Hi, I am a Handicap Combat Veteran and have filed two suits with EEOC for the State Dept. and are currently before an Administrative Judge scheduled conference o July, 8th.
They are asking me for an offer but this is over my head!
Can you help? I can pay you on a contingency basis since I don't have the money right now.
I think there should be. You should reach out to a few attorneys by telephone and get a sense of their positions on compensation. Very good luck!
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In my experience it is difficult to find an attorney to handle employment cases on a contingency basis. However, you can reach out to some of the lawyers here on AVVO to see if you can find one willing to do it. Best of luck to you.
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