481.03 ATTORNEYS SHALL NOT EMPLOY SOLICITORS.
No attorney at law shall, through any runner, agent or person not an attorney at law who
is employed by the attorney, solicit a person to employ such attorney to present a claim for
damages for personal injuries or for death, or to prosecute an action to enforce such a claim, and
no attorney at law shall, directly or indirectly, give a promise to any such person other than
an attorney at law any money, fee or commission in consideration of the employment of such
attorney by a person having a claim for personal injuries or for death, or soliciting or procuring
such person who has such claim to employ such attorney to present such claim or to prosecute an
action for the enforcement thereof.
History: (5687-5) 1929 c 289 s 1; 1986 c 444