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My commitment reaches beyond only handling employee laws. My care for you and your well-being is genuine, and I believe it is unethical and unjust for anyone to experience mistreatment. I have assisted numerous clients over the years and am here to support you.
My Specializations Include: Wrongful termination cases, Harassment cases, Discrimination, under California and Federal regulations, Wage and hour claims
I have a unique approach for every case and commit myself to assisting you in different employment law matters. Irrespective of whether you are subjected to harassment or have been wrongfully terminated, I am determined to fight for your rights and give you justice.
An employment lawyer can assist you with work-related problems. They explain your rights, negotiate with your employer, give advice on issues like discrimination and contracts, and can represent you in court if necessary. They make sure work matters are handled fairly and legally, whether you're an employee or an employer.
The cost of an employment lawyer can vary depending on factors like location, complexity of the case, and the lawyer's experience. Some lawyers charge an hourly rate, ranging from $350 to $750 or more. Others work on a contingency basis, where they take a percentage (often around 40%) of any settlement or court award. Many offer initial consultations for free or at a reduced fee. It's best to discuss fees upfront with a potential lawyer to understand the costs involved.
To find an employment lawyer, search online, ask for recommendations, and read reviews. Contact local bar associations or legal aid groups for help. Consult with potential lawyers for free, and choose one experienced in employment law and suited to your needs.
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