If you have been unlawfully fired from your job or otherwise had your labor rights violated, contact us today so we can fight for you. Our job is to protect your job.™
We’ve obtained a recovery in 97% of the cases we’ve accepted*
Our firm has been protecting employee rights for over a decade
We handle every aspect of labor and employment law
I started this law firm over a decade ago to redefine how clients receive legal representation. I heard countless stories of attorneys “too busy” to speak with their own clients; emails falling into an abyss, never to be heard from again. I wanted to change that. If we accept your case, you will be able to reach me at any time directly on my personal cell phone. You deserve zealous legal representation and personal attention. I promise to give you both.
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As a worker in California, you have rights at your job. Our job is to know what those rights are and how to best protect them. If your boss has tried to silence you, Stonebrook Law is here to help you find your voice. We stand up for what is right and fight for the protections provided by California law on behalf of mistreated employees of Los Angeles!
Our track record of obtaining favorable outcomes for our clients speaks for itself. Significant financial compensation is our top goal for the employees we represent in labor and employment cases. This is because being mistreated in the workplace can represent more than just isolated incidents of abuse. A full-time job takes up at least a third of the workweek, and with so much riding for so many workers on their salaries, labor law violations can lead to a massive drop in their overall quality of life. Los Angeles is one of
the most expensive cities in the United States and having their labor rights protected may be the one thing separating a worker from living below the poverty line. For other workers, their jobs are closely tied to their identities, and conflict in the workplace may throw their entire sense of self into chaos.
No matter how you feel towards your job—whether it’s your passion or just something that pays the bills—the only thing that should matter is that you’re performing your job duties well. Unfortunately, you could be the most loyal, dedicated, and productive employee on the planet, and none of that would matter if your employer is abusing and exploiting you. When workplace violations disrupt your ability to perform your job duties and burden you with stress and anxiety, it doesn’t make you a bad employee; it makes your boss a bad boss, and one who should be held accountable for these actions.
With a particular eye to providing our clients with top-notch costumer service, the legal team at Stonebrook Law is solution-focused so we can resolve every case we take on in a way that is most advantageous to each individual plaintiff we represent. Our proactive approach ensures that every client feels safe, comfortable, and informed throughout the process of advancing their claims. We don’t just speak to and for our clients; we make sure to listen to them as well so we can provide representation that truly fits their needs.
But what kind of cases do we actually represent? Our Los Angeles law firm represents employees in all aspects of California employment law and we are committed to representing only employees—not employers. Your work is our work. Examples of labor-related conflicts that we handle include:
Our experience with handling such a diverse range of work-related legal matters gives us a leg up in the courtroom and a wealth of specialized knowledge that you’ll find difficult to match! And all of that knowledge is put to use in providing our clients with the best possible legal counsel. No matter how big or powerful your employer is, if they’re mistreating you as an employee, we won’t hesitate to go head-to-head with them in a court of law.
On November 1, 2018, a Los Angeles jury awarded Ms. Kourtney Liggins $3.6M in a case involving failure to provide reasonable accommodation, pregnancy discrimination, and
On October 19, 2018, a jury awarded two current and one former employee $8M after FedEx allegedly retaliated against them for whistleblowing.FedEx allegedly overlooked FAA
On March 27, 2018, Jimmy Saxton was awarded $62,400 for unpaid and lost wages, $10,000 for emotional distress, and $750,000 for punitive damages on a