Employment Law Attorney Serving Sacramento, Oakland and Surrounding Areas

Employees working in Sacramento, and throughout California, are protected by many federal and state level employment laws. If you believe your rights as an employee have been violated, our lawyers are here to help you fight for the compensation you deserve.

The attorneys at Ward Law Firm litigate in California and federal courts. We negotiate and obtain settlements on behalf of employees and workers. Our law firm handles cases on behalf of individual employees and are willing to bring class and collective actions.

Fighting For the Rights of California Employees

The attorneys at The Ward Law Firm are dedicated to standing up for the rights of our clients.

These are people who have experienced discrimination in various forms, such as:

We fight for individuals who are wrongfully treated in the workplace and need help standing up for their rights. You can trust in the experience we offer to protect your interests in light of the employment discrimination you are facing.

Our Experienced Professionals Can Protect Your Rights

If you work in Sacramento and are being treated unfairly or illegally in the workplace, we can help.

At The Ward Firm, we provide aggressive, knowledgeable employment law representation. Our founding attorney, Justin L. Ward, is a skilled Sacramento litigator who works hard for his clients. Let him fight for you as well. Call us at 916-443-2474 or send us an email using our contact form to schedule a consultation.

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Schedule a Free Consultation

At your free initial consultation, you will meet directly with Justin, and he will explain how he can best help you with your case. If you decide to work with us, we will immediately get started on creating a strategy that protects your interests.

To get more information, call our office at 916-443-2474 or send us an email using our contact form. We are available by phone 24 hours a day. Se habla español.

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