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Pool Time Is Here: Learn How You Can Stay Safe

Posted on: May 22, 2017

Summer is just around the corner, which makes it all the more important to brush up on pool safety tips — especially if you have your own pool. Spring is officially here, and with warmer temperatures upon us, many friends, relatives and neighbors are opening up their pools. You might even be opening up your […] read more →

How the Law Protects You from Age Discrimination

Posted on: May 15, 2017

Age discrimination protection only applies to employees over the age of 40. It’s a common complaint among employees of all ages: they feel like they have been discriminated against because of their age. Perhaps a recent college grad thinks that nobody takes him seriously because he is too young, or an older employee believes that […] read more →

Can I Get Workers’ Compensation for a Repetitive Motion Injury?

Posted on: May 10, 2017

An injury that develops over time from doing the same work repeatedly may qualify for workers’ compensation. When most people think about workers’ compensation, they likely consider catastrophic accidents, like a forklift backing over a warehouse worker’s foot, a construction worker falling from scaffolding or a machinist losing a limb. While these type of injuries […] read more →

Why Having an Attorney at a SSDI Hearing Is So Important

Posted on: May 6, 2017

An attorney can help you be approved for benefits. The process of obtaining Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits can be a long one, and incredibly confusing for most people.  There are multiple steps involved in the process, beginning with filing the initial claim for benefits.  Only a third of all claims are approved at […] read more →

How California Protects LGBTQ Employees from Workplace Discrimination

Posted on: May 4, 2017

California is one of just 17 states that forbids gender identity discrimination. Across the nation, the topic of gender identity has been in the news quite a bit, with some states looking to pass laws prevent transgender students and adults from using the restroom of their choice.   Beyond the bathroom issue, there is a question […] read more →

What You Should Do If You Suspect Nursing Home Abuse

Posted on: April 20, 2017

An elder abuse attorney can help your loved one obtain justice if they have suffered abuse. In the United States, we have been fortunate to live in an era of medical advances, allowing many people to live into their 80’s and beyond. However, with an increased life expectancy often comes a dilemma: how do we […] read more →

California Restricts Employers from Using Criminal History in Employment Decisions

Posted on: April 17, 2017

New regulations will prevent employers from discriminating against certain job seekers. 2017 brings good news for certain California job seekers with criminal records, as new regulations will make it even harder for employers to discriminate against job candidates and employees on the basis of criminal history if the person in question belongs to a protected […] read more →

Will Nursing Home Reform Reduce Elder Abuse?

Posted on: April 14, 2017

New federal regulations may help to curb nursing home abuse. Across the United States, elder abuse is a massive problem — and it continues to be grow. Elder abuse can take many forms, from physical and sexual abuse, to emotional or mental abuse and even financial exploitation. Older Americans may be particularly vulnerable to different […] read more →

How a New Ruling Protects LGBTQ Rights in the Workplace

Posted on: April 12, 2017

Title VII of Civil Rights Act protects against discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation. In the past month, two federal courts of appeals have issued rulings that are big victories for gay and lesbian employees who have suffered discrimination in the workplace. These court rulings stand for the proposition that Title VII of the […] read more →

Filing a Wage and Hour Claim Against Your Employer

Posted on: April 10, 2017

Federal and state laws set standards for minimum wage, overtime pay, and more. Across the United States, most employees enjoy a number of protections in the workplace. This includes the right to receive a fair wage for the work that they perform, and a prohibition against making employees work overtime without being paid appropriately. Both […] read more →

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