Marina Del Rey Employment Attorney

Our office provides hope for people who have been wrongfully terminated by their boss. Our termination attorneys represents employees and residents of Marina Del Rey. We fight for the victims of these injustices whether there are whistleblowers, it is retaliation, or harassment. The effects from these events can be long-lasting and hurt more than just your wallet. If you think you have been wrongfully terminated, you should contact an employment lawyer as soon as possible.

Marina Del Rey is an unincorporated seaside community in Los Angeles County and has the 109th largest population in the County. Some of the main points of interest in Marina Del Rey include the Fisherman’s Village, the Ballona Wetlands, and the UCLA Marina Aquatic Center. For more information on this small, but beautiful, community take a look at its Wikipedia page.

Marina Del Rey Employment Lawyer

Types of Cases We Handle


Despite it being illegal, and well-known to be illegal, some employers still discriminate against employees because of their race, religion, and other protected traits. California law strictly forbids this and protects its employees far more than the Federal law does.

Sexual Harassment

Sexual harassment, unfortunately, is the most common type of harassment in the workplace. Every day thousands of women are subjected to this type harassment. Furthermore, some are being harassed because they complained about sexual harassment. If this sounds like your case, you should contact an employment attorney.

Marina Del Rey Employment Attorney

Finding the perfect attorney is not easy. Our attorney has experience in the courtroom and will put in the effort to maximize your compensation. If you have been the victim of any of the above illegal firings, we recommend that you contact a lawyer as soon as possible. These illegal activities have an expiration date, and if you miss it, there is no way to extend it.

Our law office gives free consultations, so you lose nothing by contacting us. Our employment staff will review your case and let you know if a lawsuit is in your best interest.

Furthermore, if our office takes your case, you will be represented on a contingency fee. This means that your attorney will not be paid until he either wins or settles your case for money. When that occurs, our office will take a percentage of your award to cover the costs of going to trial. You lose nothing and the cost to go to trial is not out of pocket. Call our office for any questions.