Working Hard For Working People™
At Rose Law, we take a team-oriented approach in providing personalized legal services and prompt responses to questions. Our clients come to us dealing with workplaces that underpay them or retaliate after they assert their legal rights. We spend time with our employee-clients to understand the unique aspects of their complex legal problems that include:
Our clients receive individualized attention to their wage, overtime and unpaid commission claims. We identify their goals and apply effective, customized strategies based upon their unique situations. In all interactions, we communicate with them in a clear and understandable way. We put their minds at ease without legalese.
California Overtime Attorneys: Practical Problem Solvers
The legal team at Rose Law is composed of industry-respected attorneys who are subject matter experts for local and national media outlets. Rose Law attorneys possess comprehensive experience and in-depth insight of federal and California laws governing wages and overtime. In individual claims and class/representative actions, we represent hardworking professionals throughout California, including:
- Laborers and trades
- Firefighters and peace officers
- Executives and managers
- Hourly and salaried employees
- Entrepreneurs and self-employed
The legal concerns of our clients come first. We know that the problems they face are important to them. With that in mind, we treat them with respect and consideration. Their satisfaction is vital to our success.
While mediation and arbitration often provide the best solution, we do not rule out litigation and are experienced litigators.
Contact Rose Law, APC, At 916-273-3834
To schedule a free confidential consultation with an experienced Folsom employment lawyer, fill out our intake form. You can also reach Rose Law at 916-273-3834. We return phone calls promptly, generally within one working day.
Our law office is open Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Evening and weekend appointments are available upon request. In most wage and hour cases, there is no fee if there is no recovery.