How Avila & Shaddow Attorneys at Law Is Different
Litigators | Negotiators | Problem-Solvers
We believe that the best negotiators are those who are skilled litigators. At Avila & Shaddow Attorneys at Law, we have a reputation for accepting only cases with merit, for exhaustive preparation and for successful pretrial and litigation strategies. When opposing counsel is facing our Los Angeles labor law attorneys, they are fully aware that if a reasonable resolution or settlement is not achieved, our attorneys will take the case to trial with one goal in mind — winning!
Why Hire Avila & Shaddow Attorneys at Law?
Our clients range from low-level employees, managers and key executives to the businesses, companies and corporations that rely on their employees to get work done. Whether you are an employee or an employer, you have rights under federal and California employment and labor law. At Avila & Shaddow Attorneys at Law, we are successful trial lawyers because:
- We litigate our cases like a large law firm. This means that we don’t lose legal battles for the lack of intellectual or financial resources. We are not intimidated by a large corporate law firm and look forward to the opportunity to represent our clients with commitment, strength and preparation. Our opposition is often at a disadvantage when we strike first or strike back.
- We are realistic and solid negotiators. Today, nearly all cases settle unless there exist unrealistic expectations or unreasonable valuations. We remain open-minded and reasonable during negotiation so that when settlement is discussed with the other side, good communication, knowledge and mutual respect make resolution more likely. When settlement is not an option, we will be ready to let a trial decide the outcome.
- We excel at finding additional causes of action and defenses. When our clients come to us with a particular claim or theory of a case, we often find additional issues during the discovery process. These additional causes of action can buttress an existing case or build a new one.
- We develop good relationships with opposing counsel as well as with our clients. Our respectful and reasonable attitude often makes it more likely that opposing counsel will recommend acceptance of our offer to their client. We are respectful and efficient with our time and our clients’ resources. These good relationships extend to the judges as well.