Employment Law Questions? Ask an Employment Lawyer.
First, congratulations on your win. It's great to see when the system works.
In which California county did all this occur?
Thanks. Have you approached any law firms about representing you in this matter?
No. Not yet.
I am looking for an attorney that specialized in constructive wrongful termination cases
You're probably not going to find an attorney that specializes in constructive wrongful termination because that is so specific. It would be like finding a physician that specializes in pinky toes. You would want a podiatrist, not a pinky-toeist. I would actually recommend that you work with someone who has expertise in wrongful termination cases, which would certainly include constructive wrongful termination. If you'd like, I can give you some leads.
Please. This will be helpful. I would like an attorney that is not afraid to take on my case. What goes on in that office is wrong?
Certainly. I would actually be inclined to refer you to the Los Angeles Bar Association because they have pre-screened their lawyers and they can connect you with several attorneys who not only have expertise in wrongful termination, but will also meet any other criteria that you may have. Go to their website here: https://www.smartlaw.org/ . For "type of lawyer" choose "wrongful termination" in the drop down menu. If you have any other requirements, you can include them in the box where you describe your problem. You can also specify if you need to have a free initial consultation.
I practice in California, and I use them whenever I need to refer a client to someone who has another area of practice. I've never heard anything negative back.
Okay. Thank you. I hope this will be helpful.
It's definitely encouraging that you won at your EDD hearing. If you can't get a good referral, feel free to come back and we can try to figure out some other options. But as I mentioned, I've had tremendous success with them in the past.
Thank you. Sorry if I feel discouraged. From my reading online, many attorneys are not willing to take on a case unless it falls into the protected class. In my case, the employer systematically derailed employees who filed complaints against him. It is a pattern that has been going for over three years. I will definitely look into the website. Thank you.
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I understand your point. How does an attorney determine that value? A former employee who filed a complaint against my former employer for the same reason, settled her case for $25,000. She had less evidence to support her claim than I do. Although they were wanting $100,000, the agency only settled for $25,000 because of her lack of evidence. I was the executive assistant to the executive director. I not only witness his behavior to other employees, I received a great deal of it, after I filed a complaint. I am not sure how to find an attorney who is willing to see the diamond in the mud, so to speak.