Hawthorne Employment Lawyer

Our Hawthorne employment lawyer helps people who have been unlawfully terminated by their employers. We represent people in Hawthorne and throughout LA in lawsuits against their employers. If makes no difference whether you were fired for complaining about sexual harassment, being retaliated against, or were a whistleblower, your termination can lead to devastating emotional and financial suffering. You should look into your legal rights.

Our wrongful termination attorney’s office is located in Los Angeles, but he takes cases in Hawthorne and all the other Southern California cities. Hawthorne is the twenty-second largest city in Los Angeles County and was founded in 1905 before finally being incorporated in 1922. It is also is the location of some important technology including Spacex’s headquarters, Tesla Motors’ design center, and the Northrop Corporation. For Hawthorne’s official website, click here. The Wikipedia page for Hawthorne is also online. Contact our lawyer by clicking here.

Hawthorne Employment Lawyer for Employees

Types of Cases We Handle

Contact a Hawthorne Employment Lawyer

We know that finding lawyers can be frustrating, but our employment lawyer has the trial experience, know how, and determination to work your case as much as needed to get you the justice that you rightfully deserve. If you feel you have been wrongfully terminated, we believe you should contact an lawyer as soon as possible. The time you have to file your case is limited, and when that window closes so does your opportunity to keep your employer accountable.

You can contact us for a free consultation if you have any additional questions about our office. We will review your entire claim and let you know if it is in your best interest to pursue your lawsuit.

If our office decides to take your case, our lawyer will handle your lawsuit on a contingency basis. This means that the Hawthorne employment lawyer only gets paid if he wins your case and recovers money for you. Our office is then paid a percentage that has been agreed upon prior to your case. You do not have to pay a penny to have your case handled. Contact our office if you would like more information.