San Diego wrongful termination attorney Steven Rubin represents people who have been wrongfully terminated in San Diego. It is already a fear of many to be wrongfully terminated due to the economy, but employees in San Diego should not also have to worry about being fired because of their age, sex, religion or skin color.
Unfortunately wrongful termination does happen and it is essential for those victims who have been wrongfully terminated in San Diego to contact a San Diego wrongful termination attorney to have someone fight for their rights in court.
Steven Rubin has been helping people who have been wrongfully fired in San Diego for over a quarter century. As a wrongful termination lawyer in San Diego, Steven Rubin has fought for the rights of wrongful termination victims of sexual harassment or any other type of discrimination in the workplace. He works tirelessly to protect the rights of employees in San Diego from wrongful termination or any other form of retaliation in the workplace.
If you have been illegally fired in San Diego and need the help of a San Diego wrongful termination attorney, contact Steven Rubin by calling 310-385-0777 for your initial consultation with a wrongful termination lawyer in San Diego.
“RLC was recently involved in a lawsuit against a San Diego area company that fired our client after the client internally reported dot violations relating to the company’s trucking fleet. RLC filed a lawsuit in San Diego and the litigation was successfully resolved in a mediation sustained shortly thereafter.”
In Angel Bautista et al. v. Flores Sierra Contractors, Inc. et al., Case No.: 37-2008-00099267-CU-OE-CTL:
The Rubin Law Corporation, with co-counsel, prevailed in a lawsuit brought for unpaid wages in San Diego Superior Court. The Court found that seven plaintiffs, monolingual Spanish-speaking demolition and asbestos abatement workers, worked off the clock without overtime, missed breaks, did not receive proper paycheck stubs, and were entitled to penalties.
The Court found joint employer liability against Flores Sierra Contractors, Inc. and principal Alberto Flores. The Court awarded $118,698 in unpaid wages, penalties and premiums, and $34,846.87 in prejudgment interest, for a total award of $153,544.87 for the seven plaintiffs. The Court also found that the plaintiffs were the prevailing parties and entitled to reasonable fees and costs under Labor Code §§226 and 1194. Attorneys were awarded $258,137.50 in fees and reimbursed costs in the amount $21,947.25.
San Diego is the second biggest city in California and the eighth biggest city in the entire United States. San Diego borders Mexico and sits on the Southern California coast of the Pacific Ocean. San Diego is also known as the birthplace of California and was first founded by Spanish explorer Juan Cabrillo in 1542 who claimed the territory for Spain. Almost 300 years later, in 1821 San Diego became part of Mexico, but in 1850 the United States of America claimed San Diego for its own after the Mexican-American war.
San Diego is also well-known for its great weather. San Diego was recognized by the Farmers’ Almanac as having one of the top 10 best climates in America; San Diego also had the second highest score from The Weather Channel for the best summer climates in America. Tourism is one of the biggest industries in San Diego. Some famous tourist attractions of San Diego are its beaches, the San Diego Zoo, Balboa Park, SeaWorld San Diego and San Diego Zoo Safari Park.
To speak with a San Diego wrongful termination lawyer, contact us by calling 310-385-0777 for an initial consultation.