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San Bernardino Labor Attorney Serving in Rancho Cucamonga

Upholding the Law & Defending Clients Since 1976

At The Law Offices of John D. Lueck, our labor attorney is committed to upholding the laws outlined by the state of California with precision and success. Our firm understands that these laws are in place for the protection of employees and any violation can cause devastating injuries or even death to the employee. With over 40 years of in-depth experience, our law firm fights for our clients’ rights in the court of law while helping them fully understand the process along the way. You will never have to traverse the legal system alone when our experienced and dedicated attorney is by your side.

Free consultations are available at our firm and our talented labor attorney can help you understand the laws your employer must abide by and how a violation can affect you in the long term. Our diligent and committed approach to our clients’ treatment and safety in the workplace is second to none. We work hard to ensure each of our clients receives the high-quality legal services they need and deserve. No two labor law cases are alike and our lawyer understands the focus it takes to uncover the intricacies of each so we can represent our clients effectively.

Contact us online or call us at 909-484-1963 to schedule a free consultation for your employment law issue.

How Does Labor Law Affect You?

At Law Offices of John D. Lueck, we want everyone in the state of California to understand that as an employee, labor laws affect their every action while they occupy their position in the workplace. Whether you are an agricultural worker or chef, dental assistant or hair stylist, your workplace must be safe, you must earn a fair wage, and your hours must not exceed the standards written in the guidelines for your profession without proper compensation.

Categories of labor law include, but are not limited to:

  • Benefits
  • Child labor
  • Class action
  • Discrimination
  • Family medical leave act
  • Harassment
  • Minimum wage
  • Occupational health & safety (OSHA)
  • Overtime wages
  • Prevailing wage
  • Termination
  • Unemployment
  • Working Time

Connecting with Qualified Representation

The Law Offices of John D. Lueck utilize the skill, education, and determination of one of the most experienced labor law attorneys available in the state of California. Our unmatched dedication to employees who have suffered at the hands of labor law violations allows us to deliver a strategic and qualified defense in the courtroom.

Our lawyer will leave no stone unturned in our investigation of your employer’s past and present working conditions. This allows us to provide the courts with full and complete evidence to hold the offending parties responsible for unlawful behavior. It is our duty to ensure that every company in San Bernardino treats its employees fairly at all times, without violating the statutes that exist for their protection.

If you believe your workplace is violating your rights or has even once done so, it is important that you contact our firm immediately to ensure your safety going forward. One minor oversight can disrupt a family’s ability to enjoy life when one of the main income earners is sidelined due to an injury. In addition, in some cases, employees are simply taken advantage of because they do not know how to interpret the laws that protect them. We are here to help you understand your rights and you are able to invoke those rights in a case against your employer. Not only will it allow your coworkers the same fair advantage, but you also might collect compensation as a result.

Contact Our Labor Law Attorney Today

Our dedicated labor attorney, John D. Lueck, wants clients to stand up for themselves with the help of our extensive legal capabilities. We are experienced and accomplished in defending employees of all occupations in labor law disputes.

If you or anyone you know has had their employment law rights violated, contact Law Offices of John D. Lueck for help today at 909-484-1963.

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