Inland Empire Employment Law

Inland Empire Employment Law

Inland Empire Employment Law

Inland Empire Employment Law

Attorney Alexander Napolin is an employment law attorney focusing on Workers Compensation, Wrongful Termination and Wage and Hour Cases, including wage and hour class actions. If you believe you need legal advice in these areas, Mr. Napolin will speak with you for a free legal consultation. He can be reached by either calling his office at 1 (909) 325-6032 or submitting a case evaluation form at www.WorkersCompLawyerIE.com. When you call, you speak directly with Inland Empire Employment Law Attorney Alexander D. Napolin. There is no obligation to hire Mr. Napolin just because you engage him for some free legal advice. So make sure you take advantage of this free and no obligation legal consultation to ensure that your rights are adequately protected. Do not hesitate! You can lose important legal rights by not engaging an attorney quickly because there are deadlines in employment law cases.

Workers Compensation Accident Injury, Inland Empire Employment Law

Workers Compensation law is a form of employment law on the basis that it involves the employer/employee relationship. Workers Compensation law defines the rights of workers who are injured in the course and scope of their employment duties. It is the exclusive remedy against the employer and lawsuits for negligence against the employer are prohibited in exchange for no fault workers comp coverage. Employers are mandated by law to carry workers compensation insurance. Failure to do so will require the employee to seek benefits from the uninsured employer compensation fund.

Wrongful Termination, Inland Empire Employment Law

Inland Empire Employment Law

Inland Empire Employment Law

California is an at will employment state, meaning that an employer may terminate an employee for any reason or no reason at all.  However, there are certain situations and circumstances that will result in an employer being held civilly liable for wrongful termination. Attorney Napolin is an experienced Wrongful Termination Lawyer located in Inland Empire, California.  He has the ability to provide a detailed evaluation of your case for free when you call him.

Employers could potentially be required to pay damages to an employee for wrongful termination if the firing is discriminatory, retaliatory in nature, in breach of an employment contract, or if the employee has been fired after:

 

  • Participating in a Whistleblower Action
  • Testifying against the Employer in any Legal Proceeding
  • Filing a Discrimination Complaint
  • Reporting a Wage or Overtime Violation
  • Reporting Illegal Activities
  • Filing a Sexual Harassment Complaint
  • Bringing an Action for Hostile Workplace Environment
  • Reporting a Family or Medical Leave Violation
  • Requesting Family or Medical Leave
  • Reporting an OSHA Violation

Wage and Hour Law, Inland Empire Employment Law

Workers' Compensation Attorney

Workers’ Compensation Attorney

Wage and hour law relates to proper payment to employees in exchange for their labor. There are laws that define what minimum compensation and rest periods are required in employment situations. These California laws are in place throughout California and in the Inland Empire to protect employees from abuse. When a company violates these laws, they can be sued for civil damages. In the event the company is violating wage and hour laws on a company wide scale, the employees of that company could be considered a class entitling them to file a class action. The time to protect your rights is now. If you believe that you are not being treated failure by your employer when it comes to wages, overtime, breaks or lunches, contact a Inland Empire employment law attorney Alexander Napolin who assists workers that want to address the following issues:

  • Failure to pay overtime
  • Failure to pay wages
  • Failure to give breaks
  • Failure to give lunches

No Recovery, No Fee Attorney

Should you choose to hire Attorney Napolin to pursue your case against your employer, you do not pay any fees unless you recover on your claim! That’s right, you pay nothing upfront to get a lawsuit going! And, since consultations are free and come with no obligation, there is no reason not to call just to get the advice that you need today. Get a trusted and experienced attorney on your side! Get Mr. Napolin on the phone today!

 

Originally posted 2014-08-07 23:58:29. Republished by Blog Post Promoter