Our Los Angeles employment attorney represents clients in Hollywood. Our office helps people who have been wrongfully terminated by filing a lawsuit against their previous employer. The various areas of employment law we handle are discrimination, harassment, and whistleblower. It does not matter which of these your case falls under, if you have been wrongfully terminated the devastating effects of it are more than just financial.
Hollywood is a neighborhood in Los Angeles that is well known for being the home of the U.S. film industry. It was initially a small community in its own right until it was added to the city of Los Angeles in 1910. Soon after this, the film industry emerged becoming the most recognizable in the world. For more information on the history of Hollywood, check out its Wikipedia page. With the bustling film industry of Hollywood, it is no surprised that sometimes employees in this neighborhood need the help of an employment attorney.
Types of Cases We Handle
This is our most common type of case. While it seems pretty straightforward, it isn’t. Give our office a call and we’ll review your case facts and tell you if you have a case.
Many employees believe in doing what is right, and when they are asked to do something illegal, like cooking the books for taxes, their morality is rewarded with termination. Luckily, California has strong laws in place to prevent and correct these kinds of actions.
This is the most common type of harassment. It happens every day. Many women and men (but mostly women) are subjected to this type of treatment with the implication that if they do participate in suggested acts with their boss or employer they will get a promotion or a desired position. It can also occur when you have complained about such harassment and are terminated because of it. If you fit either of these bills, you should contact an attorney.
Hollywood Employment Attorney
Finding the right fit regarding attorneys can require a lot of time and effort. The Hollywood employment attorney in our office has experience in this area and will give your case the due diligence required to bring you to justice. If you have been terminated because of reasons like those listed above, it is in your best interest to at least consult with an attorney. You have a limited amount of time to pursue your lawsuit, and when that window closes, it closes for good.
If you have any questions or concerns about the legal services offered by our office, feel free to contact us. Consultations are free and require no obligation. We will gladly review your case and let you know if we feel it is worth your while to pursue it or if another course of action might be better.
If our attorney takes your case, you will be represented on a contingency fee. This means that your attorney will only get paid if he wins your case and receives an award for you. Our office receives a percentage of the amount recovered. This allows you to go to court without fronting the costs yourself. Call our Los Angeles office for more information.