Our Burbank employment attorney helps people that have been illegally fired by their employers. Mr. Odell is a wrongful termination labor lawyer and he only represents employees. We represent people against their employer and provide hope after they have lost their income. The last emotional and financial effects of these incidents can be devastating and you should ask about your legal rights.
Our office is located in Beverly Hills, but our attorney takes cases in Burbank. Burbank is the sixteenth largest city in LA County and was incorporated in 1911. Along with Glendale, Burbank is a major hub for the entertainment industry being the home of Disney, Warner Bros., and NBC. The Wikipedia page for Burbank can be found here, or you can view Burbank’s official website.
Though Burbank is a place where a lot of our fantasies and dreams are put on film, it still has its fair share of workplace nightmares. Because of this, residents and employees in Burbank sometimes need the help of an employment lawyer.
Types of Cases We Handle
We obviously handle a lot of wrongful termination cases. Visit our main page on that here.
Though it may be hard to believe, many employers still sometimes discriminate against employees due to their race, religion, sexual orientation and much more. Luckily, California has very strong laws in place to fight these actions. If you think you were fired for a protected trait, it’s in your best interest to contact an employment attorney.
The most common type of harassment in the workplace is sexual harassment. Though we traditionally think of it as involving opposite sexes, it can also be male to male or female to female. Regardless, if you are being sexually harassed you do not need to stand for it.
Burbank Employment Attorney
We know that searching for the right attorney can be frustrating, but our attorney has the experience, knowledge, and resolve to work your case as much as need to win you compensation. If you think you have been fired for illegal reasons and need legal assistance, we suggest you contact an employment attorney immediately. Your claims have an expiration date, and, unfortunately, those cannot be extended.
If you have any questions about our office, contact us for a free consultation. We will go over your case and let you know if your best course of action is a lawsuit.
If our Burbank employment attorney does take on your lawsuit, he will be paid on a contingency fee. This means that the attorney does not get paid unless he wins your trial (or settles) and recovers money for you. Our office is paid a percentage of your recovery. So, you do not have to pay anything upfront for your attorney. Contact our office today for more information.