California’s Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) aims to protect citizens, including employees in San Diego, from the effects of discrimination. If your employer discriminated against you, they may have violated the FEHA and you may hold them civilly liable for doing so.
You may receive compensation for any damages that your employer has caused. San Diego Fair Employment and Housing Act lawyer is ready to review your case and fight for the justice you deserve.
Any employer in San Diego with five or more full-time or part-time employees must abide by the Fair Employment and Housing Act. If you qualify as an employee at a business subject to FEHA guidelines, anti-discrimination, anti-harassment, and anti-retaliation statutes may protect you.
In addition to employees, the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) explains that, under certain circumstances, FEHA statutes may protect:
You may have reason to pursue a lawsuit, even if you’re not technically an employee of a company in San Diego.
If you need to file a complaint, talk to a Fair Employment House Act attorney at Haeggquist & Eck, LLP who can help.
or contact us online
to schedule a free initial case evaluation.
Damages vary from one FEHA lawsuit to the next.
We’ll evaluate each of your damages, which may include:
Damages are extremely personal. We’ll work with you to identify all of your recoverable losses. We’ll then calculate the cost of each damage and work towards a fair settlement or judgment.
The attorneys at Haeggquist & Eck spend much of their time focused on employment law cases. We have done intensive research into FEHA-specific issues, and we’ve won settlements and judgments for clients who had cases similar to yours.
We generally assist FEHA plaintiffs by:
Your case probably will not go to trial—only a small percentage of civil cases do. However, the team at Haeggquist & Eck will have only one goal for your case: to secure the compensation you deserve. If this means that we must take your case to trial, we won’t hesitate.
You can focus on your well-being by allowing us to lead your case. While it’s crucial that you secure the justice you deserve, handling your case without an attorney can compromise your health and your case’s success. Let us help.
Many FEHA plaintiffs pursue legal action during financial hardship—they’ve been unjustly terminated, passed over for a job, deprived of a promotion, or face other circumstances that cause financial strain. We understand this, and we ensure that hiring our firm adds no additional stress.
The attorneys at Haeggquist & Eck work for contingency fees. This means that:
Our concern is getting justice for you. That’s why we take the financial risk in handling cases like yours.
Do not wait to contact the San Diego Fair Employment Housing Act Attorneys on our team. We may have a brief window to file your case, and we’ll get to work as soon as possible.
Complete your FREE case evaluation first contact us online or call Haeggquist & Eck today at (619) 342-8000.
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!