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About Our San Bernardino Law Firm

We are employment lawyers in San Bernardino, CA. We represent employees & clients throughout California.

Dedicated to Getting San Bernardino Employees Justice

At Matern Law Group, we are dedicated to providing the highest quality legal advice and representation to those who need it most. If you’ve been taken advantage of – whether it’s in the workplace or the marketplace. You can rely on our team of highly skilled and experienced employment lawyers to help you understand your employee rights and restore the balance of power.

We pride ourselves on delivering exceptional legal services to our clients. Everyone deserves to have a powerful voice in the legal process. We work tirelessly and fight tenaciously to hold rights abusers accountable. We strive to elevate the standards of transparency and understanding at every stage of the legal process. We customize our strategies so each client can achieve the most favorable outcome. We passionately serve our communities – both inside and outside the courtroom. Let us fight for your rights.

Dalia Khalili & Matt Matern at Matern Law Group PC

26 Employment Lawyers. 300 Years Combined Experience. Settlements Up to $140 Million Won for a Single Case.

Whether you’re involved in a personal dispute or are looking for justice on behalf of a group of victims, having experienced, reputable law practitioners on your side can help restore the balance of power and protect your rights.

Is It Illegal, or Just Unfair?

Legal cases can be lengthy, complicated, and confusing, but you don’t have to take on the system all by yourself. If you believe someone has violated your individual rights, or the rights of a large group of people in your community, we can help you find the right course of action.

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