Welcome to Ceartas Legal LLP. At Ceartas Legal, we possess extensive experience fighting to preserve and protect the rights of employees in La Mesa and throughout San Diego County.
Devoted exclusively to the representation of plaintiff employees, our employment attorneys provide highly knowledgeable legal counsel to individuals in a broad range of employment law matters.
Whether you have been the victim of sexual harassment, disability discrimination, workplace retaliation, or are engaged in a wage or overtime dispute, the employment law lawyers at Ceartas Legal have the skill required to help you obtain fair and just compensation.
Please contact employment law attorneys Greg Klawitter and Timothy Keegan at Ceartas Legal to make an appointment for a free, comprehensive consultation with one of La Mesa most well-
Employment law matters are taken on contingency. We do not charge you any legal fees unless we obtain a settlement or judgment on your behalf.
The Employment Attorneys at Ceartas Legal are seasoned negotiators. Every reasonable effort will be made to settle your case. However, if your current or former employer is unwilling to fully participate in settlement negotiations, our lawyers possess the experience required to take your case to court.
Former defendant employer lawyers, we understand the tactics that the other side will employ in an effort to prevent you from getting the justice you deserve. We use this unique knowledge to benefit our clients and help them obtain the maximum monetary compensation possible for the harms they have suffered.
At Ceartas Legal, our employment attorneys are pleased to offer representation in a wide variety of employment law matters, including but not limited to the following:
Knowledgeable legal counsel available to individuals who have been discriminated against in the workplace due to a physical or mental disability. Our employment law lawyers also represent disabled clients whose employers have refused to make reasonable workplace accommodations, thereby preventing them from either being able to perform work duties or obtain necessary medical care.
Contact a La Mesa employment lawyer at Ceartas Legal if you have been the victim of workplace retaliation after either taking or requesting leave, reporting illegal conduct by your employer, filing a workers compensation claim, or participating in any investigative or legal proceedings pertaining to your employer's actions.
California Law states that qualifying employees must be permitted to take family or medical leave upon request. Please be advised that under certain circumstances, your employer is permitted to ask for (and has the right to receive) verification from a physician setting forth the need for leave.
If your employer has wrongfully denied you the right to take Family Leave or Medical Leave, or has taken retaliatory actions against you as a result, please contact La Mesa employment lawyers at Ceartas Legal for a free, in-
If you've been the victim of sexual harassment in the workplace, the employment law attorneys at Ceartas Legal LLP can help you fight back! Sexual harassment includes a wide range of conduct, including the dissemination of sexually explicit material, threats for refusal to comply with demands for sexual favors, spreading rumors regarding an individual's sexuality or sexual activities, and unwelcome touching.
Whether you are currently involved in a wage or overtime dispute with your employer, believe that you have been the victim of employee misclassification or independent misclassification, or have been wrongfully denied meal or rest breaks, let our knowledgeable team of La Mesa employment law lawyers put our experience to work for you.
Whistleblower laws were put into effect to protect employees who step forward and report illegal or fraudulent activities carried out by their employers. Under both State & Federal law, employers are prohibited from retaliating against employees who exercise a legal right (including requesting or taking leave, filing for workers comp benefits after being injured on the job, reporting illegal conduct to the authorities, or providing testimony against their employer).
Retaliatory conduct includes but isn't limited to cutting hours, reducing pay, harassing the employee or encouraging others to do so, revoking employee benefits, and terminating employment.
Workplace Discrimination based upon an individual's race, age, religion, national origin, sexual orientation or gender is expressly forbidden under the law. Employers may be forced to pay extensive fines and monetary damages for engaging in discrimination, or refusing to take action against employees who are engaging in discriminatory conduct against their co-
Although California is an at-
The employment law lawyers at Ceartas Legal understand the stress our clients are experiencing when dealing with an employee / employer dispute. As a result, we fight aggressively to resolve your case as quickly and effectively as possible.
Proud to offer highly personalized legal representation, all client communications will be responded to in a timely manner and our La Mesa Employment Attorneys will keep you updated regarding the status of your case.
When you need answers from an employment lawyer who will listen to your needs and strive to ensure that you attain your goals, let the lawyers at Ceartas Legal put their experience to work for you.
If you've been the victim of employer misconduct, please call Ceartas Legal at (619) 819-
185 West F Street
San Diego, CA 92101
Timothy M. Keegan
Phone: (619) 819-
Fax: (619) 374-
Greg A. Klawitter
Phone: (619) 819-
Fax: (619) 374-
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