Your job is your life. All employees deserve a working environment where their legal rights are respected and protected. Loss of a job, unpaid wages, or mistreatment can be financially and emotionally devastating. At Marlis Park, we are committed to defending the rights of employees who have suffered injustice at work. We help employees fight back against unlawful practices and pursue all available remedies. 
We represent employees in all industries, and at all employment levels, and we have the experience, the resources, and the skill to help you against any company, large or small. We take great pride in “Protecting California Workers.”

Common Issues Include:

  • Unpaid Overtime 
  • Unpaid Wages 
  • Minimum Wage Violations 
  • Meal and Rest Break Violations 
  • Misclassification 
  • Discrimination 
  • Harassment 
  • Wrongful Termination 
  • Severance Negotiation
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Workers’ Compensation

Have you been injured on the job? Experiencing pain due to repetitive work or exposure to toxic conditions? You may have a workers’ compensation claim entitling you to receive medical treatment, permanent disability, and compensation for future medical care.

We have the expertise to evaluate your case and we will pursue all avenues of recovery.

These benefits include:

  • Temporary Disability Payments 
  • Medical Treatment 
  • Reimbursement for self-procured medical expenses.  
  • Mileage to and from your Medical Appointments 
  • Training / Vocational Rehabilitation / Schooling if you can no longer do the same work 

Personal Injury

If you have been injured, it’s important to take immediate steps to protect yourself. At Marlis Park, we can advise you on the right course of action and determine whether you are eligible to receive compensation for your injuries.

Personal injury claims fall into the following categories:

The first and most common is negligence. This occurs when someone causes you personal injury because they were careless, or negligent, meaning that they failed to act as a reasonable person. Some types of negligence are negligent driving, negligent medical care, and negligent maintenance of a property.

The second is intentional wrongdoing. This occurs when there is a deliberate action against a person or property that causes damage – whereas, a negligence tort is the result of an accident. The law can hold someone liable for injuries whether the person responsible intended to cause harm or not.

A third and less common category of injury is strict liability. This is when a person or company is engaging in dangerous or risky behavior, or when an animal bites you. Strict liability also comes into play if injury occurs as a result of a faulty product.

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Main Office – Koreatown
3600 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 1815, Los Angeles, CA 90005

Westwood Office
10940 Wilshire Blvd Suite 1600, Los Angeles, CA 90024

Phone Number (323) 922-2000
Email contact@marlispark.com