Employment Class Action Lawsuits Attorney in San Diego
You Can Help Others Hold an Employer Accountable
When more than one employee is subjected to mistreatment at work, a class action brought against their employer can help them seek justice through compensation and other penalties against the employer. Depending upon how widespread the discrimination, harassment, or another form of workplace mistreatment is, a class action in employment law can impact a small office of several employees to thousands of workers.
At Haeggquist & Eck, LLP, our experienced lawyers not only regularly help clients handle employment law challenges on the individual level, but we can represent a class action against an employer who has wronged a group of employees all in the same manner. There is no minimum number of employees who can bring a class action forward, but the more there are, the stronger the odds are of succeeding and receiving fair and just compensation.
If you think an unlawful business practice or action you’re experiencing at work is impacting others, contact Haeggquist & Eck, LLP online or call (619) 468-5222 today for help. Our employment class action lawsuit attorneys in San Diego can help you challenge an employer and hold them accountable.
What Can Become a Class Action in Employment Law?
Nearly any matter in employment law can become a class action lawsuit if it affects more than one employee. The more employees with identical experiences with unlawful practices of conduct, the better chances a class action will have of succeeding.
Employment class actions can be based on issues such as following and much more:
The San Diego employment class action lawsuit attorneys at Haeggquist & Eck, LLP can help if you and other employees are experiencing any of these or other kinds of workplace mistreatment. You may not be aware that an issue at work you’re experiencing is illegal or impacting others, but our attorneys can help you understand your rights and move forward.
Contact a Haeggquist & Eck, LLP attorney today to speak about your concerns with your employer in a safe environment that values your confidentiality.
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