While some employees approach their employment lawsuit in a passive manner, your Washington DC employment lawyer can explain that there are several things that you can do to assist with your case. One such task is to gather and prepare documents that can provide insight and information for your Washington DC employment lawyer.
The following documents can help you establish your case, as well as provide essential information to your Washington DC employment attorney:
- Your employment application
- Your offer letter
- Your employment contract, including any handbook or manual
- Any arbitration agreement
- Documents that you prepared at the time of the incidents in question, such as a calendar or diary
- Any performance reviews
- Your personnel files
In addition to the documents listed above, your Washington DC employment lawyer may also ask you to prepare certain documents to assist with your case. For example, he may ask you to prepare a “Cast of Characters.” This document is a list of individuals who have information about your case. It should include individuals who can provide helpful information to your case. Additionally, this list should also include the names and individuals who may have a negative impact on your case. Include each person’s contact information, title and summary of what they know about your case. Another document that you can prepare to help your case is a chronology of events that details the important dates involved in your case.
If you would like more information about how you can assist with your case, contact the Law Offices of Boniface K. Cobbina, P.C. at 202-463-6900.