Experienced Employment Lawyers For Workers

Hennig Ruiz Law Firm is recognized for our professional and financial resources and capacity to aggressively represent clients in the most complex employment litigation cases. We are proud of our case results in settlements and trial awards, recovering millions of dollars in compensation from employers who violate the law.

Finding A Good Lawyer To Represent You Is Not Easy

Look on the Internet or in the Yellow Pages and you will find numerous Southern California law firms advertising their employment law services. So what makes our attorneys different? Hiring the right attorney with the experience you need for your specific case may seem overwhelming. So what steps do you take when making your decision?

First, Look For Honesty And Integrity

It is important to keep in mind that no attorney can accurately give you a precise dollar value for your case. However, an experienced employment attorney can help you evaluate the potential strengths and weaknesses of your claim and guide you through your options. An experienced lawyer will give you a clear explanation of the law and will be honest with you about how a judge and jury will view the evidence if your case proceeds to trial.

Second, Look For An Attorney Who Won't Back Down

Many law firms will handle employment law cases as if they are a general dispute, only willing to negotiate a quick settlement. At Hennig Ruiz, our team always put our clients' interests first. We prepare every case for trial to protect your interests. And we have a winning trial record that makes us one of the most successful employment litigation firms in the region.

Then Look For A Lawyer Who Is Ready To Build A Strong Relationship

We make it a priority to maintain open lines of communication with our clients and we consult with them on every major decision. We provide thoughtful advice to our clients, analyzing every angle of each issue that arises, and we work zealously to get them the best results.

Contact Us To Schedule A Free Consultation

Visit our Do I Have A Case? page to answer a few questions relating to your circumstances. If the questionnaire indicates you may have a case against your employer, contact us for a free consultation. Se habla español.