Top-Rated Los Angeles Employment Attorneys
When it comes to seeking an employment attorney it can be daunting and overwhelming, and you might be confused as to whether your case falls under the duties of an employment attorney. Here at Miracle Mile Law Group, we specialize in employment law and offer our services for many practice areas. Below is a general overview of the types of practice areas we work in, and if you are enduring hardships as an employee that falls under our practice areas, we can pair you with a highly trained attorney to assist you with your case.
Why Hire Our Los Angeles Employment Attorneys To Represent Your Case
Miracle Mile Law Group is a plaintiff only employment law firm representing employees against their current or former employer. Our firm never represents employers. We have been true advocates for California’s workplace fairness. We understand that jobs are meaningful, rewarding, and provide income to meet everyday life. Our labor lawyers in Los Angeles take pride in responding to workers that are facing issues with any employer. Our employment law attorneys are here to represent you or a loved one against any employers violations of California labor code laws, such as wrongful termination cases, work discrimination (race, sexual orientation, gender, age), unpaid overtime pay, lost or unpaid wages, retaliation, whistleblower claims, sexual harassment – just to name a few of the types of labor law cases we handle. Our Los Angeles employment law firm is equipped with the resources needed to effectively win your case or you pay nothing!
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The Los Angeles employment attorneys at Miracle Mile Law Group will help you win your employment lawsuit no matter how small or large your case might be. Our firm is equipped tp do this in several ways:
- Do a detailed investigation
- Listen to your side of the story
- Speak to witnesses
- File a lawsuit if necessary
- Fight for you at trial if your employer refuses to settle
How Our Los Angeles Employment Lawyers Can Help You?
We understand there are a lot of employment lawyers in Los Angeles you can choose from. The experience, dedicated attention to detail, and our results is why our Los Angeles labor lawyers are set apart from the rest. By calling us today, you will experience
- Speaking to our Los Angeles employment attorney the same day
- You will receive a 100% free consultation regardless of your claim
- You will receive the maximized amount of benefits from your case
- NO OUT OF POCKET EXPENSES
The types of employment law cases we provide in Los Angeles:
- Contract Violations
- Disability Discrimination
- Gender Discrimination
- Pregnancy Discrimination
- Race Discrimination
- Religious Discrimination
- Sexual Harassment
- Unpaid Wage and Hour
- Whistleblower Protection
- Workplace Retaliation
- Wrongful Termination
Disability discrimination is an umbrella term for many discriminatory experiences you could be faced with as an employee. Disability discrimination law is meant to protect individuals from experiencing undue hardship and discrimination in the workforce due to any disability, injury, or characteristic that limits you from performing your job to the best of your ability. Some examples of disability discrimination in the workforce could be negative employment outcomes related to hiring, firing, pay, promotion, job benefits, and much more. In situations where individuals have a disability, their employers are required by law under the Americans with Disabilities Act to provide reasonable accommodations so that you can perform your best. However, when employers ignore these requests, they are breaking the law and practicing disability discrimination. If you have experienced disability discrimination in the workforce, you could be entitled to damages for your hardships.
Gender discrimination in the workforce can often go undetected by many people who experience it, so being able to recognize and understand what qualifies as gender discrimination can be a big asset to you in the workforce. Gender discrimination is defined as negative treatment or employment outcome based on your sex. Gender discrimination can be experienced by anyone but is primarily experienced by women. Gender discrimination can also come in the form of workplace sexual harassment. If your employer is not protecting your rights to a discrimination-free workplace, it’s possible for you to take legal action in order to protect your job, mental health, and physical wellbeing. If you think you have been the victim of workplace gender discrimination or workplace harassment, you could be entitled to damages and should speak with a lawyer from Miracle Mile Law Group to ensure your case is in the best hands.
Unfortunately, race discrimination in the workforce is more commonplace than many employers care to admit. Race discrimination in the workforce occurs when an employee experiences unfavorable or negative employment actions (like termination, demotion, removing benefits or pay, etc.) because of your race or any related characteristics. Race-related characteristics can include skin color, facial features, cultural practices, hair, and more. Experiencing race discrimination in the workplace can be hurtful and frustrating, and many people often feel helpless in these situations because they do not understand their legal protections. You are legally protected under federal law from experiencing race discrimination in the workplace. Race discrimination can be challenging to prove and can take a serious emotional toll on your wellbeing and having a skilled employment attorney by your side can relieve so much of the stress associated with these race discrimination cases.
Religious freedom is one of the key characteristics that the United States was founded on and is protected under the U.S. Constitution. However, religious discrimination still takes place in the workforce despite protection under law. Not only are you protected from religious discrimination in the workforce, but you are also entitled to reasonable accommodations for any religious observance you participate in. Religious discrimination can occur in many forms, including lesser pay, termination, denial of benefits or promotions based on your religious beliefs and practices. If you have experienced any of these negative employment outcomes and believe you are being discriminated against for your religious beliefs, it is incredibly important to contact a skilled employment lawyer who can help you navigate the process of filing a religious discrimination case and prove that you have been discriminated against.
Being fired from a job can be confusing, heartbreaking, and leave you feeling hopeless. These feelings can be amplified when you believe you were wrongfully terminated by your employer as a form of retaliation. Because most employees in the U.S. work at-will, an employer can fire you for any legal reason. This is considered being fired “for cause.” However, if the cause of your termination is misrepresented and you believe you were fired due to your gender, disability, pregnancy, injury, or any other unlawful reason, this is illegal. Wrongful termination can be hard to prove and often relies on written records as evidence of an unlawful cause for termination. Because of the complexity of these cases, it is essential that you find a skilled employee who can fairly represent you in a wrongful termination case against your employers.
An employment contract is a legally binding agreement between and employee and employer which provides the terms for employment. Employment contracts are highly beneficial in the employer-employee dynamic because it can often be a source of clarification during any disputes or misunderstandings. When this contract is violated, both employer and employee are held legally responsible for their actions. Contract violations include could apply to salary, benefits, vacation and sick leave, confidentiality agreements, dispute resolution, severance, etc. However, understanding the complexities of a legal employment contract can be challenging when you are not trained in employment law. Before you sign an employment contract or if you experience a breach of contract, consider consulting with an employment lawyer at Miracle Mile Law Group to guide you through the intricate process of making sure you are legally protected.
“Blowing the whistle” on your employer’s unethical or illegal actions can be terrifying. When you don’t understand your legal protections as a whistleblower, doing the right thing can be that much more daunting. Some examples of why whistleblowing occurs could be a violation of workplace safety laws, discrimination against a protected group, mishandling of funds, abuse of power, etc. Despite the fact that whistleblowers are protected by whistleblowing laws, employers could still take negative and illegal employment action against them (such as firing, demotion, pay cuts, etc.). As a whistleblower, you are awarded federal immunity against these illegal actions and your employers should be held legally accountable. If you believe you have unjustly experienced negative employment outcomes because you chose to do the right thing and whistle blow, seek an employment attorney as soon as possible to make sure you are properly represented and have the best support available.
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As someone who needed a employment attorney in Los Angeles, I was please to find the attorneys at Miracle Mile Law Group, My case needed immediate attention. I called a few places, waited a few day to hear back from the attorney before they can hear my case. I couldn’t wait. So upon calling Steven here, he answered right away and took my cases intake. Justin and Steven are personable, aggressive litigators and honest. If it wasn’t for them I wouldn’t know how my case would of been handled at another firm. Very thankful for them both.
Miracle Mile Law Group, Steven and Justin had represted me during my wrongful termination case. Wonderful customer service which is detailed and quick. They were so pleasant and knowledgeable when I contacted them, everything was straightforward and easy to understand. Unlike some other firms I spoke with, these guys pick up right away, and want to talk to you. Some other firms pass you through their secretary, take a message and it might be a whole week before they get back to you. Very helpful with any questions and concerns and I can’t thank them enough.