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End Workplace Harassment with Legal Support in Ventura County and Surrounding Areas

You are entitled to a safe, harassment-free workplace. Herbert & Kreuzer Law Group stands up to any type of bullying that you are facing on the job in Ventura County, Santa Barbara County, and Los Angeles County. Workplace harassment may encompass sexual or sexual orientation harassment, age or gender harassment, disability harassment, pregnancy harassment, and many other things

If you missed out on raises, benefits, or perks due to daily harassment, or you were fired or demoted after standing up for yourself, you need to call us now.

We spend a good portion of our lives at work. We are our jobs, and that’s why employment law exists: to protect this critical part of our lives. We fight for you using our profound knowledge of federal and California state employment law. Our lawyers offer a free consultation, and we do not receive pay for our efforts unless we win your case. Between our experience and our discretion, you can feel confident that your case is in great hands when you come to us.

The Employment Attorneys Who Will Fight for You

The nuances of employment law are complicated, and you need good employment attorneys to fight for you. While some of our clients at Herbert & Kreuzer Law Group face hostility in the workplace related to gender, age, sexual orientation, or other factors, others have been wrongfully terminated, unfairly treated, or impacted in other significant ways. 

We provide each valued client with personal attention, and we always respond promptly to inquiries and requests. We handle wrongful termination claims and win them in courtrooms and negotiation tables throughout the Ventura, Santa Barbara, and Los Angeles areas. Our team makes sure your rights are protected so you can take care of yourself and your family.

Statute of Limitations Warning

There are limited time periods, or deadlines, for filing claims.

If you don’t file in a timely manner with the appropriate internal office, outside agency, or civil court, you may lose the right to seek redress for the claim. Do not wait to consult with a lawyer.

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