If you’re dealing with any labor or employment issue, you’re probably scared and frustrated. Maybe you’ve worked for your employer for years. Or, perhaps you were denied a position for which you believe you were highly qualified. Regardless of the type of issue you’re facing, the experienced attorneys at the Law Office of David A. Branch and Associates, PLLC can help.

No matter how big or small the case, we approach every case with the same tenacity and fervor. Our attorneys are dedicated to their clients and work tirelessly to get them the justice and compensation they deserve.

At The Law Office of David A. Branch and Associates, PLLC, we understand that, in times of crisis, our clients need a trusting confidante to guide them through things one step at at time. We make sure we explain the legal process to our clients so they know what to expect in the coming weeks and months.

Do you take cases on a contingency basis?

Yes. Generally, we do not handle cases purely on a contingency basis, but for some cases we will cap our hourly fee, and accept a partial contingency. The deadline to file a charge of discrimination with the EEOC is 180 days of any alleged unlawful employment practice, or 300 days in states where there is an agency with authority to grant or seek relief from unlawful employment practices.

Will you file suit against big companies?

Yes. Our office is not afraid to take on the big companies or any employers – the “Goliaths” of the industry. We have successfully handled claims against such companies as Whole Foods, Microsoft, and Humana. We’ve also handled claims against some of the largest government agencies in the country, including the Internal Revenue Service.

Do you actually try cases?

Yes. Ideally, your case will be settled out of court. However, there are situations where a settlement isn’t possible. When necessary, our attorneys will try your case in a court of law.

Is there a time limit to file my claim?

Yes. For any employment discrimination claim, you have up 300 days to file with the EEOC. For other labor and employment matters, there are also very strict filing deadlines. Don’t wait to file your claim. It's a good idea to meet with an experienced employment lawyer in Washington D.C. right away to discuss your claim.

Do you handle cases against the government?

Yes. Our office handles employment claims against all sorts of employers. We have successfully handled claims against various departments within the federal government, such as the Department of Defense, the Department of Commerce and the Internal Revenue Service.

Are there any companies you’re afraid to file suit against?

No. We are not afraid of any employers.

Are there certain laws that govern my employment claim?

Yes. Our office has over 25 years’ experience handling employment claims. We are not intimidated by any company.

There are several laws dealing with labor and employment law. It really depends on the situation. You may have a claim falling any of the following laws:

  • Family Medical Leave Act
  • American’s With Disability Act
  • Age Discrimination in Employment Act
  • EEOC Violations
  • OSHA Violations

This list is not exhaustive as there are different laws that govern employment matters.

Do you handle employment discrimination cases?

Yes. Our office has over 25 years’ experience handling employment discrimination cases. In fact, we specialize in this type of case. We have successfully handled cases involving all types of employment discrimination, including:

  • Age
  • Gender
  • Racial
  • Pregnancy
  • Disability

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