If you've considered hiring a lawyer, you probably have questions you need answered. It can be overwhelming to take the necessary steps in looking for someone who can represent your interests.
At Righetti · Glugoski, P.C., we understand the process of looking for a lawyer is daunting. We want you to feel confident knowing when you come to our firm, we expect you to have questions and want you to feel comfortable speaking about the issues you face.
Below is a list of some of the most common questions we receive from clients, and answers that can help you make informed decisions.
Do I need a lawyer if I am facing a dispute regarding my wages/pay with my employer?
Having a lawyer for your case can only help your situation. If you are denied overtime pay, are not being paid proper wages or your rights are being violated, it's likely other employees are facing similar issues. You may even be involved in a class action lawsuit. At Righetti • Glugoski, P.C., we can evaluate your situation and determine next steps.
How much will a lawyer cost me?
Almost all of the cases we handle are taken on a contingency fee basis. This means you are not responsible for lawyer fees unless we win a financial recovery for your case. We are happy to discuss this further at your first consultation with our firm.
Were my rights violated by my employer? How do I know if I need legal counsel?
You may not be fully aware of the legal facts of your situation, and without consulting with an attorney you may never know what your rights are. At our firm, we offer a free consultation to discuss the details of your situation. If you have a strong claim, we will let you know and advise on a strategy to pursue that will likely yield the best outcome. If our attorneys are unable to help you, we can help you get to someone who can.
Schedule Your First Consultation — There's No Charge To Talk With Us
At Righetti • Glugoski, P.C., you are never charged for your first consultation. Contact our attorneys at 415-983-0900, 800-447-5549 or online through email. Our Bay Area firm accepts cases statewide. From our office in San Francisco, we accept cases throughout the entire state of California.