Although California is an “at will” state, there are plenty of protections in place to ensure employers respect their employees, compensate them properly and do not discriminate against them.
Paying for an employment law attorney
We understand that if you are dealing with complications at work or a recent termination, the last thing you want is to worry about is paying for an attorney to help you handle your case. As a result, we handle all of our employment law cases on a contingency fee basis. Meaning you don’t pay for our services until we obtain a favorable settlement or win at trial.
Experienced employment law attorney
If you have been denied compensation, been wrongfully terminated or denied lawful meal and rest break, you may be able to bring a lawsuit to enforce your rights and obtain compensation from your employer. With extensive employment law experience representing individuals against employers of all sizes, we am more than happy to help you understand your rights and help you pursue a case to enforce them.
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