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Las Vegas Employment Law Attorneys

Razavi Law Group are top-rated Employment Law Attorneys in Las Vegas, NV, and surrounding areas. Our lawyers at RLG have extensive knowledge of the laws that govern employment cases. We fully dedicate ourselves and our resources to help you fight for fair and just settlement during difficult times.

You may be surprised to learn how frequently employers mistreat their employees – it happens all the time. Mistreatment can take many forms. Whether the employer is motivated by greed, ignorance, or spite, there is no excuse to ignore the law. If you feel your employer has mistreated you, you may wonder whether this conduct rises to that of illegal treatment, which may entitle you to sue in court.

Nevada employees have protected individual rights. Our experienced attorneys at Razavi Law Group will fight aggressively for you if you feel that your employer has violated your protected rights. Employment claims vary significantly, and each case is unique. If you, or a loved one, believe your rights have been violated, you may be entitled to compensation.

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Las Vegas Personal Injury Lawyers & Accident AttorneysOur lawyers at Razavi Law Group have extensive knowledge of the laws that govern employment cases. We fully dedicate ourselves and our resources to help you fight for fair and just settlement during difficult times.

Types of Employment Rights Claims

There are many ways an employer can violate the protected rights of their employees, and it is imperative to speak to an employment rights attorney when you feel those rights have been violated. Different types of employment law case our experienced lawyers at Razavi Law Group have encountered include:

  • Discrimination in the Workplace: if you feel you have been discriminated against in your workplace due to your race, age, religion, gender, or sexual orientation, you may be entitled to compensation for the emotional damages that can accompany this devastating experience.
  • “Wage and Hour” Violations: under Nevada wage and hour laws, non-exempt employees must receive a thirty (30) minute lunch or meal break if they work more than five (5) hours in a day. The meal break must be provided within the first 5 hours of the workday. Employees who work more than ten (10) hours per day are entitled to a second 30-minute meal break. If your employer has violated these Nevada break laws you may be entitled to compensation.
  • Wrongful Termination: although Nevada is typically an employment “at-will” state, if your employer terminated without cause, you might have a case. Being wrongfully terminated can lead to financial hardships, significant stress, and a gap in your employment.

You must not sign or accept any settlements from your employer before consulting with an experienced labor law attorney. Speaking with an attorney is crucial when you feel your rights have been violated. Most employers are more concerned with protecting themselves than compensating you for your trauma and hardship. Employers may either try to pay the lowest amount possible or try to avoid paying out altogether. Settlements accepted without consulting an attorney could result in low-ball offers that may not include damages you are entitled to, including economic expenses, as well as non-economic costs such as emotional trauma, pain, and suffering.

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The statute of limitations for employment discrimination claims in Las Vegas is two years from the date of the alleged discrimination. For example, if an employee was fired on January 1, 2020, the employee would have until January 1, 2022 to file a claim.

Wrongful termination occurs when an employer breaks the law by firing an employee. There are three main types of wrongful termination in Orange County: discrimination, breach of contract, and violation of public policy.

It is important to consult with an employment law attorney in Orange County to ensure compliance with local, state, and federal employment laws. Our employment law attorneys can help employers draft policies and procedures that comply with the law.

Wrongful termination occurs when an employee is fired for an illegal reason. There are a number of reasons why this might happen, but some of the most common include discrimination, retaliation, and breach of contract. If you believe that you have been wrongfully terminated, then you may be wondering how long you have to file a lawsuit.

The answer to this question depends on a number of factors, including the type of wrongful termination claim you have and the laws in your state. In general, however, you will want to speak to an employment law attorney as soon as possible to find out more about your rights and how to protect them.

There are a number of different factors that will affect the value of your case, such as the severity of the wrongful termination and whether or not you have suffered any damages as a result. If you have lost wages or have experienced other financial damages, then you may be entitled to receive compensation for those losses.