Age discrimination against individuals who are 40 years of age or older prohibited under Federal Law and California Employment Law. This means that an employer cannot fire, refuse to hire or subject an individual to adverse treatment at work simply because the individual is 40 years of age or older. Such discrimination is unlawful under the law, and a victim has the right to fight against this wrongdoing whether the act is covert or overt.
The employment law attorney at Playa Law Firm can advocate for your right to be protected against age discrimination at the workplace, wrongful termination and employment law violations of other kind. Our California employment lawyer is adept and experienced enough to fight for the justice and compensation that our hopeful clients seek.
Age Discrimination Lawyers in Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside and Ventura County
An employer does not have the right to fire his employees due to their age. California employment law has clearly chalked out its principles for age discrimination. Firing or demoting a long-serving and highly paid employee simply due to age is discrimination in the eyes of the law.
If you have been feeling victimized, you need to seek the help of a professional and experienced age discrimination lawyer/attorney at Playa Law Firm. Our Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside and Ventura County employment lawyer can speak with you regarding your situation. Once retained, our lawyer conducts a close examination of the available facts to determine a specialized strategy for a case, to build a strong case against the perpetrator and fight for justice for the victim.
Contact an Age Discrimination Lawyer in Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside and Ventura County today!
If your company is into downsizing and only older employees are being laid off or while younger employees are kept on or hired to replace older employees, then this is an indication for you to act! Get in touch with a qualified labor law attorney and she will have the best knowledge to fight for your rights to either take action to try to prevent such unwarranted layoffs in your workplace or to fight for compensation due to wrongful termination.