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Pleasanton Employment Attorney

Pleasanton Employment Attorney Protecting the Rights of Workers

Employees in Pleasanton and elsewhere in the Tri-Valley deserve to have quality legal representation when facing workplace violations. Workers can pursue compensation under California and federal laws when employers fail to pay wages in full, engage in discrimination, target them for retaliation or behave in other unlawful ways. If you have been mistreated at work, Erlich Law Firm is here to help you.

Workplace Violations in Pleasanton

Kaiser Permanente, Oracle, Safeway, Macy’s and Clorox are some of the major employers located in Pleasanton. Along with large corporations, the city is also home to smaller employers. Many of Pleasanton’s more than 81,000 residents work in the East Bay suburb, while others commute there to earn a living. 

All workers in Pleasanton and throughout the Bay Area are protected under California and federal labor laws. Unfortunately, many employers try to take advantage of employees who may not fully understand their rights.

Employment attorney Jason Erlich is dedicated to standing up for workers experiencing a wide range of employment law issues. Erlich Law Firm helps employees get just compensation in many different types of cases, including:

Sexual harassment
Wage and hour violations
Wrongful termination
Disability discrimination
Age discrimination
Medical leave violations

How a Pleasanton Employment Attorney Can Help

Going through an employment dispute is a stressful experience, especially when it involves dealing with your employer. Companies are typically armed with teams of lawyers fighting for their interests. When you hire an employment lawyer, you boost your chances of being taken seriously and getting a successful outcome.

If your rights were violated, you could be entitled to damages. An experienced Pleasanton employment attorney can negotiate a settlement with your employer and even file a lawsuit in court if no agreement is reached. The legal process is also likely to be less overwhelming when you know that your case is in the hands of a capable lawyer.

Why Hire Erlich Law Firm?

Jason Erlich has more than 20 years of experience holding employers accountable for their unlawful actions against employees. He is dedicated to protecting the rights of workers in Pleasanton and across the East Bay. 

Erlich Law Firm only takes on cases from employees, not employers. Jason represents clients in many different types of employment disputes, including class actions.

When you choose Erlich Law Firm, you will get top-notch service and guidance throughout the legal process. You can expect a personalized approach that always prioritizes your best interests, something that large law firms often lack. The goal is to hold your employer accountable and get you the compensation you deserve so that you can move forward with your life.

Call for a Free Case Evaluation

If you have been wrongfully terminated, denied overtime, discriminated against or subject to any other workplace violations in Pleasanton, you may be able to recover damages. You can also get your employer to stop their unlawful employment practices. Contact the experienced Pleasanton employment attorneys at Erlich Law Firm today to get started.

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My parents were heavily involved in community organizing. Seeing neighbors and friends’ parents struggle in the workplace gave me a sense of purpose that I wanted to help others. Many employees feel helpless and powerless in the workplace, and helping them vindicate their rights is the right thing to do.

- Jason Erlich

Client testimonials

Jason took the time to explain and guide me through the challenging process, and went the extra steps in consistently providing guidance and putting my concerns and questions high on their list.

Jeff V., Oakland

When employees' legal rights are violated, we take time to explain their legal options, listen to their goals, and aggressively argue their case until we achieve the resolution they deserve.

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