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Do you believe your employer breached your employment contract?

We Only Charge A Fee If We Get You Justice

Serving all of Southern California:  Los Angeles, Orange, San Bernardino, Riverside, Ventura, Santa Barbara, and San Diego Counties. 

Written contracts:  Many employers enter into written contracts with key employees.  Most of these agreements limit the employers right to demote or terminate the employment relationship.  If you have a written employment agreement and your employer has demoted you or terminated you, then you may have a contractual right to compensation.  You will likely need a lawyer to protect your rights under the contract.  Even if you just want to negotiate a fair severance package you may want to consult with an attorney to be sure that you understand all of your rights.

 

Oral contracts and implied agreements:  Oral agreements carry the same weight as written agreements, but they are harder to prove.  An employer can promise orally or by his conduct that an employee will not be terminated except for a good reason.  Such a promise is usually enforceable.  However, establishing such a relationship requires the immediate intervention of an attorney.  We can help.

 Why Hire Us? 

  1. Our lawyers are experienced trial attorneys.  

  2. We will only charge a fee if we recover compensation for you.

  3. Your case will be handled by an attorney from start to finish not a paralegal or assistant.

  4. Most importantly, we will tirelessly and aggressively pursue your interest to the absolute best of our ability.

 



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