By Robin Greene-Parkinson, Canyon News February 11, 2007
“I was raped recently by my boss, who is CEO of a Fortune 500 company. I don’t know what to do as he is avoiding me, and I’m afraid I’m going to be fired.”
“I have worked for the school district in Northridge for 23 years, got hurt on the job, went on disability for six months, went back to work and got fired. Is this legal?”
“My son was found dead in his home. There was a gun on the floor and the police say it was a suicide, but I don’t buy that. What can I do?”
These are just some of the questions asked on Legal Help Live.
Unscripted, educational, entertaining and controversial, Legal Help Live covers such issues as how to deal with traffic tickets and landlord/tenant problems to criminal issues such as embezzlement, homicide and rape. Legal Help Life covers the gamut.
Legal Help Live is L.A.’s Only Live, Legal TV show.
Think of Car Talk (if the two mechanics were attorneys) meets Larry King. At Legal Help Live, anyone is encouraged to call in and ask a legal question, any question, and get a legal answer. But the show is much more than that. It is informative, entertaining, opinionated and controversial.
From Law & Order and L.A. Law to The Firm and Court TV, American’s are obsessed by the workings of the legal system, but only one Los Angeles TV show gives the real lowdown on L.A. law. Hosted by awardwinning attorneys from the law firm of Solomon, Saltsman & Jamieson, Legal Help Live answers Angelenos’s legal questions.
The show’s original incarnation ran for five years as a radio call in show on KRLA. The TV version, which launched in 2006, airs on channel 16 in Santa Monica and channel 36 in Los Angeles every Wednesday from 4 to 5 p.m. Repeats of the show also air every day at 4 p.m. in Santa Monica and on Thursdays from noon to 1 pm in Los Angeles. Shot in the Santa Monica City Hall council chambers, Legal Help Live features award-winning attorneys Stephen Solomon, Ralph Saltsman, Stephen Jamieson and Bruce Evans. Their call-in line, for legal questions both on and off the air is: (800)405-4222.
Solomon, Saltsman & Jamieson are attorneys practicing in the areas of ABC law, ABC Appeals Board cases, and all related Land Use Matters such as City and County Conditional Use Permits, Variances, Police and Fire permits, Entertainment law, and Gambling Law; as well as Business and Personal Injury litigation. Solomon, Saltsman & Jamieson can be reached at 800 405 4222.”