San Diego Employment Lawyer

Employees in San Diego have rights. Unfortunately, there are times when employers violate the rights of their workers. When this happens, the Younglove Law Firm is standing by to help. Our San Diego employment law attorneys firmly believe in standing up for the rights of workers, and we are ready to help you with your case.

The Younglove Law Firm has the employment law experience that you need

  • The Younglove Law Firm has been helping clients handle San Diego employment law cases since 1997.
  • Our firm has a thorough understanding of California employment laws, and we are not afraid to take on aggressive employers to ensure our clients are treated fairly.
  • We take San Diego employment law cases on a contingency fee basis, which means our clients only pay legal fees after we secure the compensation they deserve.

Why is an attorney beneficial for employment law cases?

If you or somebody you care about are having issues with your employer regarding employment laws, you need to speak to an attorney about your case. Employment law issues are very technical and must be handled appropriately, or a case will be thrown out. There may be various laws that you may have to contend with, including the California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) and Title VII of the federal Civil Rights Act (Title VII).

An attorney can use their resources to:

  • Conduct a complete investigation into your case to determine what happened and whether or not a violation of employment law occurred.
  • Work with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) or the Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) in California in an effort to reach a resolution for your claim.
  • Be ready to file a lawsuit in civil court if those agencies fail to provide a successful remedy for your case.
  • Negotiate with every party involved in order to reach a fair settlement on your behalf.

Types of employment law cases we handle in San Diego

Employment law cases arise in various ways in the San Diego area. Workers have rights, and employers who violate these rights can be held liable in civil court. At the Younglove Law Firm, our San Diego employment law lawyers regularly help clients handle a variety of employment law matters, including the following:

There are various deadlines in place for wronged employees who need to take action against their employers. This can include deadlines as short as 180 or 300 days, depending on which federal or state agency will be tasked with handling the case. For some employment law issues, employees may have up to two years to file their claims. To gain a thorough understanding of which deadlines apply for your case, please speak to a San Diego employment law attorney as soon as possible.

Contact our team for a confidential consultation today

If you or a loved one have been wronged by your employer, contact the team at the Younglove Law Firm for assistance with your case today. Our team will conduct a complete investigation into the matter so we can obtain the justice and compensation you are entitled to. When you need a San Diego employment law attorney, you can contact us for a confidential consultation of your case by clicking here.