Experienced Workplace Retaliation Attorneys in San Bernardino
San Bernardino Workplace Retaliation Law Firm
We are employment law lawyers with a focus on handling employer retaliation claims. It is unfortunate that most individuals are afraid to report instances of discrimination, harassment, environmental, financial or similar employer violations due to their fear that the employer will retaliate against them. Accordingly, we are here to tell you that retaliation in the workplace is extremely unlawful and if you suffered such behavior to contact our offices as soon as you can to preserve your rights in seeking compensation from your employer. At Stephen Danz & Associates, our San Bernardino based attorneys may meet you at your convenience and have represented many of your local colleagues. Please note that we are an Employee-Side Exclusive Plaintiff’s Attorneys who have a collective of 40 years of experience. Our settlements typically achieve six figures and have satisfied employees throughout San Bernardino County. Call us today at 877-789-9707 to schedule a no-cost initial consultation about the facts underlying your case.
What is Employer Retaliation?
Within Employment Law, retaliation causes of action are typically tied to allegations of employment discrimination, sexual harassment, negative conduct against whistleblowers in qui tam claims, workers compensation claims, or violations of California’s Pregnancy and Medical leave acts. Once the employer takes any negative action against you for your participation in one of the above or other protective activities, you have a claim for retaliation. Common types of retaliation may come in the form of wrongful termination, termination, lay-off, none-promotion, compensation, benefits, transfer to less desirable location or task, or the allowance of a hostile work environment.
If Your Employer Is Found Guilty Of Retaliation…
If a court finds that your employer retaliated against you, you may receive compensation in the form of payment that you would have gotten without the retaliation, front pay which is pay that you would have received, benefits, job reinstatement (if requested), compensatory damages for your emotional stress, or even punitive damages in outrageous cases. Once you contact our office and meet with one of our attorneys, we will evaluate your case, investigate the facts, and represent you in order for you to achieve the maximum amount of compensation that you deserve and that the law allows.
Call Today for Free Consultation with a San Bernardino Retaliation Law Attorney
If you are a victim of wrongful termination or retaliation at work after voicing your protest against employer violations, you need attorneys who will fight for you and even the playing field. Let us help you by calling 877-789-9707 for a complimentary no-obligation consultation of your case. If you complete the Online Form, we will schedule a meeting with you at your convenience. Remember, our employees take cases on a contingency basis which means that you do not have to pay anything unless we achieve financial results for you.
What Makes Stephen Danz & Associates Better
Employment discrimination cases are some of the most common, and complex, types in California. They require attorneys that are well-versed in the laws and equipped with the experience and resources to gauge the exact limits of each fact pattern. The success of each case is dependent on, and the amount of compensation for lost wages, benefits, emotional harm, and other related damages is contingent upon the representation. Trust the specialized attorneys at Stephen Danz & Associates for a thorough understanding of your case and the proper application of the laws.
Under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (“Title VII”) and California’s Fair Employment and Housing Act (“FEHA”), a California employer may not terminate employees based on their membership in a protected group. These protected groups include age (over 40), disability, gender, marital status, religion, race, sexual orientation, pregnancy, national origin or ancestry, or medical condition.
Our specialized exclusively employee-side attorneys review the case with you at your convenience and remain involved until resolution. Often, this involves a review of the facts, request, and analysis of the evidence through subpoena, deposition of your supervisor and those involved in the decision-making, and many other resources that are well beyond the ability of smaller law firms.
Contact a Lawyer at Our San Bernardino Office Today
To truly evaluate whether your case qualifies as infringing on, or in violation of, federal or state laws, contact our office for an initial free consultation at (877)789-9707. At the conclusion of the legal consultation, our attorney will immediately let you know the strength of your case. We can also meet with you in person in San Bernardino and its surrounding areas.
San Bernardino Retaliation Attorneys
Retaliation is defined as an action by an employer, or someone acting on the employer’s behalf, against an employee who raised a concern. One common concern occurs when employees blow the whistle on corporations that federal or state violate statutes. Retaliation may appear in the form of harassment, intimidation, discrimination, demotion (or non-promotion), benefits, job assignment, or unlawful termination. Within whistleblowing under the False Claims Act, it is unlawful for employers to retaliate against employees who engage in protected whistleblower activity such as reporting violations to government authorities, testifying or giving statements as part of the investigation.
Laws Protecting Employees from Retaliation
There are many laws that protect employees from retaliation. Specifically, whistleblowers are protected against retaliation under the Deficit Reduction Act (“DRA”), False Claims Act (“FCA”), Fraud and Enforcement Recovery Act (“FERA”), and the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (“ACA”).
The FCA protects whistleblowers from retaliation by the employer such as terms and conditions of employment as a result of an employee, contractor or agent’s lawful act aimed to stop an FCA violation. Relief may include reinstatement, two times back pay, interest, special damages, litigation costs, and reasonable attorneys’ fees.
Title VII also prohibits employers from retaliating against employees based on their opposition to employment discrimination or the employees’ complaint of discrimination. Other types of anti-retaliation statutes are included in the Fair Employment and Housing Act and the Fair Labor Standards Act.
For a free consultation about your case, speak to our workplace retaliation attorneys in San Bernardino by calling us at 877-789-9707 today.
San Bernardino, CA92427, 92414, 92401
“We are very pleased to recommend the law firm, Stephen Danz & Associates, to address your employment-law needs. As highly satisfied clients, we have experienced firsthand the firm’s many benefits, with their work culminating in our receiving a $650,000 settlement from the University of California (UC) Regents.
Out attorney, Stephen Danz, provided us with personalized service and have been available to answer our questions. We could not have asked for more involved, more skilled, and more caring attorneys. Time after time, Mr. Danz has demonstrated a great understanding of our case and concerns and has helped us to address them in the most beneficial ways possible. We are delighted with how well the process proceeded and ecstatic about the outcome of our case.
For these reasons and a myriad of others, we strongly recommend Stephen Danz & Associates
– Paige Guthrie.”
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