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Hire the Best In Order to Win

  • There are a number of attorney’s that practice in a number of different areas of the law. Some attorneys advertise they have a general law practice, meaning they will handle just about any legal situation if you are willing to pay them. However, employment law is too specialized to not have an experienced employment law attorney handle your case. It is unlikely that an attorney who does not handle wrongful termination cases on a regular basis will do as good of a job as one that does. If you find yourself in need of an attorney because you believe you were wrongfully terminated, illegally discriminated against, unlawfully harassed or unlawfully retaliated against, then you don’t want to just hire anyone, you want to hire one of Los Angeles’s best employment law attorneys. An experienced employment law attorney should have a track record of success in litigating various types of employment law cases. The most experienced employment law attorneys have handled hundreds of cases involving wrongful termination, workplace discrimination, retaliation, sexual harassment, wage and hour violations, and violation of whistle blowing laws. No matter what issue your case deals with you want to make sure you have one of Los Angeles’s best employment law attorneys handling it. Before hiring an attorney it is important to make sure you have a case the attorney can handle. Many law offices offer potential clients a free consultation and that is the time to ask questions about your case as well as fees. An attorney should evaluate the potential client’s case to determine whether or not the firm can help. If the employment law firm offers to accept the case of the potential client, then the client should ask specific questions to determine if they want the firm to represent them, and find out what they can expect to happen in the future. It is important for clients to discuss fees with their employment law attorney before they hire them. Some law firms require a retainer fee for services up front, while others don’t charge a fee unless they win the case. Most lawyers bill their clients by the hour so legal fees can build up quickly. A client needs to know what they will be expected to pay so that there are no surprises along the way. People also need to remember that some of the best attorneys take cases on a contingency basis, no recovery no fee. When it comes to needing legal help, you want the best possible, but remember some of the best employment law attorneys will not charge you until they get you a monetary recovery.

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