California Law Offers Powerful Protections To Employees. Know Your Rights And Take Control
Our jobs are our livelihood. They are how we care for our families, provide an education for our children, and save for the future. When the security a job provides is threatened by wrongful termination, illegal discrimination, retaliation or failure to pay wages or overtime, the impact is devastating – both financially and emotionally.
An Elite Law Firm Dedicated to Fighting for Employees
The Law Offices of Corbett H. Williams is committed to representing employees who experience mistreatment in the workplace. We have the experience and the resources to take on employers who can hire big defense firms whose sole purpose is making sure employees receive as little as possible for their claims.
Attorney Corbett H. Williams has years of experience litigating complex cases at some of the largest and most prestigious law firms in California and the United States and leverages that experience to level the playing field for employees. If you have experienced unlawful treatment at work, contact the Law Offices of Corbett H. Williams today.
Types of Employment Cases Our Orange County Firm Handles
California and federal employment laws exist to protect employees from wrongful employment practices. The Law Offices of Corbett H. Williams handles many types of employment matters, including:
California law protects employees from termination on the basis of a number of characteristics including an employee’s disability, pregnancy, gender, age, sexual orientation, political affiliation religion and national origin, or protesting or reporting violations of California employment law such as discrimination, harassment, wage and hour violations and unsafe work conditions, or filing a worker’s compensation claim.
Sexual harassment comes in many forms and isn’t always about sex, but can be about a person’s gender, sexual orientation, or sexual identity. It can include unwanted touching, sexual slurs, jokes, or comments, displaying inappropriate pictures or other materials, persistent leering, and sending unwanted sexual emails or text messages.
California law provides broad protections for employees who report illegal activity in the workplace. When an employee “blows the whistle” and reports activity or conduct that the employee has reason to believe is against the law, the employer is prohibited from taking retaliatory action against the employee.
Contact Us Today For A Free Case Evaluation
If you have been sexually harassed, wrongfully terminated, discriminated against, or not paid all your wages, the Law Offices of Corbett H. Williams can help. Call us today at 949-679-9909 or take a moment to fill out the online contact form for a prompt response from the firm. Delay could result in the loss of your claim, so don’t wait.
The Law of Offices of Corbett H. Williams is always prepared to get clients started down the road to a more secure future. Take the first step and contact the firm today. The attorney will take care to answer questions and help decide what the most effective next step can be.