We Represent Minneapolis Employees.
Corporations and big businesses will always be able to pay corporate lawyers to defend them. For most corporations, paying hourly rates of $400 – $500 to attorneys to litigate their cases is no big deal. And – there’s no shortage of corporate law firms willing to accept the money and do their bidding.
That’s not what we do at Madia Law. We know that Minneapolis employees need good lawyers in their corner, too – now more than ever. And we know that employees can’t pay hourly bills – so we don’t charge them: almost everything we do is on a contingency basis, which means we don’t get paid unless we get recovery for our clients. And we always give free consultations about your case, so you know what to expect before you get into litigation.
Minneapolis Employment Law – Lawyers with State and Federal Experience, and a Trial-Focused Mentality.
And – we’re not the kind of lawyers who push you to settle when you don’t want to. In fact, our entire firm philosophy is based on a trial focus. We build cases for trial from Day 1. If your company wants to do the right thing and pay you a fair settlement before trial, that’s great and of course we’ll advise you to take it. But we believe that your company won’t do that unless it’s convinced that we’re going to win at trial – that’s why our focus every single day is getting your case ready for trial. And, if your company won’t pay a fair settlement, that’s even better because we can then take your case to a jury and get justice.
Contact Us Today for a Free Consultation.
Give us a call to talk through your employment case. The process for a consultation is pretty simple. First, call our firm. You’ll talk to a clerk for about 5-10 minutes. They’ll get some basic information about you and your case.
About 3 or 4 hours later, you’ll get a call from us. If you’ve got a case that’s a little outside our wheelhouse, then we’ll will call you and give you a referral for an attorney that we think is better suited to handle your case. Our number one goal is to make sure you get the best representation possible for your particular matter – if that’s not us, we’ll tell you immediately and get you to someone else that we trust.
If we think that we can help you, then someone will call you and set an appointment for you to talk to one of our employment lawyers. We’ll call you at time that works for you and discuss your case and give you our honest assessment of its strengths, weaknesses, and value. We’ll then set a time where you can come to our office and meet your employment lawyer personally – at that time, we’ll discuss your case in more detail, sign a contingency fee retainer agreement, and talk about the process of moving forward with your case.
When you come in to meet your employment lawyer, please bring all relevant documents that you want us to look at, including: pay-stubs personnel file (if you have it) employment handbook (if you have it) any letters from your employer, including your termination letter any text messages or emails that you think are important and any other documents that you think might be helpful.