When Fontana CA was first settled by Americans, agriculture was the core of the community. Locals raised chickens and grew grapes and citrus fruit. However, the community began to change as improved transportation such as Route 66 began to link California with the rest of the country. For example, one of only two steel mills ever built west of the Mississippi was set up in Fontana CA and provided jobs for many years. The steel mill is closed now, but there are still plenty of jobs in Fontana CA’s shipping and trucking industries. If your rights have been violated in a Fontana CA workplace, you can turn to the experienced employment law attorneys at Perona, Langer, Beck, Serbin and Harrison for help. We are passionate about workers’ rights, and you can count on us for top-quality advice and representation whether you have been the victim of discrimination, harassment, retaliation, wrongful termination, workers’ compensation violations, or medical leave violations. We will help you get the compensation you deserve.