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Dedicated Visalia Lawyers For Employee Rights

California workers deserve a safe work environment and are guaranteed certain rights in the workplace. If those rights are violated by unlawful acts by the employer, including discrimination, harassment or retaliation, employees have the right to take legal action. These cases have a statute of limitation, however, which means it is in your best interests to file a claim as soon as possible. An experienced employee rights lawyer can help you through the claims process.

If you are facing violations to your employment rights, contact the Law Offices of Melo and Sarsfield, LLP. In our employment law practice, we focus on advocating for employees for claims of unlawful discrimination, harassment, retaliation and other issues. We have the experience and knowledge to take on employers of all sizes and types.

Offering Representation And Advocacy For Employment Law Claims

We can assist with a wide range of employment law claims, including those pertaining to the following:

  • Employment discrimination based on race, religion, age, sex, disability, etc.
  • Workplace harassment
  • Retaliation after reporting wrongdoing
  • Retaliation or employer interference in collective bargaining or union activity
  • Unlawful acts against government employees

Our Visalia attorneys will fight for your right to compensation against your employer, taking your case to court if necessary to obtain fair and just recovery on your behalf.

Don't Wait To Protect Your Right To Compensation

The sooner you hire an attorney, the sooner he or she can begin fighting for your rights against your employer. Call our law firm at 877-505-2024 or by sending an online message to discuss your case. Initial consultations are free and we offer evening, weekend and off-site appointments upon request.

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