Employment Law Attorneys in San Francisco
Protecting California Workers from Workplace Misconduct
Employees should feel safe and able to focus on their tasks without worries of misconduct and discrimination in the workplace. In the state of California, there are laws put in place to protect employees from the unfair treatment they may receive from employers. Unfortunately, many people experience discrimination, harassment, retaliation, and/or other misconduct while at work.
Our San Francisco employment lawyers at Webber & Egbert Employment Law, P.C. represent many cases of unfair treatment of employees. Whether you have been wrongfully terminated based on discriminatory practices or face retaliation due to unwanted sexual harassment, our team of employment attorneys in San Francisco is ready to seek legal action against your employer.
In some cases California does have a statute of limitations, therefore it is of utmost importance to start the process to get you the compensation you deserve for your wrongful treatment. At Webber & Egbert Employment Law, P.C., we provide knowledgeable advice and guidance. Our team is ready to help at every step of your case, advocate on your behalf, and go above and beyond to make sure you get the best result possible in your case.
Hiring an employment law attorney is an important step for anyone who feels their rights have been violated in the workplace. If you’ve experienced discrimination, retaliation, harassment, or other workplace misconduct, our employment law attorneys in San Francisco are here to help.
San Francisco, CA Employment Law Services
At Webber & Egbert Employment Law, P.C., our employment law experts handle a wide range of workplace related issues throughout San Francisco and surrounding communities, including, but not limited to:
- Wrongful termination – when employment is terminated in violation of their employment contract, for exercising their legal rights, or discriminatory reasons
- Discrimination– when employees are subjected to an adverse treatment because of their age, gender, race, and or other characteristics protected by federal and state law
- Retaliation – when employees are victims of discriminatory behavior due to engaging in a protected activity
- Sexual harassment – when employees are the victims of unwelcome sexual conduct from owners, supervisors, coworkers, clients, and more
- Wage and hour – when employees do not receive fair pay from their employer according to state and federal law
- Whistleblower – when employees are retaliated against by their employer because they reported suspected violations of the law
- Family and Medical Leave Act – when employees are denied their right to federally protected unpaid leave or are retaliated against for taking leave
Contact Our Employment Law Attorneys in San Francisco Today
Webber & Egbert Employment Law, P.C. is ready to provide legal assistance to employees throughout the area. Our experienced team of employment law attorneys can help you fight back and secure the justice you deserve. Our firm has helped numerous employees find legal solutions for issues with employers who violate the law.
Our firm's San Francisco employment law attorneys are dedicated to fighting for favorable outcomes for our clients. If you or someone you know has suffered from discrimination, retaliation, and/or harassment in the workplace, please contact our experienced employment law attorneys in San Francisco to discuss your legal options.
Race Harassment & Discrimination
At a previous firm, Mr. Webber obtained a settlement on behalf of a single plaintiff against a large retailer where the plaintiff was subjected to offensive race harassment.
Quid Pro Quo Sexual Harassment
Harassment & Retaliation
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.
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.