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The Firm

Factum Law Group (“FLG”) is centrally located in Pasadena, California. FLG is a civil litigation law firm that focuses its practice on the area of Employment Law. We represent individuals in all kinds of employment claims.

We represent clients at every level of the California State and U.S. Federal court systems. We practice in the counties of Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, Ventura, and San Diego. FLG has successfully tried and settled hundreds of lawsuits resulting in the recovery of millions of dollars for our clients. Our success is based on our considerable trial experience, excellent advocacy skills, intense preparation and research, experienced and specialized staff, and a solemn commitment to provide our clients the highest quality of legal representation.

Abogados Hispanos

Los abogados incluyendo el personal de FLG son bilingües. Usted habla con el abogado directamente no a través de un intérprete. Ofrecemos asesoría bajo contingencia, si no gana no paga por nuestros servicios. 


Frank Alfonso has been a trial attorney since 1998 and has handled numerous complex and high stakes lawsuits in jurisdictions throughout California and in Federal Court. Over the course of his career Frank has recovered or helped recover numerous large verdicts and settlements. He has been involved in cases that produced eight figure settlements, and numerous cases that produced jury verdicts in excess of $1,000,000.00.

Through vote of his peers, Frank was named by Law & Politics, in Conjunction with the publishers of Los Angeles Magazine, a Southern California Rising Star Super Lawyer in 2005 and 2006—a distinction only given to 2.5% of Southern California lawyers who are either under forty (40) years of age or have been in practice for less than ten (10) years.  In 2014 Frank was named a “Top Attorney” in the field of employment law by Pasadena Magazine.  Pasadena Magazine reached out to thousands of lawyers from all over the Los Angeles and Pasadena area to vote for the “most esteemed and highly regarded attorneys” in their chosen fields and Frank was selected as a “Top Attorney.”


Practice Areas

FLG is dedicated to protecting workers’ rights and holding employers accountable for various wage and hour violations under federal and state law.  FLG represents a diverse client base that has experienced or is experiencing unfair prejudice and discrimination from their employers or coworkers.

Disability

  • Physical Disability
  • Mental Disability
  • Failure to Reasonably Accommodate 

Age

  • Forced Retirement
  • Denied Benefits

Religion

  • Failure to Reasonably Accommodate
  • Forced Activities

Sex / Gender

  • Equal Pay
  • Failure to Promote (Glass Ceiling)
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Pregnancy
  • Sexual Orientation

Wage and Hour 

  • Unpaid Overtime
  • Misclassification (illegally treated as an employee exempt from overtime wages)
  • Failure to Reimburse Expenses (automobile, tools, cell phone, etc.)
  • Meal/Rest Period Violations
  • Illegal Wage Deductions
  • “Off the Clock” Unpaid Wages

Why Choose Factum Law Group?

  • We Achieve Outstanding Results.
  • We Are Dedicated to Fighting For Those Who Have Been Wronged in the Workplace.
  • We Only Get Paid When A Client Recovers Money.

Workplace Rights

Employee Rights Lawyers

If you feel your employer has treated you unfairly you should speak with an attorney about your legal rights.   FLG will provide you with an initial free confidential consultation.  We are ready to discuss your options and work hard to help you:

  • Protect your workplace rights
  • Determine the proper legal measure to pursue
  • Receive fair and equal treatment under the law

FLG represents workers across Los Angeles County and the surrounding areas, so give us a call when you need a workplace lawyer (626) 356-2120.  Our office is open Monday – Friday, 9am – 5pm.  You will benefit from our insightful, confidential, free initial consultations. Call FLG today to discuss your concerns and to learn more about your options.

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