Our record of success speaks for itself. We are trial lawyers who have prevailed against big corporations and government agencies and officials on behalf of individual citizens. Our firm is widely recognized and respected throughout the legal community. If you are seeking an elite law firm with the experience, skill and resources to handle your case, our attorneys are here for you. Contact us today online or at 972-359-9274 to arrange a consultation with an experienced Fort Worth or Dallas employment law attorney. With law offices in Dallas and Fort Worth, we are equipped to represent clients throughout Dallas and the Fort Worth metro area.
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Powerful laws exist to protect individuals from employment discrimination, civil rights violations and other wrongs. However, individual citizens are often unsure where to turn when their rights have been violated. That's where our firm steps in. Our attorneys are aggressive advocates for individuals injured by unlawful employment practices, government wrongdoing, negligence and other adverse treatment. Our goal is for clients to leave our offices better than when they came in. We have consistently achieved that goal for clients throughout Dallas and the Fort Worth metro area for more than three decades.
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If you are looking for highly qualified legal representation for an individual or class action case involving employment law, civil rights violations, whistleblower/qui tam claims or accident injury in Dallas or the Fort Worth metro area, the lawyers at Sakhia Law Group are here for you.
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