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Searcy has received 4 peer endorsements

James A. Carfagno Jr
James Carfagno Russellville, AR - Over 4 years ago

Relationship: Worked together on matter

I endorse this lawyer's work. Skip is a highly-skilled trial attorney. He prepares well and is not intimidated about going to trial if settlement cannot be reached. I had the pleasure of working with him on a case. He did a very good job and I would not hesitate to associate with him on a case in the future.
Steven Scott Eichenblatt
Steven Eichenblatt Orlando, Florida - Over 4 years ago

Relationship: Worked together on matter

Skip was highly recommended by fellow lawyers in the Florida Justice Association as person with great skill and integrity. His work ethic on our case together was incredible, and his efforts greatly increased the offers we recieved.Skip is a hands on co-counsel who gets in the trenches with you and fights for the client. I am honored to recommend him to anyone considering his services.
Ben K. Barron
Ben Barron Dallas, TX - Over 4 years ago

Relationship: Worked for lawyer

I strongly endorse Mr. Simpson's work. He has been an selfless advocate for the mentally ill and others who can't protect themselves for decades. Mr. Simpson brings the same discipline and honor to his profession as he did as a Lieutenant Colonel in the military.
Glenn W. Cunningham
Glenn Cunningham San Antonio, TX - Over 4 years ago

Relationship: Worked together on matter

Skip Simpson is nationally renowned as the best suicide lawyer in America -- and he lives up to the reputation. I recently brought Skip in as co-counsel to assist me with a suicide case in San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas. Having Skip's name on the pleadings added instant credibility to the gravity of my case. Skip not only brought his formidable experience to the table, but also a team of expert witnesses whose qualifications are unparalled in the industry. With Skip's able assistance, the case settled for over 7 figures before a single deposition was taken! Skip Simpson gives new meaning to the phrase: "Speak softly and carry a big stick!"”