How do I know which law firm is the right one for me?
First and foremost, you should find a law firm that specializes in representing employees against their employers. There are a lot of “jack of all, ace of none” law firms out there. Second, check the firm's client reviews, awards, and previous results.
At Aegis, we are proud to have represented Southern California employees exclusively since 2003. We have received numerous awards, stellar client reviews, and outstanding case results.
How does Aegis get paid for their time?
We work on a contingency fee basis, which means that we only get paid if a settlement is obtained for you. If we don't recover any money owed to you, we don't receive payout for attorney's fees.
How do I know if I have a case?
Give us a call at (949) 379-6250 and let the receptionist know you are a potential client. From there, our trained staff will get more information about your case for our attorneys to review. If the attorney thinks we can be of assistance with your situation, we will set up a free consultation between you and the attorney to discuss your case more in depth.
How much is my case worth?
Results can vary greatly from case to case. Our experienced attorneys can meet with you to give you a free consultation about the strength and value of your case. We cannot guarantee a certain outcome, but if we take on your case, it means we believe we can obtain money or another favorable result for you.
Do I have to pay any money to start my case?
No, you don't have to pay any money to start your case. We will advance all initial costs to get your case started, with zero out of pocket costs to you.
How long will my case take before I get paid?
This varies depending on the complexity of your case. We have been very successful settling cases very early on, sometimes right away. However, we are also prepared to fight for you all the way through trial, if necessary. Going to trial can take a year or more.
Will pursuing a case against my former employer prevent me from finding another job?
Employers are prohibited from discriminating against you for exercising your constitutional rights. We are also trained in methods to prevent or limit potential exposure, such as through confidential communications or private legal proceedings.