Treated like garbage at work? Misclassified as a salaried employee when you should be on the clock earning overtime? Were you sexually harassed, retaliated against, or wrongfully terminated? If so employment lawyer Branigan Robertson would like to help. He will happily assist a Lakewood resident if he or she has a good case.
Many companies also try to sidestep California’s law by hiring “independent contractors” instead of employees. If legitimate, independent contractors are not “employees” covered by the wage and hour laws, and therefore companies don’t have to pay them overtime. Legally, companies are not allowed to hire an “independent contractor” if the worker qualifies as an “employee” under California’s law. If you wish to know if you’ve been misclassified as an independent contractor, contact our law firm today.
Employment Lawyer in Lakewood
Attorney Branigan Robertson has experience handling a wide variety of employment claims and lawsuits. He aggressively protects the rights of employees throughout California. Because of his reputation for honesty, fairness, and conciliation, many of our clients come to us from other lawyers who know Mr. Robertson will do a good job.
Mr. Robertson invites you to call or contact us to learn about your legal options. Let us help you with your employment case. Call us or use our online contact form to get in touch with our aggressive Lakewood employment attorneys. We represent clients throughout Los Angeles and Southern California.
We work on a contingency fee. A contingency fee is where the fee is payable to the law firm only if there is a favorable result. In the law, it is defined as a “fee charged for a lawyer’s services only if the lawsuit is successful or is favorably settled out of court….” Contingency fees are usually calculated as a percentage of the client’s net recovery.