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Jamison Empting Cronin, LLP - Los Angeles, CA

825 E. 4th St.Unit 204 Los Angeles, CA 90013

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Updated: 03/03/2021

Los Angeles Employment Law - Employee Law Firm


When legal challenges arise, they may cause bumps in the road for companies in Los Angeles, California. Our team at Kevin Jamison Law, PC, provides focused business and commercial law services, working to resolve our clients' issues so they can focus on what matters most, their business operations and bottom lines. To best serve those we represent, our law firm offers free initial consultations, and we accept credit cards...

About Jamison Empting Cronin, LLP

Practice Areas

  • Employment Law - Employee
  • Personal Injury - Plaintiff
  • Motor Vehicle Accidents Plaintiff
  • Business Litigation




Accepts Credit Cards

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825 E. 4th St.Unit 204 Los Angeles, CA 90013

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Jamison Empting Cronin, LLP (Main Office) 14726 Ramona Ave. Suite 108 Chino, CA 91710 909-414-3502

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