A conflict regarding your wages or hours creates a tense work environment. From its New York, New York, office, Cotchett, Pitre & McCarthy, LLP, is there to help you through it. They regularly handle class action suits and understand the complexities of your situation. Regardless of whether you believe that you have been classified as a contract employee incorrectly or that your company is acting unethically, they are there to protect your rights and support you in your efforts to hold them accountable. This may include assistance with filing a qui tam suit or gathering the necessary documentation to prove your whistleblowing claim.
When negligent actions cause you harm, you may be unsure what to do next. The law firm explains what types of compensation you may be entitled to, such as pain and suffering, lost wages, medical care and punitive. They apply their knowledge and experience to pursue pharmaceutical companies and other corporations over product defects, negligent airlines or airplane owners, as well as nursing home owners and caretakers of your abused or neglected loved one. If there are multiple victims, the firm has the skills to initiate a class action in an effort to obtain justice.
Cotchett, Pitre & McCarthy, LLP, provides legal representation in a broad spectrum of other legal issues such as government contracts, environmental law, business litigation and intellectual property protection. The law firm is pleased to offer free initial consultations to evaluate your case and create an action plan, no matter what brings you into the office. They also serve people throughout San Francisco, California, and the Bay Area.
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40 Worth Street10th FloorNew York,, NY 10013
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