Robert M. Klein is a personal injury attorney located in Los Angeles. He has successfully represented clients in personal injury, employment law and business litigation cases for over 25 years. The primary focus of his practice has been and remains plaintiff personal injury. He also represents medium sized business in business litigation cases and individuals in employee in wage & hour, or wrongful termination cases.
His personal injury practice includes cases involving auto accidents (referred to as an auto accident attorney or auto accident lawyer), pedestrian accidents, wrongful death cases, a slip and fall case (slip and fall attorney) or a trip and fall case, bicycle or motorcycle accidents, and dog bite cases. The types of cases handled by Mr. Klein include tragic accidents resulting in the death of a loved one, injuries involving broken bones, injuries requiring surgery or resulting in permanent scarring, to the simple case where the victim suffers a neck or back sprain (soft tissue injury) requiring physical therapy. These cases are all accident injury cases.
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Mr. Klein represents clients in employment actions based on sexual harassment, the failure to comply with state and/or federal wage and hour laws, and cases where an employee is being discriminated against even though the employee is a member of a protected class. Simply stated, he will represent an employee where an employer fires or discriminates against an employee based on race, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, a mental or physical disability, being over forty or where it violates public policy.
He also has extensive expertise in business litigation, representing companies involved in contract disputes and bringing or defending claims involving fraud or deceptive business practices.
Mr. Klein has an established reputation within the legal community for achieving excellent results for his clients. He pays attention to each client’s case using his legal skills and experience, and provides each client with exceptional and aggressive representation. Mr. Klein also believes it is important to give his time back to his community. He is active with the State Bar as an advisor to the Solo and Small Firm section of the State Bar and he is a board member and officer for a non profit organization (Hurdle Jumpers) which distributes free comfort kits for cancer patients.