Does My Case Qualify?

Does My Case Qualify?

Getting information about whether your employer has committed a California labor law violation can be daunting and frustrating. You feel victim to discrimination, sexual harassment or wrongful termination and the idea of building a case against your current or former employer seems overwhelming.

A Free Consultation Will Help You Determine If You Qualify

You don’t have to fight them alone. Let the experienced attorneys at Johnson Attorneys Group represent you and give you the best fighting chance possible in your case. To know if your situation qualifies, give our firm a call to schedule a FREE consultation. We will take the time to listen to your situation, understand your frustrations and tell you right then and there what your next steps will be.

Answers to Common Employment Law California Questions


My Employer Isn’t Giving Me Time with My Newborn. Can I Fight This?

Under the Family and Medical Leave Act, federal law dictates specific guidelines to allow for growing families to have time with their children and time to recover after a pregnancy. If you feel your employer is violating the FMLA, you owe it to yourself and your family to get professional legal help. We are the leading attorneys in employer law and we will fight to get you the time you need with your family.

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I Feel I’m Being Discriminated Against. How Do I Know?

The law outlines very specific characteristics that are protected from harassment. If you believe you are being harassed on the basis of race, gender, age, sexual orientation or religion, it’s time to pick up the phone and call our office for a consultation. Discrimination is a serious crime and you do not have to take it any longer. Call us today for a FREE consult to understand your rights under the law.

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I Am Disabled and My Employer Doesn’t Help Me. What Can I Do?

Every employer in California is REQUIRED to make accommodations for various disabilities in California. The American Disabilities Act outlines specific guidelines for this and if your employer is not providing you the tools you need to do your job, they are breaking the law. Let our team at Johnson Attorneys Group stand by your side and fight back against unlawful behavior in the workplace.

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