Stephen Danz & Associates is California's major state-wide employee-only law firm with attorneys and offices throughout the state. The main office is in Brentwood (Los Angeles). Thousand Oaks, Simi Valley, Pasadena, Irvine, San Diego (Mission Valley and Carlsbad), Fresno, and the firm has a presence in San Bernardino, Sacramento, San Francisco, Santa Rosa, Sacramento, and the Bay Area. Each client is represented by an experienced associate who handles the day to day work associated with each case, and by Steve Danz himself who serves as senior attorney on the case.
Stephen Danz & Associates
Over 30 years of trial & settlement experience
Stephen Danz and Associates is California's largest employee only, statewide law firm with offices in Los Angeles, San Diego, Sacramento, San Bernardino, and Oakland. Our firm is dedicated to representing employees in disputes against their employers. Our attorneys represent employees and workers in class actions, wrongful termination cases, discrimination (age, sex, race, national origin, and physical or medical condition) and harassment cases, wage disputes, overtime pay cases, and rest and meal period cases.
Our experienced lawyers have represented thousands of employees throughout the State of California and have won numerous trials and arbitrations on their behalf. If you think you have a possible claim please contact our office immediately.
We don't make empty promises, We deliver results.
We provide free initial consultations. No Attorneys' fees unless we make a recovery on your behalf.
Pfizer, Inc . paid $2.3 Billion for illegal kickbacks and illegal marketing of drugs such as Lipitor, Viagra and Celebrex;
Eli Lilly & Co paid $1.415 billion for promoting drugs for unapproved purposes;
GlaxoSmithKline paid $750 for selling adulterated drugs;
Purdue-Frederick co paid $634.5 million for illegal misbranding of Oxycontin;
Los Angeles Department of Water and Power for overcharging customers $160 million;
Smithkline Beecham Clinial Laboratores, $325 million for charing the government for tests that were not performed.
Merck paid $650 million for kickbacks and Medicaid Best Practice violations.
University of Phoenix paid 67.5 million for violations of student loan regulations.
Walgreens paid $120 million for improper drug testing
Companies agreeing to these enormous fines are not limited to health care, although that is certainly the largest by category in the last few years. Chevron has paid $95 million; Mellon Bank, 16.5 million; United Technologies, $150 million.