Prepare to discuss the facts of your employment situation in detail, including names, dates, and the full sequence of events.
Gather all relevant documents that pertain to your circumstances. These may documents listed below. You can email these documents to the attorney before your consultation, but keep in mind that all attorney document review is counted against the 60-minute time allotment.
A written job description
Any text messages, emails, or audio or video recordings
An employee handbook or other written policies or procedures
Disciplinary warnings, reprimands or write ups,
Names and contact information of all potential witnesses
Any awards, accolades or other evidence that shows you performed well
Information about your company benefits (health, vision, dental,) such as amount of monthly premiums paid by you and the company
Information packets about your pension or retirement plan information (including how much the company contributes or contributed).
Any other documents or records you believe are relevant
Think about what you want to happen going forward. This helps us help you.
Prepare to be honest. Your conversation with us is strictly privileged, so you should feel comfortable sharing all facts-good and bad-with us.
Prepare all questions you have ahead of time so you can maximize your time with the attorney.
Be ready to answer the attorney's call on the date and time agreed upon. If you need to reschedule, please let the attorney know ahead of time.
Curt worked diligently and maintained excellent communication with my case. He made sure to keep us updated about any and everything. I highly recommend Rickard Masker, PLC. Would give more stars if possible. Jeffrey
Curt really came through for me when a previous employer had reported my job title and hire dates incorrectly, he got it corrected within 12 hours of speaking to him about it! I would recommend him for any of your legal needs as he is quite efficient! Renee
Curt was very responsive from the beginning. He made it a very easy process, and he provided excellent guidance in the review of my severance agreement. Due, in part, to Curt's thoughtful suggestions in regards to changing some key language in the agreement that would protect both me and my former employer, they agreed to the changes. To protect yourself during job transition, a review of a severance agreement is a smart thing to do, and Curt will do an excellent job on your behalf. Thomas
Curt handled a case for me and did an unbelievable job in getting a resolution and a great settlement. I would highly recommend him to anyone. Teena
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