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This law firm was extremely helpful and successful in my case. In a matter of 7 months they were able to settle my case! Joshua, Ariella, Vedang, and Iona were my attorneys and Aaron were extremely helpful in my case, always responsive and helped with any questions I had about my case. I was turned down by a few other law firms but this law firm took me seriously and won! I’m very satisfied with all of their services.

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They will always answer your calls and call you with updates to keep you informed. I had the pleasure of working with many of them and they are all great individuals. Bibiyan Law Group won two of the two cases I had with them and I’m pretty happy with them. I would recommend you give them a call.

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Super nice people. I opened a case with them and it took a while like most cases do but they made it very easy for me. I basically just told them what happened and they handled everything until the case closed while updating me in between and answering questions if I had any. Thank you!

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Bibiyan Law Group was by far a great choice to make for my wrongful termination lawsuit. They kept me in the loop with all the details and supported me along the way until I received my settlement. Thank you for everything. Would recommend!

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Exemplars of Case Results

Millions Recovered for Employees Each Year

$8,000,000 In a class action for unpaid wages against an industrial packaging company
$5,500,000 In a class action for unpaid wages against a government services contractor
$4,500,000 In a wage and hour class action for unpaid wages against a cleaning company

What Types of Employees Do California Wage Laws Protect?

California’s unpaid wages laws protect a wide range of employees, ensuring they receive their rightful compensation for their labor. Employees covered under unpaid wage laws include:

  • Hourly workers,
  • Salaried employees,
  • Independent contractors,
  • Tipped employees,
  • Temporary and seasonal workers, and
  • Undocumented workers.

These protections ensure that all workers, regardless of their employment status, receive fair compensation for their work. It is also essential to ensure you take the necessary steps to protect your interests in a compensation dispute.

Attorney Tips
Document Hours Keep detailed records of all hours worked, breaks taken, and overtime hours.

What Should I Do If I Have a Compensation Dispute with My Employer?

If you are embroiled in an employment dispute with your California employer, taking the following steps is crucial to protect your rights and seek a fair resolution:

  • Document all information. Keep detailed records of your employment, including pay stubs, emails, contracts, and any incidents related to the dispute. This documentation can be invaluable in building your case.
  • Consult an attorney. Contact a California unpaid wages attorney early in the process. An experienced employment attorney can assess your situation, explain your rights, and guide you through the legal process.
  • File a complaint. Depending on the nature of your dispute, you may need to file a complaint with the appropriate agency, such as the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) for discrimination claims or the California Labor Commissioner’s Office for wage disputes.
  • Engage in mediation or negotiation. You can resolve disputes through mediation or negotiation. Your unpaid wage attorney can represent your interests and find a favorable settlement.
  • Prepare for litigation. If you cannot resolve your claim through negotiation, your attorney can help you initiate a lawsuit. One of the wage claim attorneys at our office can gather evidence, prepare your case, and represent you in court if necessary.
  • Understand retaliation protections. Be aware that California law prohibits employer retaliation for asserting your rights. If you face retaliation, document it and inform your attorney.

Remember that employment disputes in California can be complex, and the specific steps may vary depending on the nature of your case. The complex nature of these claims can also impact what you can recover from a wage dispute.

Attorney Tips
Review Pay Stubs Regularly check pay stubs for accuracy in wages, overtime pay, and deductions.

What Can I Recover from My Employer in an Unpaid Wage Dispute?

In an unpaid wage dispute under California law, you can recover various forms of compensation and damages owed to you by your employer, including:

  • Unpaid wages—includes regular wages, overtime, or minimum wage;
  • Meal and rest break penalties—additional pay for missed required meal and rest breaks;
  • Waiting time penalties—unpaid wages due at the time of termination;
  • Liquidate damages—potentially double the unpaid wages owed;
  • Interest—accrued as a result of unpaid wages;
  • Attorney’s fees and costs—legal fees associated with your claim, and
  • Punitive damages—additional damages for willful wage violations.

To better understand what you can get and to seek the most money for damages under California law, it’s essential to talk to a skilled employment lawyer who knows the ins and outs of the different types of unpaid wage claim cases.

Attorney Tips
Communicate Address any wage discrepancies with your employer directly and promptly.

Frequently Asked Questions

What Should I Do If I Suspect My Employer Is Not Paying Me Correctly or Withholding My Wages?

If you believe your employer is paying you incorrectly, the first step is to keep accurate records of your work hours and pay. Discuss the issue with your employer to seek clarification or resolution. If the problem persists, consult an employment attorney in Los Angeles to assess your situation and guide you on filing a wage claim.

Can I Be Fired or Retaliated Against for Trying to Recover My Unpaid Wages?

California law prohibits employers from retaliating against employees who assert their wage rights. If you face retaliation for seeking unpaid wages, you may have legal grounds to file a retaliation claim. It’s essential to document any adverse actions your employer takes and consult with an attorney to protect your rights.

Is Your California Employer Wrongfully Withholding Your Wages?

If you are an employee in California and believe your employer is unlawfully withholding your hard-earned wages, you must understand your legal options. At Tomorrow Law™, we’ve assembled a dedicated team of California unpaid wages lawyers who are committed to helping workers obtain what’s rightfully theirs. We take great pride in holding employers accountable for all employment violations, including wage and hour violations. Call Tomorrow Law™ today to learn more and to schedule a free consultation. You can also connect with an attorney by completing our online contact form.

We Hold Employers Accountable.
We Are Here For You.

Tomorrow Law is devoted to recovering the wages you are owed, and compensating you for any loss that your employer has caused. A legal expert from our Los Angeles law firm can get your case started with a free initial consultation today. Our contingency fee basis ensures that you will never pay out-of-pocket; that is, you do not have to pay any fees unless you win or recover compensation.

Don’t wait – there are statutes of limitations, or time restrictions, on these types of legal matters. Contact the team at Tomorrow Law at (323) 675-2374.

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