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Speak with an attorney today, free of charge, to determine if you have a valid case and to learn more about your rights. We're here to help.
Concerned about the cost of legal representation? Rest assured, our payment is contingent upon your success. You only pay when we win.
Specializing in Employment Law
Our team of experienced attorneys has devoted years of practice to handling employment law cases, making us proficient and knowledgeable about various employment matters.
High Success Rate
Looking for a competent and reliable legal representation? Our excellent track record speaks for itself, with a 98% success rate in obtaining compensation for our clients from insurance companies.
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Whether you can't make it to our office or prefer a virtual appointment, we have you covered. Our attorneys are available for consultations via video conferencing.
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Question and Answers:
Question: HOW MUCH DOES IT COST TO HIRE AN EMPLOYMENT ATTORNEY?
Answer: Our services are offered on a contingency fee basis, which means you only pay us if we win your case. Our payment is a percentage of any settlement or judgment we obtain for you. This approach ensures that our legal representation is accessible to those who may not be able to afford it, and that we are fully invested in the success of your case. If we are unsuccessful in securing a favorable outcome, you owe us nothing.
Question: HOW DO I KNOW IF MY EMPLOYER VIOLATED MY RIGHTS?
Answer: Even though California is an at-will employment state, your employer must still comply with certain laws and regulations. You may have grounds for legal action if your employer engages in harassment, retaliation, discrimination, or wrongful termination based on your age, religion, gender, race, disability, or attempts to assert your legal rights. Don't hesitate to contact us if you suspect that your employer has violated your employee rights. We will work with you to negotiate your case and manage all communications with your employer, from start to finish.
Question: HOW MUCH IS MY CASE WORTH?
Answer: The value of your case will depend on a range of factors, including the severity of the harm you suffered, the extent of the damages you incurred, and the strength of the evidence supporting your claims. In cases where an employer is found liable for harassment, discrimination, or wrongful termination, damages may include job reinstatement, lost wages and benefits, compensation for emotional distress, attorneys' fees and court costs, and punitive damages in particularly egregious cases. We will conduct a thorough analysis of your case and advise you on the potential value of your claim.