WHO We Are
WE ONLY REPRESENT EMPLOYEES
Our office is dedicated to the practice of employment and labor law, exclusively representing and fighting for employee rights in the Los Angeles area and throughout Southern California.
Our office was founded in 2014 with the goal of providing a more personal, dedicated service for our clients. We take on a limited number of clients to make sure that we can prosecute each case to the fullest extent, to make sure our clients get the best outcome they deserve.
We represent employees in all aspects of employment and labor law, representing employees in prosecuting both private sector and public entity employers. We pursue cases in both civil litigation and arbitration, wherever the case needs to be prosecuted.
We take all of our employment cases on a Contingency Basis, which means that our consultations are free and our Clients do not have to pay any attorney fees out-of-pocket. We do not get paid, unless we recover monetary damages for our Clients.
WHAT We Do
OUR OFFICE IS DEDICATED TO PROTECTING THE RIGHTS OF EMPLOYEES
Many employees are unaware of the rights they are entitled to under the law as an employee. We represent clients suffering from a wide array of employment law violations. We represent employees against their employers or former-employers against actions of Wrongful Termination; Wage and Hour Violations; Discrimination based on race, ethnicity, gender and sex, disability or medical condition, religion, and pregnancy; Retaliation; Harassment and Hostile Work Environment; Whistle-blowing; and Workers' Compensation Benefits as well as other areas that the employee is entitled to protection under the law.
If you have been mistreated by your employer or suffered a work-related injury, you should immediately contact us for a free consultation. There is no risk to having your case evaluated with us. Furthermore, we take all of our Employment Law cases on a contingency basis, which means that we will not get paid unless we win, and our fees will only be a part of your settlement or award.
Wrongful termination or wrongful discharge, simply put, is when an employee is terminated for an improper reason. An employee...
WAGE & HOUR VIOLATIONS
In 2016 California approved a gradual increase to the state minimum wage based on the size of the employer. For 2017, the minimum wage is $10 for...
Employment discrimination law refers to federal and state laws that prohibit employers from treating workers differently based on certain attributes...
Retaliation occurs when an employer punishes an employee for engaging in legally protected activity. Retaliation can include any...
HARASSMENT/HOSTILE WORK ENVIRONMENT
Harassment can take many forms, from derogatory jokes based on ethnicity or age to name-calling and slurs to threats and outright physical violence. For example...
Whistleblower laws protect employees from being retaliated against after reporting that their employer has violated the law or...
Employees injured on or after Jan. 1, 2004, who have a permanent partial disability caused by an injury, and whose employer does not offer other work, may qualify...
WAGE REPLACEMENT BENEFITS
If you have a work-related injury or illness, your employer is required by law to pay for workers' compensation benefits. Wage replacement benefits generally include ...
California workers’ compensation law requires claims administrators to authorize and pay for medical care that is reasonably required...
Death benefits are payments to a spouse, children or other dependents if an employee dies from a work-related injury or....
When To Contact Us
CONTACT US IMMEDIATELY FOR A NO RISK FREE CONSULTATION
If you believe that you have been wrongfully terminated or have become a victim to your employer's illegal employment practice, you should contact us immediately. There is no risk to talking to an attorney and your consultations are free. We also encourage you to reach out to us even before the employer's actions take place if you believe that a wrongful termination is coming your way. This allows for us to assist you in preserving evidence and guiding you to strengthen your case. Some of our best results have been achieved when our clients reached out to us preemptively, to prepare their case in advance.
All employment cases are subject to the statute of limitations. This means that there is a time limit as to when your legal action may be initiated. Generally, there is no way around the statute of limitations and there is very little that even an attorney can do at that point. We advise everyone who believes that their rights have been violated to reach out to us, or another attorney immediately.
Where We Serve
We represent employees in the Los Angeles area and throughout Southern California. Our main offices are located in Downtown Los Angeles and Cerritos, however, we can meet you at a location convenient for you through our network of offices.
18000 Studebaker Road
Cerritos, California 90703
811 Wilshire Blvd
Suite 1700 PMB #119
Los Angeles, CA 90017
Why The LOJM
WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY ABOUT US
We are proud of the work we do and take pride in representing employees. We can provide you with a long list of reasons why we may be the right attorneys to represent you, but we believe our actual client testimonials and reviews will help you understand what to expect and help you better decide on making the right decision.
“Great law firm! Helped me resolve my employment situation. Was considerate every step of the way and helped reach the results I wanted. Very very knowledgeable in employment law. I would have no problem recommending this firm to my friends or family.”
— Mike C., Los Angeles
HOW TO CONTACT US
You can call us for an immediate free consultation over the phone or send us an email with the best number for us to reach you. All of our work is on a Contingency Basis, which means that our consultations are free and our Clients do not have to pay any attorney fees out-of-pocket. We do not get paid unless we recover monetary damages for our clients.