How Do I Prepare for a Meeting with My Lawyer? Bring all documentation that you believe will be relevant to your case. If you have a case before the DFEH, EEOC, or a court, it is important for us to know when the next event in your case will take place. If the DFEH or EEOC have issued you a right to sue notice, it will be important that we know when the right to sue was issued and what the original complaint contained. If you have a social security disability case, bring your medical records indicating that you are disabled and your social security denial. In all cases, it’s important for us to know approximately when the events triggering your case occurred. We will not have time to review all of your documents during your initial consultations, but it is better to bring more documents than to leave the needed document at home. Our main review of documentation will occur after you retain us as your attorney.
Since 1979, the Vanegas Law Group has represented employees and small businesses throughout the greater Walnut Creek, CA area. Across a wide variety of labor and employment, business law, personal injury, and consumer matters; the attorneys of Vanegas Law Group are dedicated to protecting your rights. We understand the stress and anxiety that comes with pursuing these types of legal cases. The Vanegas Law Group will provide you with peace of mind and reliable guidance throughout the process. Contact us today to schedule a free initial consultation to advise you about your legal matter.