Alan Lescht and Associates, PC reviews | Legal at 1825 K Street NW - Washington DC

Alan Lescht and Associates, PC

171 reviews
|Legal|Washington, DC 20006
on BirdEye

3 months ago

09/05/2018, 16:09 PM
If you are seeking expert experienced top-notch counsel for federal employment law, Alan Lescht and Associates, PC is the law firm for you. They will defend your rights and guide you through some very complex employment laws. My career as a federal employee was in jeopardy and I was being threatened to be removed from my job. I was subjected to disability discrimination and retaliation. I contacted Alan Lescht through his website and he telephoned me back almost immediately. Alan listened patiently to everything I needed to say, and he was extremely knowledgeable, and very sympathetic. He was very confident that I had a solid case and expressed his law firm could be of great assistance to me. Alan felt that Susan Kruger, an attorney at his firm, would be a perfect fit for me and my case. He was right on point and it was the best decision I could ever have made! Susan is a brilliant, dedicated, and passionate attorney who is an expert in federal employment law and has represented me in an exemplary manner. She has protected my status as a federal government employee and has always fought for me and kept me informed of my rights and the law. She has worked on my behalf with federal attorneys and judges. Susan is extremely knowledgeable with the administrative processes of the EEOC and is currently representing me in two cases in which the Office of Federal Operations ruled in my favor. I could not have gone through all that I have without her. There have been many times I have called her in tears, at my wit's end, ready to quit. Susan gives me the resolve, strength, and courage to keep on fighting. She is determined, committed, and dedicated to right the wrongs that I have faced in my employment with the federal government. If you are a federal employee, choose Alan Lescht and Associates. They understand the complexities of federal employment and your case will depend upon it.