Inland Empire Employment Attorney
Stephen Danz and Associates have been helping out employees all around the Inland Empire for many years. Stephen Danz specializes as an employment attorney, meaning that if you have ever been wrongfully terminated from a job or faced any negative situations at work, such as sexual harassment, Stephen Danz of the Inland Empire can help you out. Pip Smits, Esq., has been co counsel with Steve in the Inland Empire area for five years and has been with Danz & Associates in our Valley office for 15 years. Pip has worked as in-house regional counsel for a major health care/hospital provider in the Inland Empire and brings an especially rich knowledge of medical employment issues. Many of our cases in the Inland Empire involve health care, including schools who teach nursing and medicine, medical support providers, in-home care-givers and the like.
To get the complete list of what areas he covers, simply click onto the corresponding link on this webpage. If you are in need of an experienced counsel to help you with an employment contract dispute or if you need any claims to be settled in court, Stephen Danz Employment Attorney in the Inland Empire is the person you need. We represent our clients on a contingency. If we don't win your case, you don't pay. You pay costs only.
Pip and Steve, working through the Inland Empire office (conveniently located across the street from the San Bernardino County Courthouse), have achieved numerous five and six figure settlements and verdicts for their clients. The Inland Empire area includes numerous truck depots and class action litigation involving unpaid meals, overtime, and complex issues of Federal Fair Labor Standards Act rights exist alongside truck driver rights under the California Labor Code. In one recent case, the issue was whether the truck drivers were driving vehicles that entitled them to overtime pay. Experts in various industries such as trucking are called in by the firm when necessary to help the judge and juries understand complex pay issues. Forensic accounting in many cases must be used to reconcile various (and sometimes) incomplete records. Pip and Steve are experts at marshaling the resources needed to convince defendants they are better off settling their cases.
The Inland Empire also has a very high percentage of temp workers, some of who are assigned to the same "on site" employer for years at a time. As such, the firm has been very successful in alleging a "joint and several employer" relationship. This can be especially helpful where one of the two defendants is unable to pay full damages.
So give Pip or her assistant Jonathan at Employment Attorney Inland Empire a phone call today to see how your claim can be taken care of. If you have any further questions, feel free to browse our website for your answers or simply give us a call and we will answer your questions. Do not hesitate to call, we are here to help serve you and make sure you receive the justice you deserve. We do not charge for initial consultations and if we take your case, it is always on a contingency, meaning "no recovery, no fee".
Many of our Inland Empire clients have work-related injuries. Through our network referrals we will find you an excellent work comp attorney.