Sacramento Employment Law

Sacramento Breach of Contract Attorneys

Protecting Employees Involved in Breach of Contract Disputes in California

Employment contracts are legally binding agreements that help define the relationship between employers and employees. Employment contracts cover issues including but not limited to the following:

  • Job Information (Job Description, Employee Title and Classification, Skill and Education Requirements, Department Assignment)
  • Salary and Benefits Information (401K, Time Off, Bonus Structure)
  • Privacy Policy and Confidentiality Agreement
  • Termination and Severance Information

A breach of contract occurs when two parties have a contract with one another and one or both parties do not comply with the terms of that contract in some way. In some cases, employees breach employment contracts, and in other instances, employers break contracts. In either case, there can be serious ramifications for breaching the contract.

At Webber & Egbert Employment Law, P.C., we have been successfully helping employees fight for their rights for years. Our experienced employment lawyers have an in-depth understanding of California’s legal system, employment law, and breach of contract law. As our case results prove, whatever legal hurdles you’re facing, we have the knowledge and skills to help you overcome them.

To speak with our experienced breach of contract lawyers in Sacramento, CA, give us a call at (916) 262-7006 or reach out to us online today to schedule a free confidential consultation. We work on a contingency fee basis, meaning we only get paid if we recover money for you.

Types of Breach of Contract

There are two main types of breach of contract. There is a major breach of contract, which involves a complete failure, without a valid excuse, to fulfill the terms of the contract. Generally, an employment contract is considered unsalvageable after a major breach. There is also a minor breach of contract. Minor breaches of contract are less severe than major breaches. In some cases, a minor breach can be condoned or forgiven.

Damages for Breach of Contract

In California, employees can often recover damages if their employer is proven to have breached their employment contract. One type of damages employees can recover is expectation damages. An example of expectation damages is when employees recover damages for wrongful termination. In some cases, the employees are awarded damages for the salary they would’ve been expected to earn if they hadn’t been wrongfully terminated.

  • Physical Disability Discrimination

    $350,000

  • Harassment & Retaliation

    $1,000,000

  • FEHA Retaliation

    $350,000

  • Employment - Race Harassment

    Webber & Egbert Employment Law, P.C. obtained a settlement of $725,000 on behalf of an employee who was subjected to race harassment at work.

    $725,000

  • Employment - Race Harassment

    At a previous firm, Mr. Webber obtained a settlement on behalf of a single plaintiff against a defendant where the plaintiff was subjected to offensive race harassment.

    $475,000

Schedule a Free Confidential Consultation to Discuss Your Situation with Our Experienced Breach of Contract Lawyers

Whether you’ve been accused of breaching your employment contract or your employer’s breach of contract has left you scrambling to figure out what to do next, Webber & Egbert Employment Law, P.C. is here for you and ready to help.

Our breach of contract lawyers are dedicated to protecting worker rights and helping employees fight for what they deserve. No matter the size of your employer, we’re ready to advocate for you, and we won’t rest until we’ve explored every legal option to help you secure the most favorable outcome for your situation. With your worthy cause and our experience and knowledge, there’s no limit to what we can do.

For more information about Webber & Egbert Employment Law, P.C., and what our employment lawyers can do for you, read our clients’ reviews.

If you need help with a situation involving breach of contract, call Webber & Egbert Employment Law, P.C. at (916) 262-7006 or contact us online today to set up a free confidential consultation. Our Sacramento breach of contract attorneys are here to help!

Sacramento Employment Attorneys We Fight For Those Who Have Been Wronged

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