Employment Rights Lawyer | Culver City, Los Angeles.

California Workers’ Rights Attorney: Representing employees in claims including, but not limited to: Unpaid wages, wrongful termination, sexual harassment, discrimination, and retaliatory discharge.

The Byrne Law Group proudly serve the area of Culver City, Los Angeles. We represent employees, and fight to protect workers’ rights. If you live or work near Culver City and you feel that your employment rights have been infringed upon, we are able to quickly and aggressively respond to protect your interests. Our Culver City employment law attorney will evaluate your case and provide you with free initial legal advice on what options you may have. We provide free consultations and do not pressure our clients to pursue legal action.

We may be able to assist you, if you have been affected by an employment law issue in any one of the following areas:

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Call now to schedule a free initial consultation: 800-805-4002
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Protect your finances and your future: Contact us today to schedule a free initial consultation. The Byrne Law Group offer:

      • Free Initial Consultations & Legal Advice;
      • No Fees Unless We Win Your Case;
      • Highly Skilled Litigators;
      • Outstanding Customer Service;
      • Friendly, Professional Staff; and
      • Flexible Appointments.
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