Our consultations are free. You should never pay just to learn your rights.

We never charge a fee for our consultations. You can learn everything you need to know, and have all your questions answered, completely free.  Jim Garrity believes that no one should be forced to spend money just to learn their rights.  Many lawyers do charge “consultation fees,” often $500 or more.  The problem is that after paying that huge fee, you may discover the lawyer won’t help you.  A consultation fee isn’t an agreement to help you. It’s just an agreement to talk.  After doing this with a few lawyers, you might not have money left for groceries or rent.  And you still might not have a lawyer.  Call us free at (800) 663-7999, or send a confidential email to Jim Garrity directly at Jim@JimGarrityLaw.com.

We never require a retainer. Some lawyers, after charging for consultations, will then demand $5,000, $10,000 or more before they start working.  We don’t.  In our view, lawyers who charge consultation fees and retainers aren’t confident enough about their abilities to put their own resources on the line.  That’s not a good sign.

You never pay us a fee unless we recover something for you.  Ever.  When you hire us, you don’t pay by the hour. Our work is 100% contingent. That means that we are paid a percentage of the result we obtain for you. And if you don’t recover anything, you don’t owe us a fee.

Our practice is 100% employee rights.  We handle everything relating to the rights of employees.  That our specialty.  And we have a long track record of spectacular success.   Before you hire any lawyer to help you with a job-related matter, talk to us first.  We’ll give you the peace of mind you need to make the right decision.



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