Pomona, California

Pomona, California is the site of the Fairplex, which hosts the L.A. County Fair and the NHRA Auto Club Raceway. The annual Los Angeles County Fair is famed all over southern California for its agricultural displays and commercial installations, as well as for the live entertainment and rides. The city is named after the ancient Roman goddess of fruit. Strangely enough, "Pomona" was the winning entry in a contest to name the city in 1875, before a single fruit tree was planted there, and the city is still not known as an agricultural center, despite the presence of the annual county fair. Now Pomona has a population of 163,683, and is bounded on the north by La Verne, Claremont, and Sand Dimas; on the south by Chino and Diamond Bar; on the west by West Covina, Glendora, and La Puente; and on the east by Montclair, Ontario, and Chino. A significant cultural landmark in the region where Pomona and Claremont area are the conjoined campuses of Harvey Mudd College, Pitzer College, Claremont Graduate University, Claremont McKenna College, and Pomona College. Together the colleges provide students with the combined benefit of the intimacy of smaller independent institutions of higher learning with the broad range of offerings provided by a large university campus. Pomona residents are a short trip away from the large Frank G. Bonelli Regional Park and Puddingstone Reservoir in San Dimas. The reservoir was created by the building of Puddingstone Dam. Built into the regional park is Mountain Meadows Country Club, where Pomona residents can play golf, and the airport known as Brackett Field.

The drive from Pomona to Kokozian Law Firm takes less than an hour. We welcome calls from Pomona residents who wish to consult with us. If you have recently been fired after having taken medical leave or pregnancy leave, or if your employer has retaliated against you for reporting sexual harassment by a coworker, we want to hear about it. Call us at (323) 857-5900 or go to our Web site, http://www.Kokozianlawfirm.com. The consultation is free, and we will not collect any money from you unless we win your case or reach a settlement for you. Pomona residents can expect the personal touch from our office, as well as over twelve years of experience fighting for the rights of employees.