Our Inglewood employment lawyer handles cases for everyday people who have been fired illegally. We sue companies, big and small, because of discrimination. We also handle sexual harassment and whistleblower claims. Regardless of whether you were fired for your race, opposing illegal activities, or reporting those illegal activities, the financial and emotion damage caused by your employer’s actions can be extreme and should be considered as soon as possible.
Inglewood is a city in southwestern Los Angeles County and sports the thirteenth largest population in the county. But if you were thinking about “sports” in the traditional sense, it is also the future home of two NFL teams: the Los Angeles Rams and the Los Angeles Chargers. If you would like to learn more about Inglewood, visit the city’s official website or their Wikipedia page. But a lot of people have jobs in Inglewood. Unfortunately, sometimes people are treated poorly at work. That is what our Inglewood employment lawyer is here for.
Types of Cases We Handle
Many people stand up for what they believe is right at work. Sometimes, however, bosses don’t care and feel the need to fire the employee so that they can keep doing their illegal activities. When this happens retaliation law comes into play and protect the people opposing unlawful practices at work.
It is clearly wrong and employers know it, but still very common to terminate an employee because of one of many protected traits in California. It happens everywhere, even in Inglewood. The areas our office covers includes:
- Disability Discrimination
- Age Discrimination
- Gender Discrimination
- Racial Discrimination
- Religious Discrimination
Unlawful dismissal is common throughout California. If you feel that something was fishy about your termination, read our page that details this area of law in detail. Or you can visit our Los Angeles wrongful termination lawyer page (our homepage) for more of a detailed overview of our practice.
Inglewood Employment Lawyer
Locating the perfect fit of a lawyer is not easy. However, our Inglewood employment lawyer has the experience and will work tirelessly to get you the result you deserve. If you believe that you have fired for an illegal reason and need legal help, you should contact an employment attorney immediately. The statute of limitations for your lawsuit is counting down the longer you wait and once that clock hits zero, your ability to hold the bad guy accountable expires as well.
If you want more information on the services offered by our office, contact us for a free consultation. We will evaluate your story and let you know if we think it is in your best interests to pursue your lawsuit.
If our office takes on your lawsuit, we will be paid with a contingency. A contingency fee means that you will not pay use a penny unless we win money for you in trial or a settlement. In that event, the office is paid a percentage that has been agreed upon prior to the investigation. Contact us if you have any more questions.