Your Rights As A Worker Are Worth Protecting
When you are discriminated against, harassed, denied proper wages or otherwise hurt by your employer, you deserve the opportunity to seek justice. The word ceartas means justice in gaelic. Our name is a sign of our commitment to fighting for California workers.
Employers must make reasonable accommodations as required under the law for workers with physical or mental disabilities.
Harassing behavior based on sex or gender is still alarmingly common. Workers should not have to suffer this pain.
Some employers seek to punish workers who assert their rights. Retaliation can discourage workers from coming forward when it goes unpunished.
Workplace discrimination can take many forms. Employers must be prevented from targeting workers who have done nothing wrong.
The Family and Medical Leave Act and the California Family Rights Act help workers deal with serious issues. Employers cannot punish you for that.
Experienced And Knowledgeable Counsel
Our attorney began his career in employment law representing defendant employers. Employers who were accused of violating their workers’ rights sought him out. Before long, he decided that he was on the wrong side. He helped found Ceartas Legal to use his experience to fight only for employees. Now he can use the knowledge he gained in those early years to fight for the people he believes in.
“…The case ended in my favor with the defendant settling, and for more than originally anticipated thanks to Tim & Greg’s expertise and hard work. But most importantly, I felt vindicated. I am extremely grateful that I had such a dedicated, knowledgeable and caring team in my corner, supporting me through a difficult time. I would highly recommend them to anyone else who finds in need of an employment lawyer.”
Defending Your Rights As A Worker
The law can protect you, but it doesn’t happen automatically. You need a skilled employment law attorney on your side to preserve those rights. Attorney Greg A. Klawitter has the skill and drive to hold your employer accountable for what they put you through.
Let Us Know How We Can Help
If your rights as a worker have been violated, call our Del Mar law firm today fill out the contact form to send us an email.