Experienced Solana Beach Employment Attorney Ready To Serve You
John Dalton is an experienced Solana Beach employment lawyer. He understands that your claim may deal with very sensitive matters, and he will fight for you. John prides himself on providing clients not only with professional and competent representation but with compassionate representation that gets results.
Our firm has secured some of the largest settlements and verdicts for clients in California over the past few decades. With his years of experience in the field, John Dalton is an employment lawyer that you can rely on. When you call our firm, you can trust that you will get an attorney, not a receptionist or a paralegal. You will get the aggressive representation that will give you the support you need to win your case. Contact us today.
Types of Cases We Handle
If you are looking for a Solana Beach employment law lawyer to assist you in filing your claim, contact the John W. Dalton Law Offices today. Our firm handles employment cases dealing with:
- Sexual harassment;
- Racial discrimination;
- Discrimination based on sexual orientation, nationality, or age;
- Equal pay;
- Improper dismissal; or
- Wage theft.
Employment law claims can be tough to handle and prove. You will want an experienced and successful employment law attorney to assist you in getting the compensation you deserve. Contact an aggressive Solana Beach employment attorney to begin working on your case.
We Can Help with Your Discrimination or Harassment Claim
Employment discrimination can come in many forms. We have litigated cases in which a potential employer believes that they were passed up solely based on age. Some employers use this as a tactic to avoid paying higher salaries for employees. Other cases have involved discrimination based on sexual orientation. Perhaps the employer has closely held biases that lead to discrimination during the hiring process.
We have also dealt with some of the most complex cases working with little evidence. Attorney John Dalton’s investigative and intelligence experience as a former CIA officer has not gone to waste on this front. Be assured that your case will be handled with the utmost care and attention to detail. Now is the time to hire an experienced employment lawyer. Whether you are located in Solana Beach or in San Francisco, we can represent you because we handle cases throughout the state of California.
No one should be subjected to employment discrimination or harassment. With our firm in your corner, you do not have to be an expert on employment law. Just gather your records and give us a call. We will handle the rest.
We Stand up for Workers’ Rights
You deserve to be fairly compensated for your labor. If you have dealt with unpaid overtime, unreimbursed business expenses, unpaid accrued vacation days, misclassification, or anything else involving wage theft, we can assist you. Finding a Solana Beach employment law attorney is not difficult. What you need is the right lawyer that can win you the fair result that you deserve. Our firm is one of the best in the State of California—our track record speaks for itself.
We Are Experienced Litigators Who Will See Your Case to the End
Our firm has handled employment law claims from beginning to end. This is why we are always prepared to take your case to court, if necessary. Not all cases can be settled while ensuring that an employee receives their pay of just compensation. If your claim needs to be brought to court because of your stubborn employer, attorney John Dalton has the capability to do so. With his decades of experience in the courtroom, John has garnered a reputation for being assertive and a zealous advocate for his clients.
Do Not Delay Filing Your Employment Claim
Your claim will be subject to California’s statute of limitations. Depending on the type of labor claim that you intend to file, you may have only three years or less to file a complaint with the Department of Fair Employment and Housing and EEOC. Employment claims dealing with harassment, discrimination, or retaliation have a statute of limitation of one year to file a claim after receiving a “right to sue” notice from the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) or EEOC. Claims dealing with failure to pay wages generally have a statute of limitation of three years after the last incident of nonpayment. If your claim deals with a breach of a written contract, you will have four years to file your complaint. Breach of a verbal contract has an even shorter period for filing—two years.
Contact Our Solana Beach Employment Lawyer
Winning your claim is important to us. Do not lose the opportunity to receive just compensation because you delayed filing your employment claim.
If you need a Solana Beach employment attorney to take your case all the way to a judge, contact the John W. Dalton Law Offices to get started.