When you need someone to stand up for your rights as
an employee, let us be your voice and your advocate.
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An Employee-Only Law Firm In Northern California
Work is an important part of life. Because people spend so many of their waking hours working, conflicts and difficult conditions on the job can have devastating and life-changing effects.
At The Armstrong Law Firm, we seek justice and fair compensation for victims of sexual harassment, discrimination, intimidation or unfair employment practices in the workplace. We are one of the most knowledgeable and established employee-only law firms in the Silicon Valley and San Francisco Bay Area.
Questions? Call 415-692-0462 to speak to an employment attorney about what has happened to you.
Representing Employees In A Variety Of Matters
We are committed to protecting employees against:
- Wrongful job termination: Have you been fired for an illegal reason? If so, you may be eligible for lost wages, emotional stress and punitive damages. Talk to an attorney from our firm to find out if you were terminated for an unlawful reason.
- Sexual harassment in the workplace: If you are a sexual harassment victim, contacting an attorney for the first time can be intimidating. Our lawyers can defend your rights and help you pursue justice against your harasser and employer so that you have an opportunity to be made whole.
- Pregnancy discrimination: An employer cannot fire you or treat you unfairly for getting pregnant or having a baby. If this has happened to you, talk to one of our lawyers.
- Other types of discrimination and harassment: Discrimination and harassment in the workplace are illegal. Unfortunately, many employees are subject to this unfair treatment while trying to do their jobs. We represent victims of disability, gender, age, sexual orientation, skin color and other forms of discrimination.
Do you have a case? Find out in a free consultation.
“I was sexually harassed by my manager and retaliated against after I complained. My work situation became so unbearable after I came forward that I was unable to work there anymore. Kelly Armstrong and her lawyers helped me recover from the experience and get closure so I could move forward with my life in a better way with my family. I would hire them again to help me.” – Mary G.
Some employers will incorrectly identify an employee as an independent contractor to avoid having to pay benefits. Sometimes an employer won’t pay for meal or rest breaks, or will force an employee to do extra duties before or after work for no pay. You may have been denied the FMLA or pregnancy leave to which you are entitled. These are unfair and illegal practices, and you don’t have to endure it for the fear of losing your job.
There are numerous employment laws protecting employees. We assert clients’ rights under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and numerous other state and federal employment laws.
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