Only $250 for full consultation and document review.
Its easy! Email us your documents through our secure online portal and pay online. Once we receive your payment and documents, we will set up a phone or in person consultation (your choice) to review your documents and the circumstances surrounding your termination. During your consultation, we will advise you of:
- Any potential lawsuits you may bring against your employer;
- Offer our opinion or the potential recovery of a lawsuit;
- Explain the terms of your separation agreement;
- Explain negotiating strategies you can use to try to get a better severance package;
- Discuss different ways El-Hag & Associates, P.C can help negotiate your severance package; and
- Answer any questions you may have.
If your employer told you that they are letting you go and presented you with a separation agreement (also known as a severance agreement or severance package), you should review your situation with an attorney. Generally, once you sign a severance agreement, you waive all potential lawsuits that you might have against your employer. You could be leaving tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars on the table.
By law, a company doesn’t have to offer you a separation agreement. Typically, a company offers a separation agreement when they feel there is potential liability against them, but they will never explain that to you. More likely than not, your employer and their attorney drafted an agreement in their favor against you and strategized on how to persuade you to sign it without resistance. So, by signing a separation agreement without a lawyer on your side, you are allowing your employer to take advantage of you.
Contact us today if you would like a comprehensive review of your situation so you can make an educated decision on how to proceed with your career.