Can I visit you at one of your offices?

Office visits are by appointment only. If interested, please contact us.

Are you affiliated with the Labor Board?

As a private law firm, we are not affiliated with the Labor Board, but we can help you with a full range of employment law issues.

Do you handle unemployment claims with the Employment Development Department (EDD)?

We do not file unemployment claims with EDD, but we can help you with a full range of employment law issues, including wrongful termination, discrimination and harassment, unpaid wages, and more.

How long can I wait to make a claim against my employer? Is there a statute of limitations?

Yes, there is a statute of limitations for every employment law claim and it is important that you act quickly in order to ensure the best possible results for your case. Our attorneys can let you know the specific timeframe you have to work with after a full review of your documents and other information.

Why do you decline to take certain cases?

Our law firm decides which cases to pursue based on several factors. A decision to decline a potential case does not mean the person who reached out to us does not have a case. In that instance, the person should feel free to speak with another attorney or law firm to get a second opinion. We sometimes refer people to attorneys outside our firm or recommend them to find an attorney on

How long will it take for you to make a decision on whether or not I have a case?

As soon as one of our attorneys has reviewed all of your documents and information, you will hear back from us promptly.

What percentage of a successful settlement do you charge?

Generally, our contingency percentage ranges from 25% to 45% of the settlement, depending on the type of employment claims involved. The attorney working on your case will discuss the specific details with you.

Will the legal help D.Law provides cost me money?

We review all cases free of charge. If we take your case, we work on contingency, which means our attorneys get paid a percentage of the money we recover for you with no out-of-pocket costs for you. If there is no recovery, our attorneys do not get paid anything.

What are the next steps after I provide you with all the relevant documents?

After you send the required documents, one of our attorneys will review your case and will get back to you as soon as possible.

Why do you need my bank statements?

Our attorneys check several important details on your bank statements, including the timing of your paydays, the amount of your pay, and the actual company who provided the payments. This review is necessary to fully assess all of your potential claims against your employer. The more supporting documents you provide, the stronger your case may be. As with all documents you send us, we review your information with strict confidentiality and do not share them with anyone without your consent.

If I have a simple question, can I speak to one of your attorneys without sending any of my documents?

No, because we do not want to give you partial or incomplete legal advice without understanding your specific needs. We need to gather all of your relevant documents first in order to review and determine whether D.Law can help you before you can speak with one of our attorneys. This ensures we can provide you with information on all of your legal options.

I don’t feel comfortable sending my documents. Why do you need them?

We need to review your documents, such as paystubs, to fully assess all your potential claims against your employer. The more supporting documents you provide, the stronger your case may be. We review any information you provide to us with strict confidentiality and do not share them with anyone without your written consent.

How can I talk to one of your attorneys?

After you send relevant documents for us to review, we can determine whether D.Law can help you with your employment issue. If so, we can arrange for you to talk with one of our attorneys.

How does a phone consultation work?

We first need to have an introductory call with you to gather information about the issues you have had at work. Then, we will ask you to send relevant work-related documents so our attorneys can review your case.  

Can I come to your offices to discuss my issue with one of your attorneys?

The first step is an introductory phone call. After that, we will schedule an in-person meeting if it is needed. You can get the process started by contacting us now.

How can I be sure your law firm is legitimate?

You can verify our credentials on our website, D.Law, or do an online search for our law firm’s name using Google or other search engines. You can also read reviews from real clients we have served.

How long has D.Law been in business?

Our law firm was founded in 2015 and our attorneys have over 125 years of combined legal experience.

Where are your offices located?

Specializing in California employment law, we represent clients throughout the state, with our main office located in Los Angeles.


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