Were you harassed or wrongfully terminated? If you were recently fired or “laid-off” from your Chino company and feel the termination was wrongful, our employment lawyer would like to help. He is currently taking cases throughout Southern California, including Chino.
When an adverse employment action is taken against you the statute of limitations begins to run. You need to act quickly before your legal rights expire. Speak with one of our local labor lawyers to understand and secure your rights to money damages.
Employment Lawyer – Chino
At Branigan Robertson, we aggressively protect the rights of employees. We love fighting for the “little guy.” Because of our reputation for honest and tough advocacy most of our clients come to us as referrals from other lawyers.
Attorney Branigan Robertson has experience handling a wide variety of employment claims and lawsuits. He brings a dynamic and fresh perspective to the practice of law. He fights hard from start to finish and his clients never have a problem getting him on the phone. He exclusively represents employees in workplace disputes.
Most plaintiff lawyers represent employees on a contingency fee basis. So do we. 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. Let us help you with your employment case. We provide services throughout San Bernardino County (including Chino) and Southern California. Our office is located in Orange County.