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The Armstrong Law Firm has over thirty years experience in counseling, assisting, educating, and representing employers and insurance companies in all areas relating to disability and the workplace. This includes the primary emphasis in work related disabilities, but encompasses expertise in the integration of obligations under the California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA), Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA/CFRA), the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), OSHA, ERISA, and benefit plan implementation and coordination.
Our law firm provides unique resources for employers and insurance carriers to prevent, integrate, and resolve those complicated and evolving legal obligations when a disability impacts the work place or benefit system.
Founded on the highest standards of legal representation and ethics, the Armstrong Law Firm provides its clients with timely, incisive and thorough representation, designed to identify and resolve the varied and individual needs of our clients.
Being deeply committed to working with its clients in identifying their expectations and meeting those goals, the Armstrong Law Firm incorporates creative and collaborative strategies, implements outcome-based discovery, while remaining intransigent in its intolerance for fraud and deception.
Our practice philosophy is centered upon the concept that “knowledge is power.” We work in concert with our clients to achieve better results through better preparation.
Education of our clients is equally fundamental to our law practice. We seek to counsel and advise in ways that make pathways for compliance clear and to prevent or minimize litigation whenever feasible.
Transparency and trust in our financial relationships with clients are fundamental. There are no minimum billable hour requirements for our attorneys. This means that billings truly represent the time spent on your behalf.
At the Armstrong Law Firm, we are deeply grateful for the opportunity to serve our clients. Our appreciation is reflective of the importance of the mutual trust and reliance created by the attorney-client relationship.