If you were recently harassed, denied OT pay, retaliated against, or wrongfully terminated, you need to talk to an employment attorney. If you were recently fired or laid-off from your company in Culver City and feel the termination was wrongful, call Branigan Robertson. He is an experienced employment lawyer.
The statute of limitations begins to run once an adverse employment action is taken against you, and for certain claims the limitations period is short. Thus, you could jeopardize your case if you do not move forward with a lawyer. Call after you get fired to speak with one of the local employment & labor lawyers to understand your rights and what money damages you may be owed.
Free Consultation & Contingency Fee
Most employment law firms representing employees work on a contingency fee. A contingency fee is where the law firm is paid only if there is a favorable result. 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. They are usually calculated as a percentage of the client’s net recovery. Let the Branigan Robertson help you with your employment case. Call us or use our online contact form to get in touch with an attorney representing employees. Mr. Robertson’s office is located in Irvine and he represents clients throughout Southern California, including Culver City.
Employment Lawyer Culver City
Mr. Robertson has experience handling a wide variety of employment claims and lawsuits. He is exclusively focused on representing employees in workplace disputes, and represents unpaid, harassed, and discriminated clients. This includes wrongful termination, retaliation, and whistleblower claims. Branigan Robertson aggressively protects the rights of employees throughout California. Because of his reputation for honesty and strength, many of his clients come as referrals from other lawyers. But it doesn’t matter how Mr. Robertson comes to know about the case, what is key is that the employee contact us and initiate the consultation process.