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About Phoenix Employment Lawyers

What Can a Phoenix Employment Lawyer Do for You?
Talking to an experienced Phoenix employment lawyer is a good place to start if you have any kind of issue with your employer. Most importantly, an employment lawyer can inform you of the law that applies to your situation and what legal effect it has. Employment issues can touch on a number of areas of the law, including:

  • Wrongful termination;
  • Wage theft;
  • Discrimination;
  • Sexual harassment;
  • Employment contracts;
  • Salaries and benefits;
  • The Americans with Disabilities Act.

Also, both state and federal law can affect employment issues. For these reasons, you want to talk to an experienced Phoenix employment lawyer about the facts of your particular situation. Your lawyer can advise you as to how best to proceed to resolve your issue.

Employment law can be complex and you should talk to an experienced Phoenix employment lawyer before taking any steps. Your lawyer will give you the most reliable guidance about where to go next for resolution of your issue.

How Much Does a Phoenix Employment Lawyer Cost?
The cost of an employment lawyer in Phoenix depends on several factors. One is the type of case that the lawyer would work on for you. For example, for representation in a wrongful termination lawsuit, an employment lawyer would probably charge you a contingency fee. A contingency fee is a fee that the lawyer collects only if they recover money damages for you in your case. The percentages range from 30 to 35% if the case is settled in the early stages to 45 or 50% if the case goes to a trial.

If an employment lawyer is drafting or reviewing an employment contract, they might charge an hourly fee that could range from $100 to $500 per hour. Or, an employment lawyer might offer their services on a flat fee for a defined service basis. For example, they might offer to draft a standard employment agreement for a set price of $700.

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