field. Included in the list of
California Super Lawyers® from 2007-2103, he is esteemed by his colleagues. Additionally, he has been given a Superb Rating by his peers and past clients on Avvo, the premier legal ranking website.
Exclusively working with public customers, Attorney Evans provides legal advocacy to trusts, estates, individuals and others who have been victims of illegal procedures from stockbrokers, brokerage firms, or other financial advisors. Having litigated hundreds of securities arbitration claims, trying more than 70 cases that were resolved at the NASD and FINRA, and representing numerous public investors to favorable results, there is no case too complex for Attorney Evans.
Our legal counsel is available not just to our clients, but to other attorneys as well. If you are looking to maximize the recovery for your clients' securities law matter, look no further than our firm. We take pride in our work with other lawyers, sharing attorneys' fees and always promptly paying out referral fees once the case has been successfully completed. It is our belief that by hiring our experienced attorneys to assist with your client's case, that you are doing a great service to your clients' cases.
If you have a case that you would like to refer to our California securities litigation firm, please call (800) 699-1881.
The Law Offices of Jonathan W. Evans & Associates is in compliance with the fee-sharing rules set out by the State Bar of California. So long as the client agrees to fee-sharing in writing, the State Bar has authorized lawyers to share their fees. In accordance with this law, it is our goal to always have the client's authorization prior to the case closing, so that there is zero misunderstanding upon resolution of the fees.
No matter what area of practice, we enter into fee-sharing agreements with all kinds of lawyers, as permitted by law.
Fee-sharing percentages are determined by the specific case circumstances and can differ from case to case. Various factors that are evaluated when deciding the appropriate fee-sharing percentage, include what type of case it is, any potential costs, how high of a risk is involved, if there are any underlying losses, and how far into litigation the case has progressed.