California Labor Code Section 132a
Under California Labor Code Section 132a, employers are prohibited from discriminating against industrially-injured employees. The Labor Code section prohibits employers from terminating employees on leaves of absence because of occupational injury or illness.
State policy dictates that there can be no discrimination against workers who are injured in the course and scope of their employment. If you have been wrongfully terminated or discriminated against because of an occupational injury or illness, you have the right to file a lawsuit against your employer and recover damages. A qualified and experienced employment attorney at The Nourmand Law Firm can evaluate your case and will aggressively fight for your rights in court.California Employment Law Attorneys
If you have been the victim of mistreatment in the workplace or have been unlawfully terminated, you can count on the experienced employment law attorneys at The Nourmand Law Firm to help you file your claim or lawsuit.
Employment laws in California can be complex, and there are several federal and state statues involved, including the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), California Family Rights Act (CFRA) or California Fair Employment and Housing Act. Whether you have been fired from your job, or your employer is threatening to fire you because of an occupational injury or illness, you have the right to sue and recover damages including future lost wages and benefits.
Contact the experienced California employment law attorneys at The Nourmand Law Firm so that we can evaluate your case and help you get the compensation you deserve. We will aggressively fight for your rights in court, and can guide you through the claims-filing and litigation process.