Posted 6 years and 2 months ago
Labor and Employment
- Discrimination & Harassment Lawsuits
- Wrongful Termination Lawsuits
- Whistleblower & Retaliation Lawsuits
- Wage and Hour Class Action Lawsuits
- CA Overtime Lawsuits
Many employees in California often ask, "What does it mean when to be a no win no fee employment law firm?" The answer can get distorted, but in its simplest form, here is what it means to be a no win no fee employment attorney in California.
There are two major financial considerations in labor lawsuits: Attorney Fees and litigation expenses. At Blumenthal, Nordrehaug & Bhowmik, our employment law lawyers represent workers on a contingency basis. This means that if if we do not obtain money for employees, the employees do not owe our attorneys a single dollar for the time and effort we put into the employment lawsuit.
When we win money for employees, we usually charge 25% in class action overtime lawsuits, whereas other employment lawyers in California charge between one-third and fifty percent contingency fee. Fees are ultimately awarded by the courts in class action lawsuits anyways.
Our employment law firm
fronts all costs to litigate labor lawsuits to make sure that our clients have qualified experts, depositions and whatever other resources that they need to even out the playing field against big companies with tons of money, a mob of attorneys and unlimited resources. In overtime class action lawsuits, our attorneys pursuant to the California rules of professional conduct, make the repayment of those costs contingent on the outcome of the lawsuit. If we do not win employees money, we bear the loss of the costs to litigate the case and we don’t charge employees any attorneys’ fee.
The premier no win no fee employment lawyers of Blumenthal, Nordrehaug & Bhowmik discussing what it actually means to represent workers on a contingency basis in California.
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