JACKSON & ASSOCIATES, established in 1988, is committed to providing excellent legal advice and representation to all of our clients. We represent individuals in mediations, arbitrations and trials on various types of cases. We emphasize representation of employees under the Fair Employment and Housing Act [“FEHA”] and Title VII, as well as consumers under Unruh Civil Rights Act, arising out of sexual harassment or discrimination based on race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender, and use of FMLA or CFRA Leave.
Jackson & Associates offers a free phone consultation to all potential clients. If after the phone consultation, the law firm believes it can help, then the potential client will be invited to fill out a Client Questionnaire; pay a $100 fee [for the firm to review the responses to the Questionnaire, prepare additional questions, if necessary, based on those responses and its research.]
Thereafter, if the potential client and Mr. Jackson wish to enter into an Attorney-Client relationship, they will fully execute a retainer fee agreement during a face-to-face meeting.
We view the circumstances of each client that we represent to determine the most favorable course of action. It is important to all of us at JACKSON & ASSOCIATES to represent our clients in a timely and efficient manner, so as not to burden or distress the client with an unnecessarily long or expensive trial. We are committed to providing superior representation and professional service, no matter the type or size of the case. At JACKSON & ASSOCIATES, the client / attorney relationship is very important. We strive to make this time in your life as pleasant and comfortable as possible.
Southern California Sexual Harassment and Discrimination Attorneys
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