1.Specialized in Employment Law: With a deep understanding of California employment laws, I offer expert guidance on issues such as wrongful termination, discrimination, and wage disputes.
2.Tailored Legal Solutions: Recognizing that every case is unique, I provide personalized legal strategies aligned with your specific situation, ensuring a comprehensive approach that meets your goals.
3.Assertive Advocacy: In the pursuit of justice, I am a staunch advocate for your rights. Whether negotiating settlements or litigating in court, your best interests remain my top priority.
1.Wrongful Termination Claims: If you believe you were unfairly terminated, I meticulously review your case, examining circumstances to determine if your termination violated any employment laws.
2.Discrimination Issues: Discrimination in the workplace is unlawful. I stand by your side to address any discrimination based on race, gender, age, disability, or other protected characteristics.
3.Wage and Hour Disputes: Ensuring fair compensation for your work is crucial. I assist in resolving wage disputes, overtime claims, and issues related to breaks and meal periods.
Facing workplace challenges can be daunting, but you don’t have to navigate them alone. Reach out to me, Seydi A. Morales, your dedicated Employment Lawyer in Los Angeles, for quick and right legal support. Let’s work together to protect your rights and achieve the justice you deserve.
Proving wrongful termination in California requires more than hearsay. You'll need physical evidence and witness testimony, including documentation of your firing and communications with your supervisor
Wrongful termination in California involves illegal firing, often due to discriminatory actions based on factors like age, disability, or pregnancy.
For instance, if an employee takes FMLA leave and is terminated upon return for taking the leave, stating it as the reason, it's an example of wrongful termination under the FMLA.
California employees have the right to receive the state minimum wage with few exceptions. Most non-exempt employees are entitled to paid 10-minute rest breaks for every four hours worked and an unpaid 30-minute meal break for every five hours worked.
Navigating complex rules, we offer confident answers to your workers’ comp queries, aiding your understanding of the process.Learn more
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