Novey, Tribuiano, Yamada, LLP - Sacramento Labor and Injury Law Firm

California Law Firm

NOVEY, TRIBUIANO & YAMADA is a law firm based in Sacramento, California providing aggressive legal representation throughout California for a variety of clients including public safety associations, unions, individuals, and the surrounding community.

We understand that resolution of your legal matter is very personal and important to you and NOVEY, TRIBUIANO & YAMADA will work diligently and zealously to obtain the best possible results for our clients.

Practice Areas:

Labor and Employment law
Wage and Hour Law
Traffic Accidents
Premises Accidents
Workers’ Compensation
Other Types of Injury Claims
Social Security Disability Appeals


http://www.ntylaw.com/

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