Frequently Asked Questions

We have categorized our most frequently asked questions into the following sections for your convenience. If you have additional questions or need more information about your issue, please contact us for a free case evaluation.

General FAQs About the Lawsuit Process

How does a lawsuit work?

Often clients have many questions about how the legal process works. The following chronology explains how a lawsuit may typically work, although many factors may affect this timeline. Keep in mind that the process often varies from case to case depending on the number of parties, factual issues, legal issues and the overall complexity of the matter.

Employment Law FAQs 

Wage, Overtime & Commissions Theft FAQs 

Sexual Harassment FAQs 

Discrimination and Harassment FAQs 

Wrongful Termination FAQs 

Whistleblower & Retaliation FAQs 

Age Discrimination FAQs 

Disability Discrimination FAQs 

Class Action FAQs 

Employee Misclassification FAQs 

Family and Medical Leave Violation FAQs 

Pregnancy Discrimination FAQs 

Case Studies

Wrongful Termination

Our client was wrongfully terminated after taking medical leave for a serious illness during her pregnancy. We successfully won compensation for lost wages, medical expenses and emotional distress.


Case Studies

Sexual Harassment

A dental hygienist was fired after complaining about unwanted sexual remarks. We won compensation for lost wages due to the termination, and damages for severe emotional distress.


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Wages & Overtime

Our attorneys were able to win a substantial amount of overtime pay plus unpaid commissions for a salesperson incorrectly classified as exempt from overtime.


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Disability Discrimination

A cashier was refused accommodation for her injury and then fired after she needed medical leave for back surgery. We were able to resolve her vase quickly with a substantial settlement.


Case Studies

Class Action

We were able to obtain a $1.95 Million in a class action for unpaid wages, misclassification of gig-economy workers.