Arizona Employment Law & Business Litigation Since 1996
Faulkner Law Offices, PLLC is the premier law firm for your employment and business law needs. With decades of experience, we provide timely solutions and effective results. From the very first phone call through every step of the process, you’ll get approachable, honest and skillful legal representation. We welcome challenges, complex facts and difficult claims.
The firm prides itself on providing clients with large law firm expertise at cost-effective fees. Through strong negotiation, an unwavering dedication to our clients and a solid understanding of the applicable laws, we are committed to providing the very best legal representation possible. We are trial tested and trial ready.
Individual Employment Law Practice Areas
What Our Clients Are Saying
"Elizabeth and her staff did a truly fantastic job for me. I felt that I was truly represented by a team that had my best interests in mind at all times, and were not afraid to make a stand on my behalf. They were professional and knowledgeable."
"Elizabeth is an exceptionally skilled attorney who understands the human side of a legal issue. She has a strong understanding of her clients and their priorities. Elizabeth personalized her work – as a client I never felt like a number in Elizabeth’s case load. Elizabeth always communicated effectively the status of your case and was available during evenings and weekends. I highly recommend Elizabeth for legal services." – Dawn
"We have been using Faulkner Law Offices for years and have always had attentive and courteous service. We got the attention not found at bigger firms. All our cases have been settled to our satisfaction." – Robert
"I have been a client of Faulkner Law Offices for 15 years. My cases, both personal injury and employment, were handled professionally and successfully. I appreciate the personal attention I always receive and have recommended this firm to family and friends." – D.C.
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