• Wages & Overtime

    According to the California Department of Industrial Relations, California’s wage and overtime law is designed to protect workers. The state’s, “overtime pay” is considered additional wages and pay for working over 40 hours a week or over 8 hours in a day. Learn More

  • Harassment & Termination

    Certain types of harassment in the workplace are considered unlawful according to Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Equal Employment Opportunity Act of 1972. When an employee makes inappropriate verbal remarks or physical conduct. Learn More

  • Estate Planning

    Avoid Probate in the Inland Empire, Minimize Taxes while Maintaining Total Privacy, Management & Control Over Your Assets With Living Trust. Generally, people have two misconceptions about estate planning. Learn More

  • Undocumented Worker

    You may be surprised to know that 3.5% of the United States population is made of undocumented immigrants. This number is quite large in California, which these immigrants making up an astounding 10% of the workforce! Learn More Learn More

  • Workers Compensation

    Workers’ compensation system, or also known as workmans’ comp, is a state-mandated insurance coverage program which provides certain benefits to the injured workers in case their injuries or illnesses is job related.
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  • Personal Injury

    Being injured is always a traumatic experience. When those injuries were preventable – when they were caused by someone else behaving in a negligent manner or making negligent decisions – your trauma is compounded by anger and frustration Learn More

  • Asset Protection

    Our Experienced Attorneys in the Inland Empire can help protect your hard earned assets.As you know we live in an economically dangerous world. A world where the threat comes from any where, activities you do, people you know. Learn More

  • SIBTF

    If an employee who is permanently partially disabled receives a subsequent compensable injury resulting in additional permanent partial disability so that the degree of disability caused by the combination of both disabilities is greater than that which would have resulted from the subsequent injury alone. Learn More