When considering legal action you need a team that knows what's ahead:

a law firm that knows the landscape of litigation and the costs at stake. 

Leading Trial Lawyers in Los Angeles

The attorneys of Stevens Law are committed to their clients from their first phone call or meeting.  Skilled in every aspect of litigation, they have the expertise to advise clients on how best to navigate the legal process not only in Los Angeles, but throughout California.


When an employee needs protection from retaliation or harassment, we provide advice and guidance on options ranging from a private resolution to a strong presentation before a jury.   When a business dispute arises among partners or investors, we offer creative solutions that can avoid litigation. When someone has been victimized by a fraudulent scheme or suffered from a defective product, we waste little time in seeking justice. But while we’re always ready to take any case to trial, we appreciate that this is not always the best approach.  We try to tailor our approach to each client’s individual situation and needs.


At Stevens Law, we take the time to explain every step of the litigation process so that our clients can make informed decisions about whether to take a dispute to trial or resolve it through settlement. What makes us leading trial lawyers is our individualized approach to every case, treating our clients with respect and understanding.

Key Practice Areas

Aviation disaster is caused by a unique set of circumstances and factors. We understand these unfortunate circumstances and the issues associated with each case, including jurisdiction, venue, conflicts of law and, most importantly, the needs of the victims and families.

Sooner or later, your business will likely experience some form of dispute. Regardless of why, you and your company are best served by enlisting the help of a firm with the right kind of expertise—particularly when a conflict may have an impact on the future success and growth of your business.

Class actions can involve any number of issues including product defects, insurance claims, wage and hour violations, pharmaceutical injuries, false advertising, and consumer fraud. Class action lawsuits are the most efficient means of recovering on behalf of a large group of people who have each suffered only a small amount of damage. 

Are you in a dispute with a company that you believe has kept money that it should have refunded?  If so, when a consumer fraud attorney contacts a company on your behalf with a consumer complaint, that company is more likely to settle a valid claim. And the law even requires that the company pay your legal fees if you prevail in the dispute.

Discrimination in the workplace has been illegal since the 1960s, yet everyday employees face all types of discrimination, whether based on gender, race, national origin, religion, pregnancy, sexual orientation, or age -- all of which are illegal under Federal and California law. The employee may be subjected to lesser wages than others, or to being overlooked for promotions. In all of these cases, the conduct is illegal.

Multiple companies are involved in the process of manufacturing a product from the design through manufacturing and marketing/distribution.  Determining whether there is a potential claim for a defective product, tracking down all of the parties in the chain of manufacturing, and proving liability for each of these parties requires a skilled and experienced legal team.

Sexual harassment in the workplace can either be a few instances of inappropriate comments about a person’s body, pornography displayed on computer screen or in magazines in the workplace, or sexually--suggestive gestures over a period of months or years.  The harasser can either be the victim’s supervisor, a co-worker or a non-employee. In all of these scenarios, the conduct is illegal.

Wage and hour laws are meant to protect employees, and ensure fair treatment by their employers.  But these laws are violated every single day in California, resulting in unfair treatment of hourly employees.  When an employee is required to work “off the clock,” misses a meal break and is not compensated for it, or is entitled to family and medical leave but is prevented from using it, the laws of California require that the employee be compensated.

A “whistleblower” is an employee who reports a violation of the law by his or her employer.  The violation may be against the reporting employee, whether for reporting sexual harassment or fraudulent accounting practices.  It is illegal for an employer to fire a “whistleblower” and federal and California laws exist to protect the whistleblower. An employee may also be able to file a complaint with OSHA for workplace safety issues.

Helping Employees, Individuals, and Businesses

Stevens Law is a leading plaintiffs' law firm in Los Angeles with a primary focus on helping employees, individuals, and businesses who find themselves victims of injustice and fraud. Whether you are an employee facing workplace discrimination or sexual harassment, an individual who has been harmed by a faulty product or drug, or a mid-sized business facing a partnership dispute or copyright violation, Stevens Law is ready to help. Our attorneys build effective approaches to disputes that are tailored specifically to the unique needs of the client with achieving top results always in mind.

Our Road To Success

Daily Journal -  Top 100 Lawyers in California

Margaret P. Stevens named to Top 100 Lawyers in California for 2016 


Super Lawyers -  Top Lawyers in Los Angeles

Margaret P. Stevens named to SuperLawyers in 2018


Daily Journal -  Top Women Lawyers in California

Margaret P. Stevens named to top Women Lawyers in California for 2016


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Stevens Law, PC
6420 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 1100
Los Angeles, CA 90048