At the law firm of Ratner Molineaux, LLP, we represent the rights of people with legal concerns. Whether you believe your employer violated your rights, you sustained a personal injury that was another party’s fault, or you need assistance with an immigration matter, we are ready to stand up for you. We help clients in Contra Costa, Alameda, Solano, and San Joaquin Counties, as well as throughout the State of California.
Every morning, our legal team has a meeting to discuss our cases. This means that no matter who you go with in our firm, the expertise of the whole team weighs in on your case. You can trust that the entire firm of Ratner Molineaux, LLP, is behind you and protecting your rights.
We have over 45 years of experience litigating thousands of cases and have a proven track record of success. We use that experience to help you down a path to the results you need. Check out our success stories, and then schedule your free phone consultation today.
California has many protections for employees, though employers do not always comply with the law. We stand up for employees facing many issues, including:
There is no doubt that an unexpected injury can derail your life and your finances. If someone else caused your injury, you might have important rights to compensation. We help clients with claims involving the following issues, among others:
The immigration system is confusing, and failing to adhere to the law can have harsh consequences. We handle cases involving the following and more:
When you are facing a legal issue, you should not wait to call attorneys David Ratner and Shelley Molineaux. We are ready to help people throughout California, so please contact Ratner Molineaux, LLP, to discuss your situation today.
"A woman subjected to ongoing harassment and sexual assault by a fellow employee was awarded a verdict of $95 million against her employer. During her tenure at the company, she suffered a humiliating and degrading sexual harassment campaign from male employees, led by the store manager. She had reported the assault to other managers at the store and called the company’s sexual harassment hotline to request help, but her complaints were never investigated, opening the company up to liability. The jury awarded $15 million compensatory and $80 million punitive damages."Read More