*Below are some examples of Attorney Bruce Kokozian’s past case results:Wrongful Termination
$2,770,184 - Patricia Hancock v. Time Warner Cable LLC et al. (2015). Trial victory against Defendants for failure to accommodate disabled employee (neck and back injury). Click here to see more (PDF).
$500,000 - Wrongful Termination for Heart Disability.
$500,000 - Wrongful Termination for Disability.
$325,000 - Wrongful Termination/Disability Discrimination.
$287,734 - Wrongful Termination/Disability Discrimination.
$750,000 - Wrongful Termination/Disability Discrimination.
$111,764 - Wrongful Termination/Pregnancy Discrimination.
$111,764 - Norma Perez v. Dastmalchi Enterprises. Click here to see more (PDF).
$50,000 - Wrongful Termination/Disability Discrimination.
$287,734 - Maria Vega v. Radnet Management Inc. Click here to see more (PDF).
$80,000 - Wrongful termination and failure to accommodate a fractured hand.
$200,000 - Wrongful termination and discrimination due to race and ethnicity and harassment.
$690,000 - Wrongful termination due to age for long term employee.Sexual Harassment
$125,000 - Male on male sexual harassment.
$950,000 - Sexual harassment and wrongful termination.
$95,000 - Sexual Harassment: An employee who had begun work for a company less than two weeks prior was harassed by a supervisor and quit the job because of the harassment.
$305,000 - Sexual Harassment Case.
$112,000 - Sexual Harassment Case.
$325,000 - Male worker sexually harassed female worker at the workplace.
$160,000 - Verbal sexual harassment and retaliation.Discrimination
Over $21.7 Million - April Rodriguez v. Valley Vista Services, Inc. et. al., (2013) Click here to see more (PDF).
$95,000 - Pregnancy Discrimination and denial of Pregnancy Disability Leave.
$195,000 - Pregnancy Discrimination: Long term employee fired due to pregnancy.
$100,000 - Disability Discrimination case.
$130,000 - Pregnancy Discrimination, sexual harassment, and defamation at the workplace.
$82,500 - Pregnancy discrimination case for a short term employee.Wage & Hour
$2,000,000 - Wage and Hour Class Action against Food chain.
$2.496 million - Class Action: Employees were not paid overtime wages, given rest or meal breaks, or given proper pay statements.
$550,000 - Class Action/Wage Hour.
$550,000 - Class Action: A security company did not pay all owed wages to its employees.
$167,500 - Wage and Hour class action against nursing home.
Many other examples are available. Call the Kokozian Law Firm, APC now for a free consultation. 323-857-5900.
*Please note the above list is not a warranty or guarantee of any outcome for any case, as every case is different. There are many risks in lawsuits, and the outcomes are rarely certain.