Rawa Law Group APC
Employment Attorney, Estate Planning
About Us

When you choose to work with Rawa Law Group, workers compensation lawyer, you’ll have a professional team of employment, work injury, and accident attorneys in Inland Empire on your side who’ve successfully recovered hundreds of millions for clients over the last decade. This is a testimony to our ability to help in some of the most complex cases.

No law firm can guarantee results, but we can guarantee that we aggressively pursue our client’s cases and we never back down from any fight in the best interests of our clients. We fight the fight and we like to win, but most importantly to bring justice to our clients.

This helps us pursue the maximum amount of compensation available to you. What is more important than the financial recovery is the satisfaction of knowing you stood up for yourself and demanded justice.


Legal Team

Ziad Rawashdeh,
Attorney At Law

Attorney Ziad Rawashdeh is the founder of the firm. He works tirelessly to bring justice for injured individuals and their families, regardless of the type of injury and damage they suffered, either physical injury at work, other type of accidents, unpaid wages and overtime, or harassment and discrimination at workplace. Mr. Rawashdeh has personally recovered millions of dollars in settlements, verdicts and awards for the firms injured and damaged clients in Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino County, as well as throughout California. Mr. Rawashdeh has successfully handled cases involving industrial accidents, workplace injuries, construction site accidents, orthopedic and brain injuries, amputations, wrongful death claims, unpaid wages and overtime, harassment and discrimination, and more.

Mr. Rawashdeh in addition of being a member of the California Employment Lawyers Association, and California Applicant Attorneys Association. In addition he is admitted to practice before all California State and Federal Courts, he also has an MBA degree and is a Certified Public Accountant.


Charles Rondeau has been practicing law for more than 23 years. For the last 16 of them, his practice has been concentrated in workers’ compensation related litigation. Mr. Rondeau has represented injured workers and medical providers before the Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board. In recent years, he has also represented employers in civil litigation against workers’ compensation insurance carriers. Mr. Rondeau has also successfully tried numerous civil and criminal cases to verdict.

Mr. Rondeau is a graduate of Columbia College and of Southwestern University School of Law. He is licensed to practice in California, New York and New Jersey, and is licensed to appear before the United State Supreme Court, several federal circuit Courts of Appeal and numerous federal District Courts.

Mr. Rondeau is currently serving as the Chairperson of the Workers’ Compensation Advisory Law Commission of the State Bar of California and is a proud member of the California Applicants’ Attorneys Association (“CAAA”), the Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles (“CAALA”) and the California Employment Lawyers Association (“CELA”). Mr. Rondeau has the honor and privilege of arguing some of the most important recent workers’ compensation cases before the California Supreme Court, includingValdez v. Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board in 2013 and in State Compensation Insurance Fund v. Workers’ Compensation Insurance Fund (Sandhagen) in 2008. Mr. Rondeau has also had the honor and privilege of arguing before several District Courts of Appeal and has several published appellate decisions.

Mr. Rondeau is fluent is Spanish and French and also speaks several other foreign languages.


Ms. Khoury handles the Labor and Employment civil litigation cases at the firm. Ms. Khoury is a value-driven Litigation Attorney with broad-based experience in civil labor and employment litigation, in State and Federal Courts from pleading to trial and/or arbitration. Ms. Khoury represents employees in wrongful termination cases, workplace discrimination, harassment, and retaliation under the Fair Employment and Housing Act, including discrimination based on pregnancy, race, national origin, religion, physical disability, mental disability, medical condition, genetic information, marital status, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, age, sexual orientation, military and veteran status; Ms. Khoury handles wage and hour violations in State and Federal courts.

Ms. Khoury received her Bachelor’s degree from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio (Magna Cum Laude) and her Master’s Degree in Psychology from Antioch University. She received her Juris Doctorate from Western State University College of Law in Fullerton, California (Magna Cum Laude) graduating third of her class as a Salutatorian. Ms. Khoury was admitted to the State Bar of California in 2004. She is admitted in all courts of the State of California and in the United States District Court for the Central District and in the United States Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. Ms. Khoury is also a member of the California Employment Lawyers Association. While in law school, Ms. Khoury, an international human rights activist, was appointed Lieutenant Governor of Public Interest by the American Bar Association/Law Student Division (ABA/LSD). She received a Certificate of Appreciation by the ABA/LSD for her dedication to public service and volunteer work in the community. Ms. Khoury has received many honors and has published decisions.

Ms. Khoury joined RAWA LAW GROUP in 2015. She fights for her clients with passion and integrity.


Areas of Practice

Wages & Overtime

According to the California Department of Industrial Relations, California’s wage and overtime law is designed to protect workers. The state’s, “overtime pay” is considered additional wages and pay for working over 40 hours a week or over 8 hours in a day.

Harassment & Termination

Certain types of harassment in the workplace are considered unlawful according to Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Equal Employment Opportunity Act of 1972. When an employee makes inappropriate verbal remarks or physical conduct.

Workers Compensation

Workers’ compensation system, or also known as workmans’ comp, is a state-mandated insurance coverage program which provides certain benefits to the injured workers in case their injuries or illnesses is job related.

Personal Injury

Being injured is always a traumatic experience. When those injuries were preventable – when they were caused by someone else behaving in a negligent manner or making negligent decisions – your trauma is compounded by anger and frustration.

Estate Planning

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Asset Protection

Our Experienced Attorneys in the Inland Empire can help protect your hard earned assets.As you know we live in an economically dangerous world.

Law Enforcement

Police Officers, Firefighters & Certain Public Safety Officers are entitled to certain Presumptions under LC § 3212 to prove their industrial injuries.


The SIBTF was formerly known as the Subsequent Injuries Fund (SIF). SIBTF was created to for the State to provide financial help to workers who have significant pre-existing disability who then suffer a significant.


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