The dynamic between employer and employee is a sticky one. Because most workers in San Diego and across America rely on a paycheck to support their families, feed themselves, and work towards their goals and dreams, many are hesitant to complain about mistreatment.
Unfortunately, some employers continually take more and more or press the boundaries of fair treatment thinner and thinner, knowing that their employees are unlikely to speak out for fear of losing their jobs.You don’t have to be silent any longer. The San Diego Employment Class Action attorneys at Haeggquist & Eck fight for employees who experience mistreatment. In many cases, those employees deserve compensation for their damages, and you may deserve the same.
If you think an unlawful business practice or action you’re experiencing at work is impacting others, contact Haeggquist & Eck, LLP online or call (619) 342-8000 today for help. Our employment class action lawsuit attorneys in San Diego can help you challenge an employer and hold them accountable.
There are many examples of employees winning compensation because of mistreatment in the workplace, with employment class action lawsuits often involving:
Several cases where employers deprived employees of fair wages include:
If your employer has deprived you of fair wages, you may be entitled to financial recovery.
If an employer exposes any employee to an unacceptable risk of injury or death, they may be negligent. One prominent employment class-action lawsuit involves employees who experienced asbestos exposure and eventually developed mesothelioma.
If an employer discriminates based on age, gender, race, weight, or other factors, they may be liable for the victim’s damages.
Discrimination in the workplace may manifest as:
You might join a class-action lawsuit if you suffered these or any other forms of discrimination by your employer.
When numerous employees suffer sexual harassment because an employer failed to stop such conduct, they might file a class-action lawsuit against the company. Multiple victims can band together to seek justice for sexual harassment in their place of work, which provides compensation for harm and hopefully prevents future sexual harassment.
It is not acceptable for an employer to fire or otherwise retaliate against an employee who lodges a complaint or engages in other acts that the employer doesn’t like. If there is not just cause to fire an employee, then a terminated worker may choose to pursue compensation through a class action employment lawsuit.
There are other types of employment class action lawsuits. As an employee in San Diego, contact Haeggquist & Eck to discuss your circumstances. We’ll steer you towards any class action lawsuit you’re eligible to join.
Our team is ready to enter you into the right San Diego employment class action lawsuit for your case. Receive your free consultation today from Haeggquist & Eck by contacting us by email or calling (619) 342-8000. Don’t wait, because you don’t want to miss the deadline for enrolling in a class-action lawsuit.
Not only are they extremely knowledgeable and professional but they sincerely cared about my wellbeing and understood the severity of my circumstance
I am beyond grateful to Alreen Haeggquist and Jenna Rangel who represented my case. Not only are they extremely knowledgeable and professional but they sincerely cared about my wellbeing and understood the severity of my circumstance. As much as this path I was on was challenging, they tirelessly fought which gave me strength to carry me through. Their diligence, legal expertise and zealous advocacy led to a successful settlement and a new beginning to my life!