Employment Lawyer for Employees

Branigan Robertson is an employment lawyer in Southern California. His firm exclusively represents employees across California in wrongful termination lawsuits against employers. Contact the firm for a free consultation. Mr. Robertson is a contingency lawyer who practices employment law out of his Orange County office.

Unfortunately, employees are sometimes taken advantage of by their employers; unpaid overtime, harassment, retaliation, and wrongful termination are extremely common. Mr. Robertson is an employment lawyer that represents employees throughout California who suffered harassment, discrimination, misclassification, or wrongful termination. Mr. Robertson has recovered millions in verdicts and settlements on behalf of employees.

Employment Lawyer Philosophy

  • Mr. Robertson only represents honest clients.
  • Mr. Robertson only practices employment lawIt’s his one and only focus.
  • Mr. Robertson provides uncompromising personal service.

What does an employment lawyer do? After Mr. Robertson takes a case he tries to negotiate a pre-litigation settlement for the employee. Mr. Robertson loves to try to settle cases without having to fight in court. If the bad guys refuse to pay the employee fairly, then Mr. Robertson files a lawsuit using California employment law. If the case still does not settle, Mr. Robertson will take your case to trial.

Employees should not try to do this alone. You need an great employment lawyer to handle all aspects of your case. An employment lawyer not only knows how to file lawsuits, but having the lawyer on the case automatically increases the value of your lawsuit. Although the firm is located in Orange County, Mr. Robertson represents employees throughout California.

Employment Law is Our Solitary Focus

Mr. Robertson focuses all of his attention on one area of law so that you can rest assured that your employment law matter is in the right hands. If you have a dispute with your employer you don’t want to hire an attorney who takes everything that walks in the door – you want to hire an employment lawyer who dedicates all their efforts to employment law. He exclusively practices in the following areas:

Employment Lawyer and Termination

Employment Lawyer Branigan RobertsonPeople get fired everyday across California. What makes a termination a “wrongful termination?” Do you need to hire an employment lawyer? Without getting too legalistic, a wrongful termination means that the employer fired someone for a reason that violates California’s public policy. It does not mean that the termination was unfair. “Public policy” means that the termination violated specific public policies contained in CA statutes, case law, regulations or constitutional provisions.

For example, it is unlawful for a California employer to fire an employee because of his or her gender, pregnancy, age, race, disability, or taking of a medical leave. It may also be considered a wrongful termination if the boss fired the employee for requesting a reasonable accommodation for a disability, or because the employee engaged in whistleblowing by complaining about unlawful, fraudulent or unethical conduct. It may also be a wrongful termination if an employee is fired for standing up for and associating with victims of discrimination and harassment. If this happened to you we recommend that you contact a labor and employment lawyer immediately.

At the end of the day, you shouldn’t be trying to figure out whether or not your termination constitutes an illegal wrongful termination. Let the employment lawyer figure that out. Contact Mr. Robertson’s office. All consultations are completely free of charge and, if accepted,  your case will be handled on a contingency fee.

Free Consultation | Contingency Fee

If you’ve been wrongfully terminated from your job don’t hesitate to call the firm for a free consultation. All cases are reviewed by an employment lawyer. Some people are afraid to call an employment law attorney because they are embarrassed about being terminated. Don’t be embarrassed, wrongful termination is extremely common and we are here to fight for your employment rights.

As a lawyer, it is Mr. Robertson’s mission to provide the best representation to employees who have been treated badly at work. Sexual harassment, unpaid wages, retaliation, and wrongful termination should be a thing of the past. Mr. Robertson regularly appears before the judges in Orange County Superior Court, Los Angeles Superior Court, and San Diego Superior Court. He is also licensed to practice in Federal Court. He is a member of the National Employment Lawyers Association (NELA) and the California Employment Lawyers Association (CELA).

For more information, or to speak with a Orange County labor and employment lawyer to find out your legal rights, please contact the firm today for a free consultation. Also, please note that by visiting this website or by contacting Mr. Robertson, an attorney-client relationship will not be formed until a signed fee agreement has been made.