Retaliation Against Employees For Wages and Overtime Reporting 2017-06-07T22:40:02+00:00

EXPERIENCED EMPLOYMENT LAW ATTORNEYS | Haeggquist & Eck, LLP

If you have been treated differently or detrimentally because you have reported underpayment of overtime or wages to authorities, it is important that you contact a San Diego labor lawyer first before taking any action against your employer. An experienced lawyer will provide you with important professional advice as to what to say and what not to say to your employer, to protect your legal rights. If your employer has a procedure in place for dealing with these complaints, your lawyer will review it to determine how you should proceed.

HAVE EXPERIENCED LABOR LAWYERS ON YOUR SIDE

The San Diego employment lawyers at Haeggquist & Eck are dedicated to protecting the rights of workers in California who have suffered from retaliation after reporting unfair wage and/or overtime practices. If you have reported your employer to the Department of Labor or testified in court against the company, and your employer has terminated you, suspended you, demoted you, reduced your hours, reduced your pay, created a hostile work environment, or denied you any benefit available to other employees, then you may be entitled to compensation. Not only is retaliation against the law, it is ethically reprehensible.

YOU HAVE A LEGAL RIGHT TO A NON-HOSTILE WORK ENVIRONMENT IN CALIFORNIA

To protect your interests and avoid making a mistake that might compromise your case, contact our caring and hard-working lawyers. We will apply our years of knowledge and experience on your behalf to secure your right to fairness and justice in the workplace. Call Haeggquist & Eck, LLP today to get the facts, information, resources, and professional guidance you need in your fight for a fair and reasonable working environment, with just compensation for your work and the respect that is the right of every worker in California.

There is never a cost to you for an initial case evaluation, and we may be able to accept your case on a contingency fee basis so you will never have any out-of-pocket expenses.