Sacramento Employment Attorney
Attentive Legal Representation for Workers
You, the worker, are the very foundation of our economy. There are various
state and federal laws created specifically to protect your rights in
the workplace and ensure that you are free of discrimination, harassment
and retaliation, among other things. These laws impose liability and penalties
on employers who violate them and the rights of their own employees.
At the Law Office of Arkady Itkin, we have become known for providing effective
and attentive legal help and representation to workers in the Sacramento
area. We have
handled hundreds of challenging employment and wrongful termination cases over the past 8 years, ranging from wage and overtime disputes, to discrimination,
retaliation, defamation and AWOL cases.
When we can't help an employee who was mistreated by their employer
in any way, we still provide our best possible practical advice for that
specific workplace situation, and we make sure to explain exactly why
we cannot help, or why that employee should not even be looking for legal
help for their issues.
Whether you just need a consultation to understand what legal options you
have, or whether you believe you have a legitimate wrongful termination,
discrimination or retaliation case that you wish to pursue, feel free
to contact us to discuss. We offer a
no-obligation case evaluation, so you can learn more about the merits of your case and make an informed
decision about taking legal action.
Aggressive & Responsive Advocacy for Employees
Exclusively devoted to the practice of employment law, our firm handles
a wide range of cases, such as workplace discrimination, sexual harassment,
workplace harassment, wrongful termination, retaliation, SPB appeal hearing,
unemployment appeal hearings, wage and unpaid overtime claims, CFRA rights
and compliance, and other employment-related matters.
Our office often accepts cases turned away by other law firms, as we actually
enjoy working on complex cases that require intense analysis and discovery
of evidence. We also often take over cases that were previously handled
by other attorneys. It's common for us to get a call from a claimant
who is very unhappy about their current representation, due to simply
being unable to get a hold of their lawyer, let alone have a meaningful
conversation about the case with him/her.
The Right Legal Decisions Require Being Informed
Our first goal is to help you
make the right, informed decisions. We help you by advising you in the most candid manner possible not only
about your legal rights and options, but just as importantly - whether
your case would be worth pursuing on a practical level.
Our experience shows over and over that claimants are most comfortable
with their decisions when they have answers to their questions. Regardless
of how you go about pursuing a claim against your employer and who you
choose to represent you, it's important to understand not only whether
you have a case but also
why you have a case. Ask your attorney about how the facts of your case or
your termination fit into the elements of a legal claim that he intends
to make on your behalf. Every employment case has good facts and bad facts.
Speak with your attorney about which facts of your case make it stronger
and which facts make it more challenging to prove and win. This is something
you need to know before you file a lawsuit in order to be better prepared
and to avoid unpleasant surprises about your case later.
Call Us to Discuss Your Legal Issues at Work or Your Potential Case
All consultations are confidential. For more information on how we can
be help you,
contact us .