San Diego, CA Employment Lawyers

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In the state of California and across the nation, there are state and federal laws put in place to ensure just and safe work environments for all employees. This is to ensure fair treatment during the hiring process, duration of time spent at a company, and even firing process. Unfortunately there are many employers who do not oblige by these laws and create unfair, unsafe work environments where employees are often being taken advantage of. If you find yourself to be in a situation where your employer isn’t treating you fairly or you feel unsafe, your rights as an employee have been violated and your concerns are valid! At Southern California Attorneys, A.P.C. our San Diego employment lawyers will stand up to your employer and help you secure the compensation that you deserve. Call us for a free, confidential consultation today. 

Examples Of Employment Law Cases We Handle 

Unpaid Wages/Unpaid Overtime

Depending on what job you have, you may be eligible to receive overtime wages when you work above an 8 hour workday and 40 hour workweek. Unfortunately, employers in California frequently both knowingly and unknowingly withhold overtime pay from their employees. This is illegal and unjust. If you’ve worked above your standard 40 hour workweek, you are entitled to and should receive overtime wages. 


Workplace discrimination and harassment shouldn’t ever be a reality, but they are for many employees. Some employees are afraid to speak up because they either fear retaliation or are unfamiliar with what discrimination and harassment looks like. This keeps many employees from obtaining the legal help they need and securing compensation. When you are facing unfair or unequal treatment than that of your coworkers, you are being discriminated against. 

Workplace discrimination can look like, but is not limited to the following:

  • Racial discrimination 
  • Ethnic discrimination (nation of origin)
  • Discrimination based on ability/disability
  • Age discrimination 
  • Gender discrimination
  • Discrimination based on sexual orientation
  • Pregnancy discrimination 
  • Discrimination based on parental status

Wrongful Termination

Retaliation and discrimination are two of the main forms of wrongful termination. In California, employers are entitled to fire employees without cause, but they cannot terminate an employee on the basis of race, age, religion, sex, disability, parental status or other discriminatory reasons. If you’ve been fired, and you suspect that it was illegal, you do have options. Unfortunately, wrongful discrimination can be difficult to prove, which is why it is essential you have seasoned San Diego employment lawyers on your side who will hold unlawful employers accountable for their actions.

Ignoring Health & Safety 

Many employers will try to save themselves money by skipping out on ensuring that proper safety equipment and measures are put in place for employees. This unfortunately can put you in danger. Some examples of an unsafe work environment include blocked fire exits, lack of proper safety equipment, violation of safety equipment usage and more! 

We Can Help

If you find that your employer is underpaying you, discriminating against you, not prioritizing your safety, has wrongfully terminated you, or has otherwise infringed upon your rights in the workplace, we can help you make a strong case against them to recover compensation. There are no upfront legal fees required and we don’t speak to your employer until you’ve decided to move forward with us. Our San Diego employment lawyers will listen to your story, investigate your claims, and ensure you are aware of all of your options! 

About The Firm

Our team of attorneys has 60 years of combined legal experience, is made up of multilingual professionals, and is ranked in the top 10% of California law firms. We treat every client and case with the importance they deserve to develop strategic plans that work for them no matter how challenging their situation may be. 

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The San Diego employment lawyers at Southern California Attorneys, A.P.C. work on a contingency fee basis, meaning you don’t pay us if we don’t win your case. If and when we win, our legal fees are paid by your employee. This essentially makes our services to you free! When you call and schedule a consultation, it is not only free, but it is kept confidential! Your employer won’t know about your claims until you decide to move forward with us!

We know there are many undocumented workers in California who are wronged by employees everyday, that is why we take pride in the fact that our San Diego employment lawyers can protect them under the state employment laws. This gives immigrant workers the chance to obtain the legal representation they deserve without fear of deportation. 

Don’t wait! Call Southern California Attorneys, A.P.C. for a free, confidential consultation today with our San Diego employment lawyers. We will stand up for your rights!

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