If you or a family member has been working without being paid California minimum wages, you may have a potential lawsuit against your employer. V. James DeSimone is a Los Angeles minimum wage violations attorney who’s been serving Southern California since 1985 and has recovered significant verdicts & settlements for his clients. We have a team of highly experienced employment and civil rights attorneys who have handled cases involving:
California, Los Angeles County and the City of Los Angeles have specific minimum wage laws set up to protect employees from employers who might take advantage of them by failing to pay the legal minimum wage. If an employer is in Los Angeles County, or the City of Los Angeles they must abide by specific law:
* A California bill which would increase fast food worker wages to $22.00 an hour was passed and was aimed to be implemented on January 1, 2023. However, this is currently on hold due to a temporary restraining order and the matter will be heard on January 13, 2023 in Sacramento.
If you, or if you and your co-workers as a group have not been paid the legal minimum wage as set forth by the State of California or Los Angeles County, you may be eligible to recover lost compensation and possibly a punitive award. The attorneys at V. James DeSimone Law have worked with clients in LA, Orange County, San Bernardino and Riverside and we’d like to discuss the details of your employment and pay history today. Call us today at (310) 693-5561 to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation.
When you need the highest quality counsel to protect your rights as worker, our team is here and ready to help. You can trust that you will always have direct access to your attorney so you can express any concerns you may have. V. James DeSimone is a Los Angeles employment lawyer that has the experience to represent your needs.
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