Employment Attorneys in Del Mar

Top-Rated Employment Attorneys in Del Mar | Stephen Danz & Associates

Employment is an essential part of everyone’s lives. We spend a fraction of our valuable time at work, we dedicate our best effort to our jobs, and we take pride in our achievements for our employers. However, when your employer wrongfully terminates you, violated California labor laws or mistreats you merely because of your disability, gender, sexual orientation, race, or any other similar characteristic you may be facing one of the most frustrating scenarios in your life. In such a difficult time, you can trust your case with Stephen Danz & Associates employment attorneys in Del Mar. The multiple laws and regulations protecting employees from discrimination and other state and federal laws are complicated and can seem overwhelming. At Stephen Danz & Associates we walk our clients through all parts of their employment law case and ensure that their rights are fully protected.  

Stephen Danz & Associates is one of the best employment law firms in Del Mar which exclusively represents employees in employment law cases. We provide the highest level of professional legal representation in employment law disputes. The employment attorneys proudly representing Del Mar employees offer services in various areas of employment law such as:

  • Wrongful Termination
  • Workplace Harassment
  • Defamation
  • Discrimination (Disability, Race, Age, Gender, Sexual Orientation, Pregnancy, Religion)
  • Retaliation for making a protected complaint or engaging in other protected activities
  • Family Medical Leave retaliation or interference
  • Whistle-blowers
  • Military Leave Violations
  • Invasion of Privacy
  • Pregnancy Discrimination
  • Reasonable Accommodation
  • Transgender Discrimination
  • Unemployment Benefit Hearings/Appeals
  • Wage and Hour
  • Breach of Contract

WRONGFUL TERMINATION

In California, employment is at-will, meaning that an employer can fire an employee for almost any reason or no reason. Wrongful termination happens when the employer fires an employee in violation of a particular law. Some illegal reasons include:

DISCRIMINATION FOR A DISABILITY

Under Federal and State laws, individuals with disabilities have certain protections. As a protected classification, it is illegal to discriminate against a disabled individual in all aspects of employment. Determining whether an individual has a qualified disability under the law, including the Americans with Disabilities Act and/or the Fair Employment and Housing Act, can be difficult. If you’re working with a physical or mental impairment, contact our firm to see if you are entitled to legal protection.

WORKPLACE SEXUAL HARASSMENT

Federal and State law protects employees from a wide range of harassment, whether it is verbal or physical abuse or even unwelcome sexual advances. Harassment cases are largely dependent on certain facts and circumstances about the individual’s case. Contact our firm if you think that you might have been harassed at work, and we will discuss the legal solutions that may be available to you.

RETALIATION

An employer should be held liable for retaliating actions against employees who use their legal rights such activities might be filing a complaint about discrimination or harassment in the workplace. If you feel you have faced retaliatory actions by your employer, please contact our firm for a consultation.

WHISTLEBLOWING

Whistleblowing is similar to retaliation cases; they tend to occur in different circumstances. Whistleblower protection is valid for employees who report illegal acts being done by the employer and face consequences such as a demotion or getting fired. Please contact our firm to find out if you are eligible for whistleblower protection under the law.

WAGE AND HOUR

Both State and Federal laws protect employees from wage and hour violations. Such violations often affect an entire category of workers and not just one employee. Violations can include:

  • Not paying earned over time
  • Being asked to work through meal and rest breaks
  • Being required to go to work but not being paid for the time you had to wait
  • Being fired for complaining about violations.

Contact Our Employment Lawyers Today  Free, No-Obligation Case Evaluation

To see whether your case qualifies for an initial consultation with Stephen Danz & Associates, call 877-789-9707 or send us an e-mail. Our employment attorneys will promptly let you know whether your case qualifies for a consultation with one of our lawyers at one of our local offices.

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