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California employment law is complicated, and it’s important for workers to understand their rights and know when to contact an attorney. These answers to common questions should help you know where to start.

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California courts have held that unlawful motivations for termination, including firings due to pregnancy leave, medical leave, or refusing to work in unsafe working conditions, are violations of public policy.

If you believe that you have been unjustly fired, you may have the right to file a wrongful termination claim against your former employer.

Some industries are known for continuously mischaracterizing their employees as independent contractors to avoid paying overtime, medical benefits, or even the legally required minimum wage.

California employees are entitled to file lawsuits against their employers for damages caused as a result of being misclassified as an independent contractor, which often includes all illegally withheld wages and benefits.

Unpaid overtime is the most frequent type of California Labor Board claim that Baker Law Group, LLP, takes on.

California law requires that employees receive “time and a half” pay for working more than 8 hours in a day or more than 40 hours per week, and employees in the state can initiate a California labor board claim or file a lawsuit against their employer for damages caused by the failure to properly compensate them for overtime.

Cases Taken On Contingency

We do not charge for an initial consultation, and Baker Law Group, LLP, takes most wrongful termination cases on contingency, meaning you don’t pay until you win. When you contact Baker Law Group, LLP, we can tell you if a contingency fee structure is right for your case.