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Office In Elk Grove & Utah | Employment and Labor Law

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Quality Service And Personal Attention

Caring for employees every step of the way

Passion, Experience And Care

Shimoda & Rodriguez Law, PC is driven by our mission to provide quality service and personal attention to each of our client’s cases. Our caring and empathetic staff will assist you through the legal process. We strive to provide honest advice and set realistic expectations for your case.

Employment Law

Understand your rights at work.

Class Action Lawsuits

Take collective action.

More Than
$50 Million Collected

We have successfully represented employees in class action lawsuits and employment law cases, including wage and hour claims, workplace discrimination, sexual harassment, wrongful termination and whistleblower protection. Get the compensation you deserve with help from Shimoda & Rodriguez Law, PC

Attorneys With Integrity

“I never thought that an attorney would have the level of integrity that Shimoda & Rodriguez Law, PC has. They fight for the rights of the people, and we need more attorneys like this in our country.” – Former Client

Helping You Stand Up For Yourself

“If you need help with employment law, and you have to go up against a large company by yourself, Shimoda & Rodriguez Law, PC are the people you need to talk to.” – Former Client

Honesty, Diligence And Intelligence

“Galen Shimoda is an honest, diligent and intelligent attorney. I would recommend him to my closest friends.” – Former Client

Help Through Difficult Situations

“I hired Shimoda & Rodriguez Law, PC to help me through an emotional employment problem. I was treated fairly, honestly and was kept up to date.” – Former Client

The Treatment You Deserve

“Thank you for believing in me and my family. Thank you for seeing us as human beings and thank you for treating us as such.” – Former Client

Contact Our Office Today

Your rights matter in the workplace. You may be entitled to compensation if your employer is not obeying the law. 

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