The Los Angeles employment lawyers of Lim Law Group, P.C. provide aggressive legal representation to all employees involving a broad range of employment law and labor law disputes in Los Angeles as well as throughout California. We strategically and artfully negotiate settlements, meticulously counsel and represent employees who have been wronged, and if needed, spearhead each case to trial where we fight for employee rights. We strongly stand by our clients every step of the way. Our Los Angeles employment lawyers empower employees who have been wronged and victimized at the workplace.
At Lim Law Group, the employment lawyers specialize in the following areas:
- Wage and Hour/Over Time Pay
- Age Discrimination
- Disability Discrimination
- Religious Discrimination
- Sex/Gender Discrimination
- Sexual Harassment
- Worker’s Compensation
- Racial and National Origin Discrimination
In California, federal and state laws protect employees in their place of work. It is established law that employers cannot discriminate, retaliate, terminate, and/or harass any employee based on the following: race, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, religion, pregnancy, age, and disability to name a few. If you are in this protected class, you cannot be discriminated, terminated, demoted, laid off, or denied other opportunities and/or privileges based on your race, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, religion, pregnancy, age, and disability. If your employer has discriminated against you based on such factors, your employer has violated the law and you are entitled to legal remedies and compensation for your harm.
At Lim Law Group, our employment lawyers represent employees from all industries and professions who have suffered unlawful discrimination, unlawful termination, unfair treatment and retaliation at the workplace, as well as employees who have been laid off or forced to quit because they could no longer endure the unlawful conduct of their employers and/or mistreatment on the job.
Employment lawsuits can be tricky, as most cases are not clear-cut and because employers will rarely admit their wrongdoing. Therefore, employees must have proof that their unfair treatment and/or termination, discrimination, and/or retaliation was influenced by discriminatory bias or other unlawful motives. Evidence of employers’ conduct are often found in the remarks of supervisors, co-workers, past behavior, including a pattern of systematically targeting certain employees over others, and other witnesses. Workplace statistics are also strong indicators of employment law and labor law violations as well as workplace policies and/or practices that disparately treat or disparately impact employees of a certain group.
If you have fallen victim to workplace termination, harassment, discrimination, or retaliation, or have not been paid your wages, overtime pay, or given your legally entitled rest and meal breaks, you may be have a strong basis for a lawsuit.Contact Us Today
It is imperative that you contact our office immediately if you believe that your rights as an employee have been violated. There are strict deadlines that must be met when filing a lawsuit. For example under California law, employees must file with the Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) within one year of the discriminatory conduct. If you fail to do so, your claims may be time barred. Contact Lim Law Group, P.C. for a free case evaluation.