Call When Your Employer Has Acted Improperly Against You! You Have Rights!
At the Law Offices of Suzy C. Moore we have provided exceptional legal advice and representation. We focus on helping victims of discrimination, negligence, and general misconduct seek compensation for their recovery.
Losing your job is a demoralizing experience, especially when you feel you have performed above your employer's expectations. You offered the company months or years of your time and dedication, only to be rewarded with a pink slip. Of course, your employer may offer a litany of excuses, but you know that the justifications your employer has given don't add up.
If you are a victim of wrongful termination, your employer will want nothing more than for you to believe that your only choice is to simply walk away from the issue. But if the company demonstrated discriminatory behavior, you may have other options.
As an experienced San Diego Employment Attorney, I know that the real reasons for your termination are supported by the facts. Your employer may have cited "too many absences," but you only used half your vacation time during your last year. Likewise, your manager may claim your termination is part of a round of layoffs, but why are you the only one packing up your belongings?
We strive to hold corporations, government agencies, and individuals accountable for the end results of their harmful policies and behavior. We assist our clients with the following wrongful termination issues:
- Wrongful termination
- Sexual discrimination
- Forced retirement
- Age discrimination
- Race discrimination
- Civil rights violations
- Denial of medical leave
- Disability discrimination
- Constructive discharge
- And many more
Come in to our office for a free consultation, and I will listen attentively to your side of the story and help you decide how to proceed. If litigation is the best course of action, you can be confident that I will do everything in my power to secure the most favorable outcome for your case. Contact our offices today and take the first step toward a fair resolution to your wrongful termination case.
I am both a compassionate listener and a tenacious litigator who will aggressively represent your interests in court. As a trusted San Diego Employment Attorney, I am open and straightforward with my clients, considering everything they have to say about their case before giving a thorough analysis drawn from a broad depth of legal knowledge. I don't require a retainer for my services or promote false hopes in clients about the likely outcome of a case, and deal with the opposing parties' lawyers as directly as I do my clients. My deposition and courtroom skills have produced valuable testimonies that have helped me secure better settlements and more favorable verdicts.
If you or someone you know in the San Diego area or throughout Southern California needs the assistance of an experienced San Diego Employment Attorney, call the Law Offices of Suzy C. Moore today at 619-928-2900, or complete the contact form provided on this site to schedule your free 30 minute consultation.
Attorney Suzy C. Moore
University of Redlands
- B.A., 1987
University of San Diego
- J.D., 1990
- U.S. District Court, Southern District of California
- U.S. District Court, Central and Eastern Districts of California
- U.S. District Court, Northern District of California
- San Diego County Bar Association
- State Bar of California
- Association of Trial Lawyers of America
- San Diego Trial Lawyers Association
- California Lawyers Association
- Consumer Attorneys of California
- Consumer Attorneys of San Diego
- Consumer Attorneys of Los Angeles
Verdicts and Settlements
- Sylvina v. The Salk Institute, wrongful termination, verdict: $4.7 million
- Abbate v. Town & Country Hotel, negligence, verdict: $8 million
- Gauger v. State of California, negligence, settlement: $1,000,050
- Duran v. State of California, civil rights, settlement: $1.5 million
- Holcomb v. State of California, civil rights, settlement: $1 million
- I have also settled cases against San Diego Police Department, Sea World and the Association for Retarded Citizens