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At Mancini & Associates, our team has extensive experience handling multiple areas of employment law. We know that it is illegal for employers to discriminate against employees based on their race, religion, age, disability, sex, pregnancy status, sexual orientation, or gender identity. Employers who allow discrimination to occur will be held accountable for their actions.

Sexual harassment in the workplace is far too common, but the #MeToo movement has shown us that this type of behavior will not be accepted. It is also illegal for employers to retaliate against their workers for raising concerns about illegal activities in the workplace, for filing complaints of harassment or discrimination, or for seeking legal disability accommodations (ADA laws).

At Mancini & Associates, our California employment law attorneys strive to ensure that workers are paid fairly, including all hourly, salary, overtime, and commission pay they are due. We also work to protect whistleblowers when they need to come forward about any illegal activity their employer is engaged in.

At Mancini & Associates, we firmly believe that anyone injured due to the careless, negligent, or intentional actions of another person deserves to be fairly compensated. Our California injury lawyers have vast experience helping clients who have been injured due to using or consuming defective products.

Our team also regularly helps those who have been harmed due to various types of professional malpractice. Professional malpractice occurs anytime there is a failure to perform duties or if there is fraud or misrepresentation. Some of the following professionals that we hold accountable include doctors, surgeons, nurses, lawyers, engineers, architects, accountants, and more.

At Mancini & Associates, our team is standing by to help if you need a California elder abuse attorney by your side. We have the resources necessary to conduct a complete investigation into elder abuse cases, and our goal is to ensure that survivors of this type of abuse receive the justice and compensation they are entitled to. We are prepared to take cases anywhere in Los Angeles County, Orange County, Ventura County, Riverside County, and San Bernardino County areas, so call us today so we can get started.

If you discover that your elderly loved one has been the victim of any type of abuse at the hands of caretakers, turn to the team at Mancini & Associates for help today. Our attorneys have extensive experience handling complex elder abuse cases throughout California, including Los Angeles County, Orange County, Ventura County, Riverside County, and San Bernardino County areas. Our goal is to help ensure that your loved one receives the closure and compensation they deserve.

If you operate a business that has suffered a financial injury due to the wrongful actions of others, our California business litigation lawyers are ready to help. There are various ways in which businesses in our area can suffer harm due to the actions of others, and we are equipped to handle many types of claims, including fraud, negligent misrepresentation, interference with prospective economic advantage, civil conspiracy, malicious prosecution, invasion of privacy, interference with employment relationships, tortious interference with contracts, and more.

Discrimination is illegal, regardless of when and where it happens. Sometimes discrimination can be the subtle denial of a mortgage application or a polite “no thank you” when applying for a job. Other times, discrimination is more blatant, such as the refusal of service at a store. At Mancini & Associates, our California civil rights attorneys work diligently to ensure that civil rights violators are held accountable.

Civil rights violations include discrimination based on a person’s race, national origin, gender, religion, sexual orientation, disability or illness, age, and more. These violations can happen in the workplace, housing (being denied a mortgage or at lease), banking and loans (being denied a loan based on your appearance), public accommodations (being denied access to public facilities), or right to service (being refused service in a store or restaurant due to ethnicity, race, sexual orientation, etc.).

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