Employees in Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, Glendale, and Los Angeles turn to Akopyan Law Firm, A.P.C whenever they need help from an experienced unlawful termination attorney. With a thorough approach, and in-depth understanding of employment law, the firms has recovered millions for its clients. Whenever an employee feel that he or she may have been terminated for reasons which are not lawful, the employee should consider doing the following.

Call An Unlawful Termination Lawyer

Employment law is complex. Not knowing the law can really hurt the chances of success. Generally speaking, employees would do well to avoid prosecuting wrongful termination cases on their own. Doing so could jeopardize a potential case. Therefore, the first step employees in Southern California should take is to contact an unlawful termination attorney.

Akopyan Law Firm, A.P.C. offers a complimentary case evaluation. This means employees can discuss the details of a potential case at no cost and learn important information necessary for them to make a decision as to whether or not they wish to pursue a case. The firm stands ready to help employees navigate the system. Victims of unlawful termination are welcomed to contact one of the unlawful termination attorneys at the firm for a consultation.

Gather Evidence

What’s the most important things that an employee can do after consulting with an unlawful termination attorney, is to gather the evidence that will be needed to successfully prosecute the case through verdict, or to obtain the maximum settlement value during negotiations. Far too often, evidence can be lost whether it is through the mere passage of time, inadvertent practices, or deliberate spoliation. Having important documents like emails and text messages can significantly impact the outcome of any potential case. As they say, the proof is in the pudding.

Create a List of Witnesses

Another important step for the employee to take is to create a list of every fact witness so that the unlawful termination attorney can I interview these witnesses and if necessary take their depositions, and/or secure their attendance at trial. The case is far more compelling when it is supported by the testimony of multiple witnesses.

Contact Akopyan Law Firm, A.P.C. Today

The firm represents employees in Glendale, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, Los Angeles, and throughout Southern California. When you need an unlawful termination attorney contact us to how we can help. We have earned many glowing testimonials and look forward to helping employees secure justice.