Los Angeles Class Action Lawyer
Working Together to Make Your Voices Heard
The average person would find it nearly impossible to go up against a big California company with a team of lawyers working on its behalf. A class action lawsuit enables people who have suffered similar harm by a large company to band together to file a lawsuit. The attorneys at Feldman Browne Olivares represent clients in class action lawsuits in Los Angeles against California employers.
File a Class Action Against Your Employer as a Group
A single employee may lack the time and resources to file a lawsuit against a large company. However, when there are other employees who have suffered the same harm, they can file a class action lawsuit. Since 1998, we have represented clients in individual and class action lawsuits in Los Angeles for a wide range of employment law issues.
Our attorneys handle California class actions involving:
- Wage compensation
- Denial of overtime
- Meal and rest breaks
- Illegal taking of employee tips
- Disability-related class actions
- FMLA and CFRA
- Gender-related class actions, including sexual harassment
While it can be easy for giant companies to silence a single employee, it is much more difficult to stop an entire group fighting together in a class action lawsuit. The claims of each worker strengthen the claims of other workers and helps the lawyer build a credible case. Our class action lawyers in Los Angeles have more than 50 years of combined experience in employment law and a reputation for fighting for the little guy. We offer free consultations, so it costs you nothing to learn if you have a case.
Ready to Go Up Against the Biggest & Best? Call (310) 984-1415.
Our LA-based class action attorneys handle legal cases in California involving minimum wage, overtime, meal break, and discrimination class action lawsuits. We have obtained a number of seven-figure settlements for our clients. We are ready to go up against the biggest companies in the state in defense of the average worker.
Call (310) 984-1415 for a free consultation about filing a class action lawsuit against your employer.