At the Leichter Law Firm, APC, the Los Angeles employment law attorney, Aryeh Leichter, knows that sometimes it is difficult to understand when rights have been violated in the California workplace.

Fortunately, speaking with a skilled attorney during a free consultation can help protect your rights and provide the guidance necessary to enforce potential legal issues.

Here are some scenarios where speaking with an employment law attorney who can help is recommended.

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When You Should Seek Legal Guidance from a California Employment Law Attorney

  • You are Experiencing Discrimination or Harassment

If you have experienced discrimination or harassment based on race, gender, age, disability, sexual orientation, or other protected characteristics, an employment law attorney can help you understand your rights and options for addressing the situation.

If you have concerns about unpaid wages, overtime violations, meal and rest break issues, or other wage and hour disputes, an attorney can help you navigate California labor laws and pursue appropriate remedies.

  • You Have Been Wrongfully Terminated

It is essential to consult an attorney if you believe you were terminated unjustly or for illegal reasons, such as discrimination, retaliation, or breach of an employment contract. They can assess the circumstances and advise you on potential legal action.

  • You Have a Retaliation Claim

If you faced adverse employment actions in retaliation for exercising your rights, such as reporting workplace violations, speaking up about discrimination, or participating in legal proceedings, an attorney can guide you on potential claims.

  • You Employer Fails to Provide the Necessary Accommodations for Disabilities

If you have a disability and are not receiving reasonable accommodations in the workplace or face discrimination based on your disability, an attorney can assist you in asserting your rights under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and California state laws.

  • You Have Family and Medical Leave Issues

If you face family and medical-related challenges, such as denial of leave or retaliation for taking leave, as afforded by the Family Medical Leave Act or California Family Rights Act (CFRA) employee leave laws, consulting with an attorney can help you understand your rights and pursue the legal remedy that is right for you.

Contact Our Employment Law Attorney for Help Today

Contact Aryeh Leichter, the Leichter Law Firm, APC founder, and employment law attorney in Los Angeles County today to discuss the legal remedies that may be available for your unique workplace circumstances, starting with a free consultation by calling (818)-915-6624 or contacting the firm online. He can assess the specific details of your situation and provide personalized advice on protecting your rights and navigating potential legal challenges.

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