We specialize in representing employees in employment law matters including wrongful terminations. This is the sole focus of our practice. Attorneys respond to all inquiries from potential clients. We do not delegate intake calls to legal assistants. Wrongful termination disputes are complicated and require immediate attention from a qualified attorney. Our consultations are free and confidential. We have helped many individuals obtain justice, validation and influence company policy for the benefit of everyone.
We also advise individuals who are still employed but believe that a wrongful termination is imminent. If you sense that something is amiss at work, do not let fear and intimidation discourage you from standing up for yourself. By contacting us, you will gain a powerful advocate on your side.
Although many cases come down to your word against the word of your employer, an employment law attorney will help you strengthen the credibility of case to set you up for best chances of success. Employers frequently attempt to hide their illegal actions under the guise of purported legitimate business reasons such as “reorganizations” or “layoffs” or false accusations of poor performance. During your consultation, we will explore the strengths and weakness of your situation and will advise you of all of your legal options. Most cases confidentially settle out of court and there are several informal avenues for moving on with your life if you are adverse to litigation. By retaining our firm, you will gain a powerful advocate on your side.
To benefit from all of your legal options, California law requires you to act quickly. California has strict deadlines for pursuing an action against your employer. Depending on the facts of your case, you may have only 90 days to initiate legal proceedings. No matter how good your case is, you will be barred from pursuing legal relief if you miss the requisite deadlines. An employer has no incentive to offer severance or compensate you for your losses and will not be held accountable by a court of law, if you miss these deadlines. For these reasons, we urge you to contact us at your earliest opportunity.
For more information about California laws relating to wrongful termination, please visit the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing or the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Our offices are located in Beverly Hills and Culver City. We represent individuals throughout California.