How To Schedule a Free Appointment With a San Francisco Employment Lawyer
If you have suffered unfair treatment at work, you may be unsure about what to do or whether you have a case against your employer. Contacting an employment law firm can give clarity on the legal options available to you. An employment attorney can help you understand your rights as a worker and provide guidance on the next steps.
McCormack Law Firm is here to help employees with wrongful termination, discrimination, sexual harassment, retaliation, unpaid overtime or commissions, wage theft, and other employment issues. Schedule a free initial consultation with one of our experienced San Francisco employment lawyers to discuss your case and get free legal advice.
Contact Us Today
There are several easy ways you can get in touch with McCormack Law Firm. Call (415) 925-5161 for a free initial consultation or fill out our online form to make an appointment with a San Francisco employment lawyer.
For your convenience, we have locations in San Francisco and Marin County. Due to ongoing COVID-related restrictions, most businesses can be handled over the phone.
San Francisco Office
San Francisco, CA 94133
Marin County Office
1299 4th Street, Suite 505A
San Rafael, CA 94901
The idea of speaking to an attorney can seem intimidating. But most of our callers have never called an employment attorney before, so we will always answer your questions and can explain the process for you in plain terms. At the McCormack Law Firm, we want to make workers feel comfortable sharing their concerns, so our employment lawyers will treat you with compassion and respect while listening to what happened.
What to Expect When You Contact McCormack Law Firm
McCormack Law Firm is experienced in providing quality legal representation to workers across the San Francisco Bay Area and Northern California. We always have your best interests in mind.
There is no cost to you when you reach out to McCormack Law Firm via phone or our website. Your first inquiry is always free, and you are under no obligation to hire us after our initial conversation.
While it is not necessary to provide documents for the initial consultation, you may wish to have documents related to your issues available if there are questions. Examples include a termination letter, performance evaluations, doctor’s notes, wage statements or a commissions plan. But do not worry if you don’t have copies of these documents.
If you do choose our firm to handle your employment dispute, in most cases, you will not have to pay any fees until we recover damages for you. No matter what, we aim to provide quality service with the lowest possible expenses to you.
Our goal is to explore your legal options and provide personalized recommendations based on your situation. Any communications you have with our office will remain confidential and will never be shared with a third party without your consent.
Why Should I Speak to an Employment Lawyer?
Many workers have questions about the lawsuit process or how they can stop their employer from engaging in unlawful behavior. A San Francisco employment lawyer can determine whether you have a strong case, along with explaining the process of filing an employment lawsuit and figuring out what damages you may be entitled to.
There are also important time limits involved with bringing an employment claim in California. An attorney will consider those when evaluating your case.
Workers sometimes tolerate labor violations for years without complaining out of fear of losing their jobs. Other employees are unfamiliar with their legal rights. No matter your situation, scheduling an appointment with an employment lawyer is an important first step in holding your employer accountable and getting the compensation you deserve.
Schedule Your Free Consultation
If you suspect your employer has violated your rights at work, we encourage you to contact us as soon as possible to schedule an appointment with McCormack Law Firm. Simply fill out the form on this website or call our office at (415) 925-5161 for a free initial consultation with a knowledgeable San Francisco employment lawyer at our firm.