I know this has been asked here (probably multiple times) & I've even done some searching but, I cant seem to find the answers Im looking for. How does a wrongful term claim affect a W/C case? I know that they are 2 seperate claims & require different representation but, there is a article in the labor code(132(a)) stating W/T in a W/C case brings a max of $10,000??? Is that for the whole case, or the W/C party involved? also, can a W/C attorney represent a client in a W/T case or should that be handled by employment attorney? Last.... Can a employment attorney be aquired without paying a retainer fee? as I am flat broke & can barely afford gas to get back-n-forth from doc appointments as it is! Thanks in advance for taking the time to read & answer my post!