Contact Us – Get in Touch with a Top Labor Law Attorney at Hershey Law

It’s not uncommon to see companies offer severance packages and golden parachutes to employees who get fired or laid off. However, you may find yourself in a tough spot if you’ve lost your job due to wrongful termination or other employment law violations.

While most employment law cases end in settlement and never go beyond the initial stages of litigation, it pays to ensure you do everything possible to protect yourself from future loss. What is the best way to minimize potential damages? The answer lies with your labor law attorney.

At Hershey Law, our employment law firm has extensive experience handling all types of employment law claims. We’ll work closely with you to determine whether there are any legal avenues for recovering damages. If so, we’ll pursue those options aggressively, including filing a suit against the employer.

Contact us to schedule a free initial consultation with one of our California employment law attorneys at Hershey Law today. Call 310-929-2190 or fill out the form on this page for immediate assistance.

When Should I Contact California Employment Attorneys?

It’s common that when someone loses their job, they don’t know what to do next. In most states, an employee has six months after being terminated to file a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) or the Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH). This means that contacting an employment lawyer as early as possible can help you avoid being forced to miss too much time from work while coping with the emotional trauma of having been wrongfully dismissed.

If you suspect that your employer has violated any aspect of federal laws or California worker protection laws, you should immediately seek legal advice from a labor attorney. You should consult with a lawyer as soon as you realize that you’re being harassed, discriminated against, disciplined unfairly, denied rights, or terminated without cause to learn more about employment laws in California and how they protect your rights. Employers often use legal maneuvering to intimidate or threaten former workers into signing unfavorable settlement terms. Your California employment lawyers at Hershey Law will be able to advise you on how best to proceed.

In some situations, an employment dispute will require you to take action without first seeking counsel from an experienced Los Angeles employment lawyer. For example, if you believe you’ve been subjected to sexual harassment, you’ll need to act quickly to make sure it stops. However, if your employer refuses to remedy your situation, you’ll want to consult a labor lawyer immediately to ensure that you take proper procedures to address the issue and prepare your case.

Tactical & Fearless Labor Lawyers in California

Hershey Law provides top-notch employment law representation in Los Angeles and across the state of California. Our Los Angeles employment lawyers handle various employment matters, ranging from discrimination and retaliation to wrongful termination and unpaid overtime.

With over 2 million settlements from fortune 500 companies nationwide, our Los Angeles employment attorneys handle every case with the highest degree of professionalism, diligence, and skill. Whether you need to investigate a claim of discrimination or need guidance on establishing a strong defense, Hershey Law’s employment law practice is here to help.

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Los Angeles Office

16255 Ventura BLVD
Suite 1205
Encino, CA 91436

Orange County Office

333 S Anita Dr
Suite 995
Orange, CA 92868

If you require legal expertise in any area of California employment law, please reach out to request a free consultation.