“Martin was professional… very informative… personable & answered all my questions.
He was candid about the accuracy of his response which enabled me to feel confident about making the right decision.
Thank you Martin for your candour.”
– Evelyn Cahoon
“Where do I start. The professionalism, commitment and dedication of Martin is impeccable. These are the kind of lawyers we need here in Canada. He upholds the standards and ensures he provides the right direction to his clients. I want to publicly thank you Martin for helping me through my litigation process.
Work with Martin and you won’t regret it.”
– Rex Obeng
“I found Martin’s firm on internet several years ago when my husband needed Employment Law Lawyer. Out of all the lawyers I contacted during my search, Martin was the only one who responded himself (rather then his secretary) and was very much to the point in his reply – we knew then that he is the lawyer that my husband needed.. He settled my husband’s case very quickly and efficiently. Little did I know that in April of this year I would need to turn to Martin for assistance with my ex-employer. Just like in the case with my husband, Martin answered all my questions very quickly and professionally. He reached very fair settlement for me and very short time. I will not hesitate to turn to Martin again in a need of great litigation lawyer and if any of my friends (or previous co-workers) will find themselves in a need of Martin’s services – I will give Martin’s contact information with pleasure.”
– Jola Mis
The answer depends on numerous factors. Your age, length of service, position, salary, reason for being laid off and whether you had a valid signed employment contract all contribute to determining how much you are likely to receive should the matter go to trial. Note that there is no “exact” number in most cases, but only a likely range based on previous court decisions. To find out more, speak with an Employment Lawyer at Z Legal and make sure that you get the legal advice you need before you sign anything.
It depends on the case. A litigation lawyer will review your case, facts and evidence before determining if your case is suitable for a contingency, hourly, or mixed contingency-hourly agreement. Speak with a litigation lawyer at Z Legal to find out more.
Speak with an employment lawyer at Z Legal. You may be entitled to pay in lieu of notice as well as severance pay. Check our Severance Pay Calculator to determine how much you may be entitled to.
An Estate Litigation Lawyer at Z Legal will review your case and determine the best way to proceed. If litigation is needed, you will likely need to file an Application. We will then ensure that all assets of the Estate are protected and not distributed improperly.
Absolutely! Make sure you have an employment lawyer review your severance package before signing. If you don’t, you may be giving up thousands or tens of thousands of dollars owed to you.
This is one of the most common questions we receive. The answer is “anywhere from a few thousand to several hundred thousand dollars.” A litigation lawyer at Z Legal will review your file and recommend strategies to keep costs down while ensuring that you’re apprised every step of the way.
If you’ve been served with a Statement of Claim make sure to speak with a litigation lawyer as soon as possible. If you don’t file a Statement of Defence within 20 days or obtain a waiver, you can be noted in default. Speak with a litigation lawyer at Z Legal Litigation Lawyers right away if you’ve been served with a Statement of Claim.