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Our Capabilities

The best lawyers keep their cool and their sense of humor when declaring all out war
The best lawyers keep their cool and their sense of humor when declaring all out war
The veteran move is to insist on getting what you need at the scene of a car accident
The veteran move is to insist on getting what you need at the scene of a car accident
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Listen as this disgusting defense lawyer exposes himself
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Yasi
Personal Injury Case
Last year I was involved in a car accident case that left me feeling hopeless and lost. Samy eased my angst and was extremely knowledgeable about car accident cases. He took his time to thoroughly explain to me step by step the process and made sure that I was aware of my rights and the...
Ramon
Top dollar for my car crash
Picking my lawyer was not easy. Two guys said my case wasn’t worth it for them – Samy didnt. He took my case and helped me get my medical treatments so my back dont hurt like before. Now he gave me a lot more money than even I was hoping and I am feeling much...
Sarah
Personalized support and gave me options
I needed help with a difficult employment situation due to disability accommodations. It was extremely stressful to handle. I consulted Samy and explained how I wasn’t in a headspace to handle the convos with HR anymore due to the stress and how it was making my health worse. I was ready to quit and wanted...

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MyStory Employee Rights Advocacy In The Community

Our Advocates pride ourselves in serving our nonprofit organizations, civil services organizations, and grassroots working communities across in Southern California. We offer know your rights presentations to communities of all economic, ethnic, and religious backgrounds to overview key employment rights every worker should know. If you or your organization would like to partner with Workers’ Advocate to arrange a free in-person presentation.