The ADA mandates that employers make reasonable accommodations for employees with disabilities, including cancer. Accommodations may include flexible work hours, modified duties, or adjustments to the work environment to support employees during and after treatment.
The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) allows eligible employees to take up to 12 weeks of unpaid leave per year for serious health conditions, including cancer treatment. During FMLA leave, employers are generally required to maintain health insurance and restore employees to their original or equivalent positions upon their return.
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Privacy and Confidentiality
Employers are obligated to keep medical information confidential and separate from regular personnel files. The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and the ADA have provisions to protect the privacy of employees’ health information.
Workplace Culture and Support
A supportive workplace culture can significantly impact an employee’s experience. Employers should foster an environment where employees feel comfortable discussing their needs and challenges related to cancer.
Concerns about job security during and after cancer treatment can be significant. It’s essential for individuals to understand their rights under the ADA, FMLA, and other relevant laws to ensure job protection.
Long-Term Disability Insurance
Some employees may have long-term disability insurance that provides income replacement if they are unable to work due to a serious medical condition. Understanding the terms and coverage of disability insurance is important.
Standing Strong for Cancer Discrimination and Employment Rights
It’s crucial for individuals with cancer to communicate openly with their employers, seek information about available resources, and understand their rights under relevant laws. Employers can play a significant role in creating a supportive and inclusive workplace for employees facing cancer-related challenges.
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Generally, in wrongful termination cases, we can recover economic damages (back and front pay – i.e. the amount you have lost because you’ve been unable to work), emotional distress damages, reinstatement, and attorneys’ fees and costs. For wage and hour cases, we can recover your unpaid wages, meal and rest period penalties, other Labor Code penalties, attorneys’ fees, and costs.
We understand that even talking to a lawyer is new for most people, and pursuing legal claims may seem anxiety-inducing. But you are not alone. We limit the number of clients we take, unlike most firms, so we could provide you individualized attention because every person and every case is different. You will be represented by compassionate attorneys who will guide you every step of the process. We will explain step by step what we will be doing and you won’t feel like you’re being left out of the process.
Yes! We are employment law experts who may be able to identify issues which non-legal eyes may not notice.
We have recovered money for our clients over 99% of the time.
Yes! We represent employees throughout California.
Your employer cannot retaliate against you for exercising your legal rights. We can help protect you from losing your job. Every person’s situation is different so we will provide you with individual, step-by-step instructions on what to do.
No. For everyone’s health and safety because of Covid-19, it is unnecessary to physically meet with us. We are technology-forward and can do everything remotely, including client meetings, depositions, and mediations. We represent clients from all over California.
Nope, it is completely free.
Yes! You don’t have to pay us anything for our time or the costs we advance until we win. We understand that most employees cannot pay for the best legal representation, especially after losing their job. Financial concerns should be the last thing on your mind. This is why we remove all of the financial risks to you.
No. We have a very high win rate. But if we are unable to recover money, then you don’t owe us anything whatsoever for our fees or costs. Simple as that.
What sets the trusted labor and employment law attorneys in Los Angeles, California apart from the rest?
Labor Law PC is a leading law firm that specializes in representing employees who have been victims of unlawful labor and employment practices. Our team of skilled attorneys is dedicated to protecting the rights of employees in Los Angeles, CA, and throughout California. We provide expert legal advice and representation in cases involving wrongful termination, sexual harassment, retaliation, and discrimination.
If you are facing any of these employment issues, it is crucial to seek immediate legal assistance. Labor Law PC is here to help you understand your rights and fight for the justice you deserve. We have extensive experience in handling complex labor and employment cases and have successfully represented numerous clients in obtaining favorable outcomes.
Expert Legal Advice on Leaves of Absences and Severance Agreements
Labor Law PC’s attorneys are well-versed in the intricacies of labor and employment law. We provide expert legal advice on various topics, including leaves of absences such as disability, pregnancy, PDL (Pregnancy Disability Leave), and FMLA (Family and Medical Leave Act). Our goal is to ensure that your rights are protected during these critical times and that you receive the necessary accommodations and benefits you are entitled to.
If you have been offered a severance or a separation agreement, it is essential to consult with Labor Law PC before making any decisions. Our experienced attorneys will review the terms of the agreement and help you understand its implications. We can also negotiate on your behalf to secure a better severance amount, ensuring that you are fairly compensated for your losses.
No Financial Risk with Labor Law PC
At Labor Law PC, we understand that financial concerns should not be an obstacle to seeking the best legal representation. That’s why we offer a free initial consultation to evaluate your case and provide you with the necessary guidance. We work on a contingency fee basis, meaning you don’t pay any fees unless we win your case. Additionally, we advance all costs associated with your case, so you won’t face any financial risk by retaining our services.
Trusted Representation Throughout California
While our law firm is based in Santa Monica, we proudly represent employees throughout California. Whether you are located in Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego, or any other surrounding city, we are here to fight for your rights. Our extensive knowledge of California labor and employment laws enables us to provide effective representation tailored to your specific needs.
Danny Yadidsion is a successful attorney who has been practicing labor and employment law for 15 years. Danny is a published author and has won many awards, including being repeatedly recognized by SuperLawyers as a Southern California Rising Star (placing him in the top 2.5% of all lawyers) and Lead Counsel.
Danny has won numerous cases, favorably negotiated excellent settlements, and certified a class of over 10,000 employees. Since founding Labor Law, Danny has recovered millions of dollars for his clients, including numerous settlements in the seven and high six-figures. He has also appeared on KABC to provide his expert opinion on employment issues.