At Ceartas Legal LLP, our San Diego employer retaliation attorneys have successfully helped clients obtain just legal compensation for harm suffered in the workplace due to retaliatory actions by their employers.
Our expert employment lawyers will advocate vigorously on your behalf to preserve and protect your interests. If your workplace environment has become hostile as the result of asserting your legal rights or the legal rights of others, the attorneys at Ceartas Legal LLP are here to help you.
Please contact the San Diego employment retaliation lawyers at Ceartas Legal LLP today by calling (619) 819-9396 or (619) 819-5120 to make an appointment for a free consultation with an expert employment attorney.
Ceartas Legal LLP handles cases on a contingency basis. You won’t pay any attorney fees until we obtain a favorable settlement or judgment to compensate you for the damages sustained as a result of your employer’s wrongdoing.
Skilled Employer Retaliation Attorney in San Diego
Under the law, employers are prohibited from engaging in retaliation or harassment against an individual who has filed a complaint, assisted with a regulatory or criminal investigation looking into the employer’s actions, or was assertive in demanding legal protections to which they or others are entitled. Examples of protected rights include but aren’t limited to:
- Asking an Employer to Make Reasonable Accommodations for Disabled Employees
- Cooperating in an Investigation into Illegal or Fraudulent Business Practices
- Filing an EEOC or Fair Employment and Housing Act Complaint
- Requesting or Taking Family or Medical Leave
- Refusal to Comply with Employer Demands to Engage in Unlawful Business Practices / Activity
- Reporting an Employer’s Refusal to Provide Mandatory Breaks
- Reporting an Employer’s Unlawful Denial of Family / Medical Leave
- Reporting Safety Violations to OSHA and other Regulatory Authorities
- Reporting Wage / Overtime Violations to the Labor Board
- Requesting / Taking Meal or Rest Breaks
- Right to Receive Wage & Overtime Pay in Accordance with State and Federal Laws
- Testifying against your Employer During Legal Proceedings
If you believe that your employer or former employer retaliated against you in any of these ways, it is essential that you retain a qualified, experienced employment lawyer.