Our firm represents public entity employees in a variety of workplace disputes and situations. Litigation against Public Entity employers present a variety of unique challenges and procedural prerequisites to bringing legal action. We represent Public Entity Employees in a variety of claims, other than union disputes, with a focus on:
- Kamali v. State of California Department of Transportation, total judgment of $1.8 million following 30 day jury trial
- Brake v. State of California Department of Transportation, total judgment of over $997,000 following jury trial
Our firm has experience in both employment and tort claims against Public Entities, and we can help you navigate the complexities and procedural hurdles inherent in litigation against public entities. If you believe that you may have a claim against your Public Entity Employer, you may contact our offices for a free consultation.
Our offices generally represent clients on a contingency fee basis. This means that there is generally no fee for representation unless we obtain money for our clients.
*Our offices represent Public Entity Employees in hearings before the State Personnel Board on an hourly basis only