Are you an employee of Kaiser Permanente? Or, has your employment with them just ended? Do you feel like your rights are being ignored or abused at work? Or, does it seem like the reason your employment stopped is far-fetched or beyond your control? In these situations, you might have a legal claim against Kaiser Permanente for violation of your rights as an employee in California. You need to learn more by speaking with a Lynwood Kaiser Permanente attorney as soon as possible.
The Rager Law Firm has over 20 years of experience helping current and former employees of Kaiser Permanente with their employment law claims. These cases often involve:
Our team is familiar with the unique arbitration process that Kaiser Permanente uses to litigate claims related to their over 20,000 employees. The fact that Kaiser Permanente has its own system to deal with claims should tell you a lot about how large this employer truly is and how often these claims occur.
You may have the ability to get money damages after you have been mistreated at work. Damages in employment law claims are generally based on the idea that you should receive money that you would have gotten if the discrimination or other illegal act had not occurred. Damages may be measured based on different concepts if your employment law claim is based on a contract with Kaiser Permanente, however.
Damages in employment law claims will often include:
In some cases, you might also be allowed to claim punitive damages. These damages are less focused on your losses and, instead, are designed to punish the employer for wrongdoing.
Pursuing any compensation for which you may be eligible if you have been mistreated as an employee of Kaiser Permanente or if you believe you were terminated for reasons that are not justified can be a complex process. This is not a task you can handle on your own.
It’s much wiser to enlist the help of attorneys who specialize in handling Kaiser Permanente employment law cases. Our law firm can specifically assist you in the following key ways:
It is often difficult to determine on your own if you have a valid case against Kaiser Permanente. Employment law is very nuanced, and you may not be certain the way in which you were treated or the nature of your termination qualify as violations of said laws.
At The Rager Law firm, our experts will review the details of your case and let you know if you have grounds to take legal action. We will answer any questions you may have on the subject, and if you choose to hire us, we will apply proven methods to optimize your chances of recovering any compensation you may deserve.
The types of evidence you may need to present to demonstrate that you are eligible for compensation in these circumstances can vary from one case to another. You may need to gather witness statements, employment documents, emails or other forms of correspondence, and more.
It’s also possible you will need to cite past cases to thoroughly explain how the nature of your treatment as an employee of Kaiser Permanente constitutes an illegal action. You may not have the expertise, resources, or time necessary to gather all this evidence on your own.
This is one of the top reasons to hire a Lynwood Kaiser Permanente lawyer when taking action against your current or former employer. We handle cases similar to yours regularly, and are thus prepared to conduct a thorough and exhaustive investigation.
Don’t trust an attorney who promises beyond a shadow of a doubt that you will recover a certain amount of money when you file a claim against Kaiser Permanente. It is impossible for a lawyer to honestly guarantee you will collect a specific amount of compensation.
That said, if you are eligible for compensation, you need to possess a thorough understanding of the applicable laws and standards to calculate the amount of compensation that may represent a fair settlement. This is yet another reason to coordinate with our Lynwood Kaiser Permanente law firm. We will account for all your damages to determine how much money you may be owed. Again, we can’t promise you will collect an exact sum, but we can promise to fight for every penny you deserve.
One way we do so is by applying our unique familiarity with Kaiser Permanente’s arbitration process. Our team is qualified to serve your needs because we are particularly familiar with the way Kaiser Permanente responds to employee claims.
The Rager Law Firm can walk you through these concern areas, including the arbitrator’s potential bias against you and toward Kaiser Permanente. Contact The Rager Law Firm, your resident Lynwood Kaiser Permanente attorney, to learn more about your rights as a Kaiser Permanente employee.
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