Employment Law

San Diego Employment Lawyer – Employment Attorneys San Diego

We believe that all employees deserve to be treated with respect and dignity. Everyone deserves a working environment in which their legal rights are honored and protected.

Are you afraid to go into work for fear of harassment? Are you concerned about the hostile treatment you have received at the hands of a co-worker? Have you suffered from workplace discrimination or retaliation after requesting to have regular lunch breaks and rest periods?

Picture of Employment Termination Letter on DeskFederal and state laws are in place to hold employers accountable for violating employees’ rights. When employers violate Federal or California employment laws, or take unfair advantage of their workers for their own personal gain, they should be held accountable. The Gould Firm stands up for employees who have been wronged and strives to hold employers accountable for their actions. If you have been underpaid, discriminated against, sexually harassed or wrongfully terminated you should speak to an experienced employment law attorney at The Gould Firm regarding your rights. If you have been the victim of an employment law violation, we can help. Our attorneys will respond with strong and vigorous legal action to get you the compensation and justice you deserve.

Representation in All Employment Law Matters

Our firm handles employment law matters of all types for employees throughout Southern California. These matters frequently involve claims based on wage and hour violations, wrongful termination, hostile work environment, workplace discrimination, racial and ethnic discrimination, racial harassment, disability discrimination, age discrimination, gender discrimination, pregnancy discrimination, sexual harassment, Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), whistleblower and Qui Tam claims, retaliation, and assistance with the negotiation of severance agreements. We use the law to achieve your goals and to obtain justice for the wrongs done to you by your employer.

If you have been the victim of your employer’s wrongful acts you should contact us today to discuss your claim. We frequently represent employees on a contingency basis, meaning that we do not charge an hourly rate, but instead, are paid by a percentage of the client’s recovery. The circumstances in which we will take an employment case on a contingency basis is discussed and agreed to during the initial client meeting. In some circumstances, we will also advance the costs of litigation. This means that the client may not have to spend money out-of-pocket to have the lawsuit proceed. In such a case is reimbursed out of the client’s recovery. This could include back pay, actual damages sustained, punitive damages, and attorney’s fees.

If you have specific questions we suggest you contact an experienced and aggressive employment attorney at The Gould Firm. Our firm offers a free initial 30-minute consultation to discuss the details of your case and answer any questions you may have.