Los Angeles, California
Los Angeles, California is a major world hub city, a cultural and commercial capitol with a population of about 4.1 million people living within city limits. Los Angeles was first settled by Europeans in the late 18th century and started out as a mission and pueblo, and since has grown to become a globally-recognized destination for tourists, immigrants, and fortune-seekers. As a result, the city has one of the most culturally- and linguistically-diverse populations in the world. Los Angeles is less centralized than other metropolises in the U.S.; it is more of a patchwork of distinct civic and cultural regions. The city contains within its borders the districts and neighborhoods of Hollywood, Venice, Hancock Park, Silver Lake, Echo Park, Van Nuys, North Hollywood, Woodland Hills, and Boyle Heights. Hollywood has made many neighborhoods the backdrops for television programs and movies. Residents of L.A. often play the “Recognition Game,” identifying where a given scene was shot. Yet Los Angeles is also known for its natural beauty, found along the Pacific Ocean coastline, in the local deserts, and among various mountain ranges. Given the city’s Mediterranean climate and wide range of altitudes, it is possible during certain parts of the year to surf or swim among the waves during the day and then to take a short drive to the mountains for an evening alpine skiing adventure that same day, never leaving L.A. county. Also, despite hundreds of years of urban development, it still takes little more than a short trip for a resident of Los Angeles to escape the urban scene and enter someplace wild. Visitors are often surprised at just how much green and natural land one can find here, as the nation’s media more often than not focus on urban, political and entertainment centers. Yet Griffith Park is the country’s largest city park, with lots of trails and natural areas to explore in addition to the Los Angeles Zoo and the world-famous carousel, and is home to cultural surprises such as the Independent Shakespeare Company performances.
Our lawyers handle wrongful termination cases for residents of all of Los Angeles, as well as surrounding cities and neighboring counties. Our attorneys’ offices are on the eastern edge of Beverly Hills, bordered on the west by Brentwood, Century City, Santa Monica, and the Pacific Ocean, and on the east by the Miracle Mile and downtown Los Angeles. Our neighbors include Rodeo Drive, the La Brea Tar Pits, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, and various television networks, including E! Television and the Food Network. To the north of our offices are the Santa Monica Mountains, Hollywood Hills, and San Fernando Valley; to the south are the cities of the South Bay, including Inglewood, Torrance, and Long Beach. Our office offers aggressive, experienced, specialized legal services for Los Angeles area residents in the fields of employment litigation, including wrongful termination, sexual harassment, and unpaid wages. Our attorneys help people in Los Angeles who have been wrongfully terminated due to pregnancy, disability, race, age or gender; who have been sexually harassed on the job; or who have not been paid all due wages, including overtime, for their hard work. We have years of experience in handling class action wage cases. In addition to wrongful termination and unpaid wages matters, we are also experienced in handling personal injury matters. Our attorneys regularly appear in Los Angeles courts and have years of experience at trial and at appeal. We offer a free initial consultation, so call us at (323) 857-5900. You can also visit us online at http://www.losangelesemployeelawyer.com.