Dedicated to Protecting Employees' Rights in California
At Levin & Nalbandyan, LLP, our Los Angeles employment law attorneys are highly effective in a variety of practice areas. From workers’ compensation to employment law violations, our lawyers have recovered millions of dollars on behalf of injured and mistreated clients.
Whether you were injured on the job or are a victim of workplace discrimination, sexual harassment, or a wage/hour dispute, our team of Los Angeles employment law advocates at Levin & Nalbandyan, LLP can help.
Backed by years of experience and a passion for helping people in need, we will provide you with the strong representation you deserve. You can count on us to guide you through every stage of the legal process while making sure your rights are protected.
$1,100,000 $1.1 MILLION FOR WRONGFUL TERMINATION BECAUSE OF SICK SON
$1,010,000 $1.01 MILLION FOR WRONGFULLY TERMINATED DISABLED WORKER
$775,000 $775,000 FOR EMPLOYEE FIRED WHILE ON A PREGNANCY RELATED LEAVE OF ABSENCE
$375,000 $375,000 FOR EMPLOYEE NOT ALLOWED TO RETURN TO WORK AFTER BRIEF MEDICAL LEAVE
$315,000 $315,000 TO RESTAURANT EMPLOYEES FOR OFF THE CLOCK WORK
$300,000 $300,000 FOR EMPLOYEE FIRED FOR HAVING PERMANENT DISABILITY
$300,000 $300,000 FOR PERMANENTLY DISABLE EMPLOYEE
$300,000 $300,000 FOR MISSED LUNCH BREAKS AND TERMINATION BASED ON EYE CONDITION (DISABILITY)
$285,000 $285,000 FOR SEXUAL HARASSMENT
$150,000 $150,000 FOR EMPLOYEE FIRED AFTER REQUESTING TIME OFF TO NURSE AN INJURY
Fighting Workplace Sexual Harassment
If you are experiencing sexual harassment in the workplace in California, you can file a lawsuit against the harasser, prove that their actions have legally constituted harassment, and seek compensation for the damages you have suffered.
There are two primary ways to legally prove that you are a victim of sexual harassment: “quid pro quo” and “hostile work environment”. Quid pro quo occurs when a superior demands favors of a sexual nature in return for various benefits, including job security, money and gifts, promotions, and more. A single instance of quid pro quo sexual harassment will lead to liability.
To show that there is a hostile work environment, a victim of sexual harassment needs to prove that the harassment has been pervasive and severe, and it can either be verbal or physical. You should contact a skilled employee rights lawyer in Los Angeles immediately since the statute of limitations for these types of cases is generally one year from the date of the last illegal act.
Call (213) 267-3640 today for a free consultation.
Individuals who have been wrongfully terminated may sue the employer that fired them and possibly recover compensation in the process.
Being wrongfully terminated means that one was fired for illegal reasons, including:
- A breach of an employment agreement
- Retaliation for complaining about safe working conditions
- Retaliation for allegations of discrimination
- A failure to comply with wage and hour laws
For these types of cases, there is generally a one-year statute of limitations, so it is important to contact an experienced employee rights attorney in Los Angeles right away.
We take cases on contingency, which means you don’t pay us unless we win!