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DiscriminationAre you being treated differently than your coworkers purely because of protected characteristics like age (if over 40), race, sex/gender, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, ethnicity, religion, pregnancy, or disability? Our lawyers will fight aggressively to put a stop to employment discrimination and help you get compensation.

The employment lawyers at The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker think California workers are entitled to a respectful and secure workplace. Our best employment lawyers are prepared to stand up and fight for you if your employer hasn’t taken action to fix a violation of your rights as an employee. Several laws and rules try to safeguard California workers and hold businesses responsible for their actions.

We are devoted to protecting your interests and will exert every effort to ensure justice is done. Don’t let your employer’s wealth scare you; get in touch with The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker immediately to learn more.

Which Laws Safeguard Employees In Southern California?

California passed several laws in 2020 to stop unfair hiring practices and lessen inequality among workers. The following are some of the key lessons from these new laws:

  • Due to labor protection rules, hundreds of thousands of independent contractors would have to be reclassified as employees of businesses.
  • Rules for job equality.
  • Receiving workers’ compensation for post-traumatic stress disorder is simpler for first responders.
  • Prohibiting prejudice based on the hairdo.
  • Raising the minimum wage.
  • Worker Protection Order was implemented to aid in reducing COVID-19 transmission.

California’s Employment and Labor Laws

Depending on the sort of complaint made and which administrative agency the complaint is made to, there may be a different statute of limitations for submitting an employment claim; in some cases, you may only have 180 days to prepare your claim. The following organizations could be engaged in a California employment law case:

Division of Labor Standards and Enforcement of California (DLSE)

Fair Employment and Housing Department of California (DFEH)

Department of Labor of the United States

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission of the United States (EEOC)

Workplace victims in California have several options for redress because the Golden State has some of the most comprehensive employment regulations in the country. Your alternatives will be explained to you by our California employment lawyers.

Choosing The Right Workplace Discrimination Lawyer

Thousands, if not hundreds of thousands, of results, will probably come up in any search for California labor and employment lawyers. How do you choose the best employment lawyer in Los Angeles with so many options? You can use the following advice to locate the ideal lawyers for your case:

  • Obtain recommendations from friends, family members, or other reliable sources.
  • To learn more about the legal firm’s credentials, background, practice areas, etc., visit the website of the California State Bar.
  • Visit the lawyer’s website to arrange a call or a free consultation.
  • Ask questions regarding how the law firm will handle your case and what their fees are

How to Determine If You Have a Wrongful Labor Termination Case?

Identifying whether your firing was legal or illegal is one of the trickiest parts of any specific California employment dispute (referred to as wrongful termination). The first thing to realize is that most jobs are “at-will,” which implies that an employee may be fired at any time for any reason the employer deems appropriate.

The at-will employment legislation does have several exceptions, though, in which you might be able to sue your employer.

For the following reasons, it is unlawful to fire an at-will employee in California:

  • Discrimination is based on sexual orientation, gender, age, color, religion, pregnancy, disability, race, or national origin.
  • Safeguarded Absences

Please get in touch with employment law lawyers at The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker immediately to learn more about your legal options and determine whether you have a case for wrongful termination of employment.

Can I Sue My Boss While I’m Still Employed By Them?

Workers often don’t file a lawsuit against their company until the employment relationship has separated. Some people, however, decide to proceed with the claim while the wrongdoing business still employs them. The latter is a dangerous and perhaps divisive course of action, but some select it if they haven’t been fired yet and want to exert pressure on their company to treat them better or make things right.

What Damages Can I Claim Against My Employer?

To help ease your worries after being a victim of employment discrimination, turn to The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker. We’ll negotiate and assist you in gathering the crucial evidence you need to prove your case. Our legal knowledge and financial resources allow you to pursue your case without stress.

Any breach of the labor and employment laws of California carries serious repercussions. You may be awarded the following damages if a company is found liable for harassing you at work, discriminating against you, or taking any other illegal employment action against you:

  • Lost Salary
  • Lost Benefits Lower Earning Potential
  • Emotional Anxiety
  • Retaliatory Damages
  • Lawyer Fees

The particulars of your situation might warrant other remedies. Even so, you won’t be aware of the entire scope of the damages you are entitled to without contacting the California employment lawyers at The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker.

Why Choose The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker?

Fighting for the justice that victims of workplace discrimination deserve is a serious matter, and we don’t mess around—we succeed.

  • We have recovered hundreds of millions of dollars in verdicts, settlements, and judgements for our clients.
  • Our alliance with PLBH gives us access to ample resources for even the most complicated cases.
  • You don’t pay any legal fees unless we win your case.

Todd H. Harrison is the Managing Partner of the Employment Law Division of Perona, Langer, Beck, and Harrison, an established and respected law firm that The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker has worked with for many years. Todd and his team are committed to fighting employers who take advantage of their employees and believe in leveling the playing field and giving everyone who has been impacted a voice in the justice system. Todd Harrison has represented thousands of employees against some of the largest companies and corporations in the nation. He has obtained millions of dollars in settlements, verdicts, and judgments for injured employees and consumers. Todd has handled all types of employment law cases, including but not limited to wrongful termination, whistle-blowing protection, wage and hour laws, overtime pay disputes, independent contractor classification, workplace discrimination, racial discrimination, and sexual harassment.

Free Legal Consultation from a Southern California Employment Lawyer

Our knowledgeable employment lawyers successfully won millions of dollars in damages on behalf of harmed employee rights clients, utilizing the legal system to benefit clients like you. Every employment law matter we take on benefits from our individualized approach. We adjust our services to meet your unique problems and achieve the best possible outcomes. There is no fee until your case is successful. Don’t waste any more time, call 866-536-5788 today.