Riverside Employment Law Attorney

If you’re experiencing discrimination or harassment at work, you probably want to reach out to an experienced employment attorney at your earliest convenience. The employment laws and filing deadlines in California can be somewhat confusing, but an attorney can help you with this. If you ever need assistance with employment issues, from sexual harassment to unpaid overtime, don’t hesitate to reach out to us.

We have been helping employees with workplace issues for decades. Contact the office of Sessions & Kimball through our online contact form or call (949) 380-0900 to speak to a Riverside employment lawyer today.

Why You Should Work With Sessions & Kimball For Your Employment Law Case

Navigating an employment law case can be complex and taxing, which is why you need experienced attorneys by your side. There are several compelling reasons why we should be your first choice:

Proven Track Record: Since 1985, we’ve been representing employees helping them to realize their rights under the legal system. In that time, we’ve successfully recovered millions of dollars for our clients.

Well-Established Reputation: Our firm’s strong reputation carries weight even among opposing attorneys – a testament to our formidable expertise that they refer friends to us.

Dedicated Client Service: With us handling your case, you’ll feel assured knowing the most capable hands are advocating for your best interest with unwavering dedication.

Your struggle deserves nothing short of comprehensive and aggressive representation – don’t settle for less. Contact us today to schedule a free consultation.

What A Riverside Employment Law Attorney Will Do For You

If you’re having problems with your Riverside employer, it makes sense to contact an employment law attorney for assistance. When you find a qualified firm, they’ll know exactly what to do. They can help you in the following ways:

  1. Case Review

    The first thing a lawyer will do once you contact them is discussed your case with you. They should offer a free case evaluation. They will determine if they believe you have a viable case or not. If they believe that you do, they’ll walk you through the next steps.

  2. Determining Statute Of Limitations

    One of the most important issues that your lawyer will have to deal with determining the statute of limitations. This is the deadline for when you have to file your lawsuit. If you miss the deadline, you might not be able to recover any compensation at all.

  3. File

    In most cases, you will have to file a claim with certain government agencies and obtain a right-to-sue notice before you can actually file a lawsuit. If a lawyer decides to take your case, they will know the process, and they will take care of this for you.

  4. Obtain Evidence/Discovery

    Once your case is filed, your lawyer will discuss what evidence you need to obtain and other pieces of discovery that they will request from the defendant. This might include emails, texts, employment contracts, other internal work documents, and more.

  5. Depositions

    Additionally, your lawyer will interview and take depositions from the defendant and other possible witnesses regarding the unlawful behavior that they engaged in.

  6. Negotiate

    Most employment law cases are settled before they actually go to trial. It’s crucial to find an attorney who is a skilled negotiator. You don’t want someone who will just take the first offer they get. You want to make sure that the lawyer you choose is experienced and knows how to negotiate but isn’t afraid to go to trial if necessary.

  7. Trial

    If a settlement cannot be reached, you want to make sure you have an employment law attorney who isn’t afraid to go to court. Find a firm with a proven track record of success. There are many intricacies involved in the trial process, so having someone experienced is critical.

Issues an Employment Law Attorney Handles

Employment law plays an integral role in maintaining fair and respectful workplaces. It covers a wide range of issues, ensuring employee rights are upheld and abuses are addressed effectively. Here are some common issues an employment law attorney handles: 

Discrimination in the Workplace

Federal laws such as Title VII of the Civil Rights Act forbid discrimination based on protected characteristics like race, gender, age or religion at the workplace. Employment attorneys help victims assert their rights by filing complaints with appropriate agencies or pursuing lawsuits when needed.

Wage and Hour Laws

These regulations govern minimum wage thresholds and overtime compensation among other pay-related factors under the Fair Labor Standards Act. Legal intervention can help protect workers who have been denied rightful compensation.

Workplace Safety and Health

The Occupational Safety and Health Act created the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) to ensure employers provide safe workplaces. Employment lawyers often handle cases where there are safety violations or after work-related injuries due to employer negligence.

Family and Medical Leave

Under The Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), employees can take unpaid leave for certain family or medical situations without fearing job loss. Lawyers specialized in this area help workers understand their rights under FMLA, addressing possible violations from employers, like denying leave or failing to hold their job for when they return.

Wrongful Termination

If an employee is terminated due to discriminatory reasons, retaliation, or in violation of labor laws, it may qualify as wrongful termination. In such circumstances, employment law attorneys can guide you on the paths for redress, including lodging complaints and filing lawsuits against offending employers if necessary.

Whistleblower Protections

Whistleblowing occurs when employees expose illegal or unethical conduct within their organization. Given the potential backlash from employers, there are laws in place to protect whistleblowers.

These protection laws like The Whistleblower Protection Act of 1989 forbid retaliation through adverse employment actions such as dismissal, demotion, or harassment against those who report misconduct.

Identifying potential wrongdoing and finding the best path forward requires professional expertise, and employment lawyers take on this role to represent your interests.

Sessions & Kimball Is On Your Side

At Sessions & Kimball, our only goal is to help you deal with employee workplace issues that you’re facing. If you need a Riverside employment law attorney, we are always here to help. When you contact us, you receive the expertise of our entire firm because of our collaborative approach to cases. You’ll speak directly with an attorney instead of being screened by a non-attorney, which saves you time and energy.

Contact our Riverside law office by using our contact form or call us at (949) 380-0900 for a free case evaluation.