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Employment Practices Liability Insurance Covered Claims Attorneys

At the Law Offices of Pearlman, Brown & Wax, LLP, our attorneys in California and Nevada have over 50 skilled litigation specialists and support staff members whose comprehensive representation is a culmination of teamwork that benefits each of our client’s unique legal needs.

Our law firm emphasizes education, counseling, and litigation support to employers, insurance carriers, and third-party administrators, which allows our clients to proactively operate ahead of the curve.

We believe in the power of innovation, experience, and results, and put those priorities to work for each of our client’s EPLI covered claims, so they have access to our proactive defense strategies and complete legal resources to decrease their liability exposure by putting nearly four decades of successful litigation experience to work directly for them.

What is an EPLI Policy?

Employment Practices Liability Insurance policies, or an EPLI policy, protect our clients from wrongful acts arising from the employment process when an employee believes their legal rights have been violated in the workplace.

At Pearlman, Brown & Wax, LLP our EPLI policy lawyers understand that as employee lawsuits continue to rise, no company is immune — no matter their size or when they were founded — from being a litigation target.

Our EPLI policy attorneys  represent clients of all sizes to help provide the protection they need during employee lawsuits generated by:

  • Discrimination, Retaliation, and Harassment
  • Breach of Employment Contract
  • Failure to Employ or Promote
  • Negligent Evaluation
  • Mismanagement of Employee Benefit Plans
  • Intentional or Negligent Infliction of Emotional Distress
  • Wrongful Termination

Ask our skilled EPLI covered claims attorneys about how an EPLI policy can protect your business by covering or reimbursing the costs of potential lawsuits, judgments, settlements, and legal costs associated with your company’s litigation expenses.

What are the Benefits of an EPLI Policy?

Corporate leaders, HR departments, and even small- and medium-sized business owners know that even when they do everything right, the risk of a lawsuit can loom any time an employee believes the company’s decision to — or not to — hire, promote, compensate, or fire him or her is a violation of their protected rights.

Unfortunately, the allegation does not have to be true. It just must be asserted, and a lawsuit may be underway.

These circumstances disrupt business, damage reputations, and hurt morale, and can be mitigated with an EPLI policy that manages risks by safeguarding organizations from wrongful employment claims.

Other EPLI policy benefits include:

  • Proactive risk management strategies and human resources consulting
  • Access to extensive legal resources and skilled defense attorneys
  • Timely responses to lawsuits
  • Protection from large jury verdicts that could severely injure or bankrupt the company

When lawsuits cannot be avoided, our team of experienced litigators realistically assesses the company’s risk and provides targeted advice for possible settlement and litigation strategies to successfully obtain low-cost settlements at the early stages of the litigation, effectively minimizing our clients’ exposure.

We have established expertise and experience in defending employment law claims that are designed to help provide end-to-end protection for all industries and organizations.

That includes avoiding any potential crossover lawsuits by assuring they are addressed, defended, and closed before they can make their way into the courtroom.

What Does an EPLI Policy Cost in California and Nevada?

The cost of an EPLI policy varies based on many factors, including the type of business, the number of employees, and various risk factors, including previous lawsuits stemming from allegations of employment practice violations.

Contact Our EPLI Policy Lawyers At Pearlman, Brown & Wax, LLP Today

Founded on the principle of providing employer communities with quality legal services, Pearlman, Brown & Wax, LLP has earned a reputation for aggressive and comprehensive representation in each of our practice areas, as they consistently overlap and require specialized legal minds to produce solutions.

Contact our experienced EPLI covered claims attorneys today to discuss implementing a policy that will provide the protection you need to run your company without the worry of employee lawsuits damaging your reputation and financial standing.

If your company is being threatened with a lawsuit of any type — or has already been served with the complaint — contact our experienced employment law defense lawyers today by calling 818-501-4343 to ensure your legal rights are protected without delay.

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