John P Martin & Associates
Law Firm in El Cajon, CA
Have you ever wanted to bring back the days when the neighborhood law office offered a individual touch for all of your legal requirements at a competitive fee? When integrity and individual responsibility comprised a valuable part of the attorney-customer relationship? If you answered yes to either of these questions, then John P. Martin & Associates. A Professional Law Corporation is the company for you. The Law Offices of John P. Martin was established in 1994 and incorporated in 2001 as John P. Martin & Associates. A Professional Law Corporation, with one mission in mind: to supply quality.
read moreI just wanted to take this opportunity to thank you for your fine representation on my case. As you know, I researched California attorneys on the Internet and was impressed by your web page before retaining you. During our initial phone conversation you gave me a lot of advice, without any pressure to retain you. Although I am located in Wisconsin, and had never met you, I was pleased that you took such an interest in my situation and I was also satisfied with the outcome. I believe I could not find anyone better to handle my case from afar.
read moreIn the area of civil litigation, we are committed to handling all of your litigation needs in a prompt and efficient manner. An efficient effective law firm must use all available tools to address a client's concerns. At John P. Martin, Attorney at Law, we handle all forms of dispute resolution, including mediation, arbitration, and administrative hearings. Our civil litigation cases range from breach of contract actions to employment disputes and commercial leasing concerns. Regardless of your litigation needs, you can be assured that we are committed to serve you in an aggressive, professional manner that sets us apart from other firms.
read moreAt John P. Martin, Attorney at Law, we believe that all employees are entitled to perform their duties in an environment free of harassment and hostility. While no workplace is perfect, many employees don't know their rights have been violated until it is too late for them to take legal action. In California, you are entitled to a 10 minute break for every four hours worked, and you are entitled to an unpaid thirty minute meal period for every five hours worked. The penalties are up to a full hour of pay for every day you do not receive your meal breaks.
read moreAt John P. Martin, Attorney at Law, we know that the "little people" do not feel they have a voice or to make a difference. The legal system can be frustrating or confusing, or you may feel that your case is small, even if lots of people fit into your category of problem. Class Action cases include, but are not limited to defective tires, employment corporate wide discrimination practices, use of the same drug which is proven to have harmful effects, or identical contracts issued to lots of people.