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No Win No Fee Employment Lawyers

Posted by Eric Kingsley | Nov 14, 2023 | 0 Comments

Using an employment lawyer can be costly. Even when employees face discrimination, harassment, retaliation or other mistreatment at work and have a solid case, hiring a workplace lawyer and incurring expenses relating to litigation can be cost-prohibitive. In addition to the money issue, there is also the fear factor. Victims of employment violations may be afraid to speak out. In some cases, you may not know the next step to take.

This is why the law firm of Kingsley and Kingsley Employment Lawyers in Los Angeles offers No Win, No Fee representation and litigation services. This means we offer our clients the assurance that we only get paid if you recover compensation in your employment case.

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How Our "No Win, No Fee" Attorneys Can Assist You

When you win your employment case, you either receive a settlement or a jury award. A majority of employment cases tend to be settled outside of court. In such cases, you would get a settlement amount. If your case goes to trial and you win, the jury awards you compensation. The percentage our workplace lawyers get paid will depend on the contingency fee that we mutually agree on prior to accepting your case.

The monetary compensation you receive in your case is crucial. It is important that you receive a fair settlement amount or jury award. In other words, the amount you receive compensation must make you whole and be enough to cover the financial losses you suffered. In each case, our lawyers assess the potential monetary award to see if it would cover the cost of our services. We also account for other factors such as loss of income, pain and suffering, emotional distress, etc. We then present evidence to support these claims, which is necessary for you to get compensated.

As mentioned earlier, reaching an out-of-court settlement is one of the most common outcomes in a Los Angeles employment case. When you settle out of court, the advantage is that you can avoid spending more money on expensive legal fees. While this could decrease the amount of money you receive, it also reduces the risk of losing your case. This is why, in most cases, negotiating a settlement may be the best outcome for all concerned parties.

What Are The Advantages Of Hiring "No Win, No Fee" Lawyers?

One of the biggest advantages of hiring a "No Win, No Fee" lawyer is that it could apply to every employment case in California. This means you can claim compensation for the losses you suffer as a result of wrongful termination, wage theft or any other type of employment or labor law violation. You can also rest assured that the lawyers who offer this type of a guarantee will be honest with you and work diligently to secure the best possible outcome for you.

Our Attorneys Get Paid If You Win

The Los Angeles employment lawyers at Kingsley and Kingsley Employment Lawyers have stood up for the rights of wronged employees for more than 40 years. We believe that employees who have been treated unjustly in the workplace deserve to receive fair and full compensation from those who are responsible for their losses. One of several reasons why many hesitate to proceed with an employment case is because they worry about expensive legal fees.

We have our No Win, No Fee guarantee policy in place to give you that peace of mind that if you don't recover compensation in your case, you don't have to worry about paying our fees. Our experienced Los Angeles employment lawyers have the confidence that our knowledge, resources and commitment to securing justice for our clients enable us to be successful. We help ensure that our clients receive maximum compensation for their tremendous losses.

Free Initial Consultation

In addition to our No Win, No Fee policy, Kingsley and Kingsley Employment Lawyers also provides clients with a free legal consultation. We specialize in handling employment law and labor law violations in California. Our Los Angeles employment lawyers can help provide clarity and understanding by answering any questions you may have about complex employment laws. Because California workplaces are governed by state and federal laws, it can be difficult to understand which laws apply to your case. Our knowledgeable employment lawyers can provide the advice and guidance you need to make an informed decision in your case. Because our initial consultations are free, you have nothing to lose.

Employment Law Violations

There are a number of California employment and labor laws that are commonly violated by employers. Here are some of the most common examples of employment cases we handle in Los Angeles:

  • Employees or co-workers harassing an employee because of protected characteristics such as race, gender, age, gender or sexual orientation.
  • Employers who retaliate against their employees because they blew the whistle on illicit activity at the workplace or unsafe conditions at job sites.
  • Employees not getting paid due wages such as the correct minimum wage, overtime pay, breaks, sick leave, final paychecks, etc.
  • Mistreatment or discrimination of employees based on race, age, gender, disabilities, pregnancy, religion, national origin, etc.
  • Employees being wrongfully terminated from their jobs.
  • Employees quitting because they are unable to tolerate a hostile work environment.

Retaining the services of an employment lawyer with a track record of success can give you a much-needed edge in your case. Most employers in Los Angeles have their own legal team that will look out for their best interests. If you are trying to hold your employer accountable for violating the law, they may not even take your claim seriously if you do not have quality legal representation.

Our No Win, No Fee Lawyers In California

If you believe that your rights have been violated at work, the experienced Los Angeles employment attorneys at Kingsley and Kingsley can help you better understand your legal rights and options. Our legal team will stand up for your rights and protect your best interests every step of the way. We are committed to providing all our clients a free legal consultation and giving our guarantee of a No Win, No Pay service regardless of the complexity of your case. We are dedicated to providing quality legal representation and serving our clients with dignity and respect. Call us today at (818) 990-8300 for a free, comprehensive and confidential consultation.

What Do Employment Lawyers Do?

Employment lawyers are attorneys who handle cases that specifically involve employment law issues. Employment lawyers help ensure that workers are treated in a fair and equitable manner under the law. In addition, an employment lawyer can provide valuable advise to employees regarding their rights and information about whether any of their rights have been violated. An employment lawyer can help you with wage and hour issues. For example, if your employer is not paying you the correct minimum wage or if you are being asked to work off the clock without being compensated for it, you deserve to receive the wages you rightfully deserve.

An employment lawyer can help you fight for your rights and assist you with the process of recovering those unpaid wages. Employment lawyers also represent workers who are being discriminated or harassed based on their race, sex, gender, sexual orientation, disabilities, age or other characteristics protected under the law. They represent the rights of workers who have been wrongfully and illegally terminated from their jobs by employers.

How Much Does An Employment Lawyer Cost?

The amount of money it may cost to retain the services of an employment lawyer could vary widely depending on the following factors:

  • The experience and skills the employment lawyer possesses
  • The area of employment law your case involves
  • The length of time your case might take to resolve
  • The location of the attorney or law firm
  • The facts and circumstances of your particular case
  • The complexity of your case and the facts surrounding it

Why Hire a No-Win-No-Fee Lawyer in Los Angeles?

If you are looking for an employment lawyer to represent you, you have likely suffered trauma in the workplace, which could range from discrimination, harassment and retaliation to wrongful termination. When you have wrongfully terminated or have faced discrimination in the workplace, you are not only looking at the financial losses that come with losing one's job, but also the embarrassment and humiliation as well as the emotional trauma one experiences as a result of mistreatment.

When you hire the No Win, No fee attorneys at Kingsley & Kingsley Lawyers, you will have a number of advantages, given the vulnerable situation you are in. You will be protected from paying upfront fees and costs, unless otherwise specified. You won't pay any fees or costs if your case is not successful. We make this promise in writing, which means you

know that you won't pay anything unless we win compensation for you. One of the biggest reasons to hire our no-win-no-fee lawyers is because of the peace of mind it can give you and your family.

Do I Need to Hire an Employment Lawyer?

Retaining an experienced Los Angeles employment lawyer who gives you a no-win-no-fee guarantee can provide you with the opportunity to proceed with your case without the fear of significant expenses. Your lawyer can review your specific situation, provide valuable advice about possible strategies and potential outcomes, and represent you in court or before a governmental agency that is reviewing your complaint against an employer.

Our Recent Wins

"No win, no fee" serves as a beacon of hope for those seeking justice in the workplace. Behind every victorious case lies the expertise and dedication of seasoned attorneys who champion the cause of their clients. Today, we proudly showcase our achievements in two landmark settlements, underscoring our commitment to delivering justice for workers that have been taken advantage of by their employers.

$44,000,000.00 Settlement: Misclassified Stock Brokers In a significant triumph for our clients, we secured a groundbreaking $44,000,000.00 settlement in a case involving the misclassification of stock brokers. These financial professionals, integral to the intricate workings of the stock market, were wrongly classified, leading to unjust financial ramifications. Our legal team tirelessly navigated the complexities of employment law, meticulously building a case that highlighted the nuances of the misclassification issue. The result? A resounding victory that not only compensated the affected individuals but also sent a powerful message about the importance of fair labor practices in the financial sector.

$11,000,000.00 Settlement: Misclassified Managers & Assistant Managers In another notable achievement, we secured an $11,000,000.00 settlement in a case representing misclassified managers and assistant managers. These key contributors to organizational success found themselves facing the repercussions of inaccurate job classifications. Our attorneys delved into the specifics of each client's role, uncovering the discrepancies that led to their misclassification. This victory not only provided substantial compensation to those affected but also underscored the need for companies to accurately classify and fairly compensate their managerial staff.

About the Author

Eric Kingsley

Eric B. Kingsley is a 2023 "Best In Law" Award winner and has litigated over 150 class actions. He is also an AV peer rated attorney and a prolific speaker at various seminars on employment law.


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