Hershey Law: Leading Workplace Attorneys in San Diego, CA
Employees have the right to be treated fairly and equally in the workplace, regardless of the position they are in and other protected characteristics. Yet, every day, San Diego workers are subject to harassment, discrimination, retaliation, and wrongful termination.
At Hershey Law, we fight for workplace equality for California employees who have been mistreated by their employers. Our astute San Diego labor lawyers have successfully recovered over $1.5 million in compensation for our clients. They have the experience to help you get justice and compensatory benefits for damages you’ve suffered due to your negligent employer.
San Diego’s Attorneys Handling Workplace Rights Violations
Workplace rights, in the language of the law, are your rights as an employee protected by California labor laws. Hershey Law is at the forefront of workplace or labor law litigation in San Diego and across the state.
It is our employment law firm that holds employers and other organizations accountable for their unethical behavior towards their employees.
With keen insight, we tackle cases of sexual harassment, ensuring you receive justice and workplaces remain respectful.
Workplace discrimination, be it on the grounds of race, national origin, age, or any other facet, is met with our determined advocacy.
Whether denied overtime, unpaid breaks, or below-minimum wage payments, we make sure your employer pays every dollar they owe to you.
If you have been retaliated against, you can trust in our expertise to shield and champion your employment law claim.
Every single day, our employment attorneys get into the good and necessary trouble to help responsible San Diego employees like you get justice under the law. Whether you are looking for accountability because you were sexually harassed or want your employer to take full ownership of specific employment law issues, our San Diego employment lawyers are here to help you throughout the legal journey.
Empathy, Experience, Results: What Makes Hershey Law Different?
At Hershey Law, our mission is to provide more than just legal representation; we aim to be pillars of support for our clients during their most challenging times.
Recognizing the financial challenges you may face, we operate on a contingency basis. Our goals align with yours, and we are invested in your success to ensure that our compensation is tied to positive outcomes in your case.
Our seasoned San Diego employment attorneys have been named to the SuperLawyers Rising Stars list and are consistently celebrated in the legal community. These honors reflect our commitment to maintaining the highest standards of practice.
Every case is different, and so is every individual. During the free consultation, our legal counsel sits with you to understand the situation and the kind of outcome you are looking for. You are not just a case number for us but a valued person deserving respect and understanding.
Unwavering Ethical Standards
At the heart of Hershey Law is an unyielding commitment to ethics. We ensure that every case we handle, every advice we give, and every representation we make uphold the highest standards of integrity and professionalism.
Book a Free Consultation Today With Our San Diego Employment Lawyer
When unfair treatment at the workplace jeopardizes your ability to perform your roles diligently, it may feel like there is nowhere to turn. But Hershey Law is here to make things right by achieving a favorable outcome for you.
Our employment law attorney in San Diego builds a strong case to ensure your rights are upheld and justice is secured. Call us at 310-929-2190 for a free case evaluation, and get backed by California’s most reliable lawyers.
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.