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  • How do you charge for your services?
    We have designed a pricing model that is both transparent and tailored to the unique needs of each client. Our fees are determined based on the complexity of the case, the amount of work involved, the timeframe, and other relevant factors. To initiate representation, we charge an initial upfront flat rate of $500.00. This fee covers the assessment of your case, preliminary advice and strategy, and the initial steps required to proceed with your matter. Following this, we operate on a contingency fee basis, where we will receive 20% of any settlement that is negotiated by our firm on your behalf. Please note that the fees mentioned above are contingent upon the complexity of your case, the amount of work needed, and the timeframe, among other factors. In some cases, there may be additional fees required. We will always strive to provide you with as much advance notice as possible if additional fees are necessary, and we will discuss these with you to ensure you are comfortable with the proposed fee structure. Our goal is to provide affordable and accessible services to our clients. If you have additional questions regarding our fee schedule please ask your assigned EEOA through the client portal. If you are not an existing client please email your questions to eeoa@reelyfesolutions.com
  • What is a non-attorney equal employment opportunity advocacy firm?
    Reelyfe Solutions Equal Employment Advocacy Firm, is a non-attorney equal employment opportunity firm that specializes in providing advice, guidance, and representation to individuals who have experienced workplace discrimination, retaliation, harassment, or any other protected freedoms governed by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and in accordance with 29 C.F.R. § 1614.605. 29 C.F.R. § 1614.605 permits a complainant to have a representative who may be, but is not required to be, an attorney at any stage in the processing of a complaint.
  • How is ReeLyfe Solutions Equal Employment Advocacy Firm different from a Law Firm?
    While law firms typically consist of licensed attorneys who represent clients in legal proceedings, our advocacy firm is staffed by experienced professionals who have extensive knowledge of equal employment opportunity laws, regulations, and best practices, but are not licensed attorneys. Our goal is to assist clients in resolving their concerns in the most cost effective manner without minimizing the quality of the services we provide.
  • Do you handle MSPB Appeals?
    Yes, our non-attorney equal employment opportunity advocacy firm provides representation for Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB) appeals. We understand the complexities of the federal employment system and are equipped to guide you through the MSPB appeals process. The types of MSPB appeals we handle include, but are not limited to: Adverse actions: These involve disciplinary actions taken against federal employees, such as suspensions, demotions, or removals. We can help you contest the action by demonstrating that it was not justified, consistent with due process, or in compliance with applicable laws and regulations. Performance-based actions: If you have been subjected to performance-based actions, such as removal or demotion based on an alleged failure to meet performance standards, our firm can assist you in challenging the basis and fairness of these actions. Retirement and disability appeals: We represent clients in appeals involving retirement benefits, disability retirement applications, and involuntary retirement cases. Our advocacy services include helping you gather evidence, present your case, and navigate the appeals process. Whistleblower retaliation: If you have experienced retaliation for reporting waste, fraud, abuse, or other wrongdoing within your federal agency, we can help you present your case to the MSPB and seek corrective action or compensation. Prohibited personnel practices: Our firm handles cases involving prohibited personnel practices, such as discrimination, retaliation, nepotism, and other actions that violate the merit system principles. We can help you challenge these practices and seek appropriate remedies. USERRA and VEOA appeals: We assist clients in appealing cases under the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA) and the Veterans Employment Opportunities Act (VEOA), which protect the employment rights of veterans, reservists, and members of the National Guard. Please note that while we can provide representation and guidance in these types of MSPB appeals, there are a number of factors that must be considered. If you are interested in filing an appeal with the MSPB please book a consultation so we can see how we may be able to assist you.
  • What types of discrimination do you handle?
    We handle cases involving various forms of workplace discrimination, including but not limited to race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, disability, pregnancy, retaliation, harassment, genetic information.
  • How long do I have to file a complaint?
    The deadline to file a complaint varies depending on the specific agency and the laws applicable to your situation. In general, the EEOC requires complaints to be filed within 180 days of the discriminatory incident, but some state agencies may have different deadlines. It is essential to consult with our firm as soon as possible to ensure your complaint is filed within the appropriate time frame.
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