Getting You Results and Value through Dedicated, Personal Representation
At the Goldberg Employment Law Group, effective representation, personal attention and outstanding service is our primary concern. With offices in the South Bay and West Los Angeles, we represent employees and champion your rights in the courtroom. We understand that our clients are the key to successful outcomes. That is why we partner with you to thoroughly investigate the facts and build a winning case with our experienced courtroom lawyers.
Unlike some larger firms, at the Goldberg Employment Law Group, you never have to worry about being treated like a number or being assigned a less experienced lawyer. While some law firms just talk about personal service, at the Goldberg Law Firm, we deliver – with flexible hours to meet with clients, whether in the evenings, early morning or on the weekends. And for clients with disabilities, we make house calls and provide legal consultation at your home, in order to avoid the physical challenges of visiting us.
With everything we do, we focus on VALUE to our clients – which means unlike many law firms you will encounter, we are willing to negotiate our legal fees in order to provide you, the client, with the greatest possible recovery. Putting our clients first. That’s why at the Goldberg Employment Law Group, we do more. Contact us today for a free consultation.
What You Need to Know:
- Your boss may not fire you, harass you or treat you unfairly based upon your sex, gender, race, religion, nationality, pregnancy, disability, sexual orientation, marital status, or medical condition
- Your boss may not fire you simply because you complain about or report workplace safety violations or health laws, sexual harassment, race, sex or age discrimination, pregnancy discrimination, complain or report illegal activity, for filing worker’s compensation claims, for refusing to do anything unlawful or exercising your legal rights.
- Your boss may not fire you, harass you, or treat you unfairly because you are taking a leave of absence under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), the California Family Rights Act (CFRA), or the Pregnancy Disability Act
- Your boss may not fire you, harass you, or treat you unfairly because you are associating with someone who is exercising their legal rights.· Even if you are not terminated, but decide to quit because of continuous, intentional and unfairly harsh treatment, you may also be entitled to sue (“known as constructive termination”)
- If you have worked for the same employer for a number of years, have been promised job security, and received good job reviews, your employer may not be able to fire without a valid reason.
Goldberg Employment Law Group is a California law firm clients trust to provide personal, one-on-one attention coupled with experienced and cost-effective representation. Our Los Angeles lawyers with offices located in the South Bay and West Los Angeles represent employees throughout Greater Los Ang...
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