Escondido Employment Law Attorneys at Jackson Law offer skilled and experienced legal representation for plaintiff employees involved in a wide range of employment disputes. If you are looking for an Escondido Pay Dispute Lawyer, Wrongful Termination Attorney, Meal Break Lawyer, Disability Discrimination Attorney, Independent Contractor Misclassification Lawyer, Employment Discrimination Attorney, Federal Employee Attorney, or Sexual Harassment Lawyer, contact our office today. We have over four decades of experience aggressively fighting for employees’ rights against former employers, current employers, or any potential workplace.
Our knowledgeable Employment Attorneys achieve justice for clients like you by obtaining the financial compensation which can help you get back on your feet. From our offices in far north San Diego, we serve clients who reside and work in the Escondido area, in San Diego County, and throughout California. We are members of both the National Employment Lawyers Association and the California Employment Lawyers Association.
Whether your dispute is against a large, Fortune 500-
If you have found yourself involved in an employment dispute, you’ll need the skills of a trusted Escondido Employment Attorney. Contact our office at 858-
The Jackson Law Firm accepts many employment dispute cases on a contingency fee basis. If you need an evening or weekend appointment, contact our experienced Employment Law Attorney, Pay Dispute Lawyer, Rest Break Attorney, Pay Dispute Attorneys, Employee Misclassification Lawyer, and Independent Contractor Misclassification Attorney.
As experienced Escondido Employment Law Lawyers, we represent all types of employees. Our clients include corporate executives, federal employees, food service workers, and laborers.
Our Employment Lawyers provide advice and counsel to clients and companies, giving advice, reviewing settlement contracts, and negotiating severance contracts. Our focus is on obtaining high dollar compensation for clients in many employment disputes, including those involving Independent Contractor / Employee Misclassification, Rest Break / Meal Period Disputes, Pay / Overtime Violations, Disability Discrimination / Disability Accommodation Issues, Sexual Harassment, Employment Discrimination, and Federal Employees.
Has your employer refused to pay overtime? Is your employer taking the tips designated for servers and wait staff? Is your employer compensating you inconsistently, and not on time? These situations describe violations of the law, and our experienced Pay Dispute Lawyers and Overtime Dispute Attorneys can provide skilled guidance for your situation.
An employer is required to properly compensate employees for the hours worked. Overtime pay is 1.5 times the rate of regular pay, and must be paid when the employee exceeds 8 hours daily or 40 weekly. Additionally, an employer cannot interfere with tips intended for staff. Workers must be compensated on time, and within 72 hours of leaving employment. If your employer is violating the law, and you are involved in a pay and overtime dispute, contact our experienced Overtime Dispute Lawyers and Escondido Pay Dispute Attorneys at Jackson Law today.
If your employer denies you the appropriate breaks during a shift, you may have a meal period and rest break dispute. Have you been taking lunch while still working in order to be available in the office? Have you been asked to take a shorter lunch, or has your lunch been split into smaller periods, one early and one late in the day? If so, you should consult with a Meal Break Attorney and Rest Break Lawyer at Jackson Law. We can recover your missed breaks and the compensation you deserve after your rights have been violated at work.
As Independent Contractor Misclassification Attorneys and Employee Misclassification Lawyers, we fight for employees’ rights against employers who try to take unfair advantages. Sometimes employers intentionally misclassify employees under “exempt” or “salaried” positions, or the employee is classified as being an “independent contractor.” The employer would benefit in this situation by avoiding certain costs of overtime and benefit payments. Even if you are paid a regular salary, your duties are what define your work classification. Discuss your situation with our Escondido Employment Lawyers if your position falls into this area and may be misclassified.
At Jackson Law, our Escondido Wrongful Termination Attorneys, Employment Law Lawyers, Overtime Dispute Attorneys, Meal Break Lawyers, and Misclassification Attorneys work zealously to help employees achieve justice in employment law disputes.
Since 1974, we have been protecting our clients’ rights because of unjust treatment by their employer. Call Jackson Law today and talk to an Escondido Employment Law Attorney, Wrongful Termination Lawyer, Disability Discrimination Lawyer, Disability Accommodation Attorney, Federal Employee Lawyer, Employment Discrimination Lawyer, or Sexual Harassment Attorney.
You are invited to submit our Employment Law Case Evaluation Form. After our experienced Employment Law Attorney reviews the material, we will get in contact with you to arrange for a personal consultation. For immediate assistance, call 858-
To arrive at our offices from Escondido, begin heading north on N. Broadway toward W. Crest St. Turn left onto the 78 West and merge on the 15 freeway South. Travel for about 15 miles and exit Mira Mesa Blvd. Turn right. Stay straight to continue on Sorrento Valley Road. Our office is about one mile down, on the right, at 10951 Sorrento Valley Road.
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10951 Sorrento Valley Rd.
San Diego, CA 92121
Phone: (858) 552-
Fax: (858) 552-