The Accident Defenders are dedicated to representing employees across California who have been victimized by discrimination and sexual harassment in the workplace. We are advocates for those who have been victimized because of their age, gender, national origin, race, sexual orientation, or other illegal reasons.

We have handled cases dealing with age discrimination, pregnancy discrimination, sexual harassment in the workplace, race and color discrimination, religious discrimination, wage and hour violations and more. Our clients come to us during the most vulnerable time in their lives and we offer them support, compassion and our unwavering commitment to fighting for them.

If you are in need of an experienced California employment attorney, don't hesitate to reach out to our team here at Accident Defenders or through our online form, or by calling us at (323) 591 2829!


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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, you can sue your employer if anything happens to you illegally. Employer law makes it illegal if you got any discrimination based on race, sex, sexual Harassment, religion, failing to pay earned overtime wages, etc. For more information, contact us at (323) 591 (2829).
When an employer, coworker, or any superior at work discriminates or harasses in the job environment, it is called a hostile work environment. It can be physical, verbal, or visual Harassment.
Each case is different, but in most cases, no. According to law, it requires providing reasonable accommodations to the employee. But It is necessary to work with a skilled lawyer to determine what types of accommodations are available in your right.
If you work more than 40 hours a week and don’t get overtime wages from your employer, you have a right to claim and protect your rights at the workplace. You should get legal help to claim your case if you cannot get any solution by yourself.
If the employer terminates or fires someone without any legal reason can be taken under wrongful termination. If the termination violates state or federal laws or the employer’s written or verbal stipulations, we can consider it a wrongful termination. However, there are exceptions for each case. For instance, an employee cannot be fired based on gender, race, ethnic background, religion, disability, etc.