We Fight For The Rights Of California Workers
At Caskey & Holzman, we understand that contacting an attorney after you have been wronged by an employer can be an intimidating experience. For most of our clients, this is the first time they have ever needed a lawyer. Upon hiring our firm, you can expect to be treated as a person and to receive a high level of attention and care. We want you to be as comfortable and stress-free as possible throughout the process. Our lawyers will work closely with you, helping you know what to expect and explaining the law in a language you can understand.
Whether you are a nurse, a longshoreman, a business executive or a restaurant employee, our attorneys can assist you if you were treated unfairly and you believe your employer may have broken the law. We have more than 60 years of combined experience handling a wide range of employment law cases, including those involving:
What To Expect At Our First Meeting
When you first come in to meet with us, you can expect to be interviewed about the incident(s) that led you to seek our advice. We will ask a variety of questions to determine if you have a valid case worth pursuing. If we move forward, you will work directly with our team of attorneys, and you will always be informed of the status of your case.
Additionally, our attorneys will strive to maintain a congenial, professional relationship with the opposing side. Unlike other lawyers, we try to avoid contentious arguments that may prolong the case and cause our clients unnecessary stress. Based on our experience, this typically leads to optimal results for our clients.
Contact Us For Help Today
In the ever-changing area of employment law, it is important to hire an experienced and capable law firm. Make the right choice: Call Caskey & Holzman at 323-391-3984 or toll-free at 800-403-7096, or contact us online to arrange a free case evaluation with our Calabasas employment law lawyers.
We serve clients throughout Southern California and statewide. We accept most cases on a contingency fee basis.