Hershey Law- Experienced and Trial-Ready Employment Law Attorneys in Los Angeles, CA
As the top-rated law firm, Hershey Law focuses exclusively on a broad range of employment law cases in California. Our board-certified lawyers have years of collective experience representing employees in employment law matters involving retaliation, sexual harassment, wrongful termination, and more.
Working closely with Los Angeles employees victimized by their employers, we understand the toll unethical workplace practices can take. Our extensive expertise in state and federal employment laws provides you with the most efficient and tenacious representation you need to fight and win against big names.
The Right Time to Call Hershey Law for Your Employement-related Case is Now!
Complex workplace disputes are challenging, especially when employees lack knowledge of the state’s laws.
Are you wondering when to involve our Los Angeles employment attorneys in your case? Some incidents warrant immediate action and consulting our Los Angeles employment lawyers.
Hostile Working Conditions
Experiencing dangerous conditions or a lack of proper safety measures at work? Your safety should never be compromised. As per California’s Occupational Safety and Health Act (Cal/OSHA), a safe workplace is a right, not a privilege.
Unfair Treatment and Bias
If you have been mistreated due to race, gender, age, or any protected characteristic, it is time to stand up. The FEHA (California Fair Employment and Housing Act) protects all employees from workplace harassment. If you suspect you are a victim, document incidents and contact our Los Angeles employment attorney for guidance.
Prevalent Workplace Bullying
Whether it is a comment, a touch, or a pattern of behavior that makes you uncomfortable, no one should tolerate workplace harassment. The FEHA Act gives you the right to report harassment and claim damages.
Violation of State’s Minimum Wage Policy
The minimum wage in California is $15.50, and in some cities, it is around $16. If you receive less than the minimum wage or your employer is not paying you for working overtime, the Fair Labor Standards Act deems it illegal. If you have discrepancies in your payment, consult our attorney for wage and hour claims.
You have a case if you believe you have been a victim of false allegations or retaliation, and it impacted your financial or mental health. Every action that your employer takes against you must be lawful and just. And if it is not, you can file a complaint with our qualified employment law attorney.
We Help You Get the Closure You Need and Compensation You Deserve
Feeling targeted and unsafe in the workplace can be exhausting and should not be an option for you. Our employment and labor law attorneys can help relieve your stress by bringing closure to your legal issues.
Whether it is retaliation or a harassment employment law claim, we can resolve all workplace disputes. Hershey Law understands the tactics such employers play to stay at large from the punishments and penalties. And that is how we have successfully recovered more than $1.4 million in settlements for California employees.
No matter how big or influential your employer is, we vigorously fight for your rights to get you fair compensation and, above everything, justice.
Book a Free Consultation with Our Los Angeles Employment Lawyer Today
Do you want to report a workplace dispute that has affected you financially, mentally, or physically? Get in touch with our responsive labor attorneys at (310) 929-2190 for consultation.
Tell us what happened, and know how you can best hold the perpetrators accountable for their wrongdoings. From helping you recover the damages to reinstatement of your job, we strive to win the best awards for you.
Filing a case against your employer does not require paying thousands of dollars upfront, as we work on a contingency fee basis. Pay us when we win the case. Contact us for more details about our services.
Wage & Hour Disputes
Does your employer owe you unpaid wages? Are you not being paid for overtime? Perhaps you are fighting for the wages you are entitled to receive? Hershey Law in Los Angeles offers a deep understanding of employment law. Additional to wage and hour laws, lunch break law violations commonly occur in California.
Discrimination happens when an employer or supervisor treats one person differently than another based on protected characteristics such as race, color, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, religious beliefs, gender identity, and age. Gender discrimination can also be in the form of offering less pay to a woman.