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About Us

Demanding Fairness From Big Business

At Moss Bollinger LLP, our mission is singular: to fight on behalf of Californians who have been wronged by large institutions. We have argued against commercial businesses, insurance companies and for-profit universities that have wronged their employees and customers. As attorneys, we are rigorous in our pursuit of restitution. We stand prepared to assert our clients’ rights in court.

Protecting The Rights Of Consumers And Employees

We select cases carefully and handle a limited number of claims. The cases we take on are those in which an institution has clearly exploited the rights of an individual. We will bring the full weight of the law to bear on such institutions.

If your employer has infringed upon your rights as an employee, or if a business has defrauded you as a consumer, we will provide aggressive legal representation. We also offer experienced counsel in cases where retirement plan providers operate in bad faith — when, for instance, your provider fails to honor your benefits or the savings you have accrued.

If you have suffered such mistreatment, an experienced lawyer is imperative to winning compensation. Since 2008, undertaking such matters has been our focus.

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Contact Moss Bollinger Today

To learn more, you can arrange a free consultation by calling 800-249-1175 or by reaching us through our online form. We have offices in Los Angeles and Oakland, and represent individuals throughout the entire state of California. We work on a contingency basis, and can schedule appointments during business hours, or on weekends and evenings as necessary.


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