Employment Law Attorneys in Rancho Cucamonga
Legal Advocacy for Employees Facing Unjust Workplace Environments – (909) 328-6101
The state of California has extended a series of rights and protections to the average Californian employee. There are also numerous employment based privileges that some employers grant to employees that are not actually defined by any sort of inalienable right. Understanding the differences between an employment right and a benefit can be understandably difficult and may require the guidance of a professional employment lawyer.
At Newman & Allen, the firm’s Rancho Cucamonga employment law attorneys make it easy for employees throughout the San Bernardino County to understand and protect themselves from unfair or illegal working conditions and employer behaviors. If you feel that your rights as a worker in California may have been violated, contact the firm right away. You can also dial (909) 328-6101 to request a free initial consultation.
Different Areas of Employment Law & Related Cases
The Rancho Cucamonga employment lawyers at Newman & Allen do not get intimidated by any foe. There is also no employment law case too big, too small, or too complex for the firm to manage. Rather than having to go to multiple law firms for legal help, clients can turn to Newman & Allen for all the guidance, representation, and legal protection they need in such difficult times.
Employees being discriminated against or harassed can find their voice with the firm’s help. Workers that have been given unfair wage or hour cuts can fight for compensation with Newman & Allen. Even whistleblowers that bravely reveal the wrongdoings of a company can depend on their employment attorneys.
Some types of employment law cases the firm can manage include:
- Discrimination, harassment, and/or retaliation for sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation.
- Discrimination, harassment, and/or retaliation for pregnancy and/or Family Care and Medical Leave.
- Discrimination, harassment, and/or retaliation for age, race, disability, natural origin, and religion.
- Other forms of wrongful termination cases defined by the California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) statutes.
Take On Your Employer with the Confidence Needed to Win – Call (909) 328-6101
You might feel like you are going uphill, or that your back is against the wall, when you decide you need to create an employment law case or file a dispute against your own employer. It can be understandably intimidating to take such a step. The firm’s Rancho Cucamonga employment law attorneys are here to ensure the scales of justice tip in your favor. You deserve to be treated with respect and have your rights upheld. You deserve the experience and insight of Newman & Allen.
Get a free case evaluation with the firm by filling out an online contact form today.