Santa Barbara Employment Lawyer
We Take on the Toughest Cases
As an employee, you are protected against workplace discrimination and harassment, wrongful termination, retaliation, and other unlawful employer actions. You also have the right to receive a fair wage for the hours you work, including overtime pay (for eligible employees). Your employer cannot punish you for taking a protected leave of absence, including family or medical leave, and he or she cannot violate an employment contract, including implied contracts.
When employers do violate their employees’ rights, employees can take legal action to seek justice and fair compensation for their damages. Polaris Law Group can help.
Contact us online or call if you believe your rights were violated by your employer or another related party. Your initial consultation is completely free and confidential.
What Sets Our Firm Apart
When it comes to employment law cases, experience matters. At Polaris Law Group, our Santa Barbara employment lawyer, Bill Marder, has over two decades of experience handling all types of complex cases. He knows how to fight for you—and win.
When you retain our firm, you get:
- 25+ years of experience in employment law
- Efficient and effective legal services
- Timely filing of lawsuits (usually within days of your consultation)
- A free initial case evaluation
- Contingency fees; if we don’t win your case, you owe nothing
We are willing to take on tough cases that other law firms and attorneys won’t. We understand the unique challenges you are facing, including the financial burden of unpaid wages or wrongful termination. Because of this, we work quickly and efficiently in our efforts to secure a just settlement or verdict on your behalf.
Contact Polaris Law Group Today
If you need an employment lawyer in Santa Barbara—even if you simply want to find out whether or not you have a case—don’t hesitate in reaching out to our firm. You have nothing to lose in speaking with Bill Marder about your legal rights and options.
To request your free initial case evaluation, call or submit an online contact form today.