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Breach of Employment Contract Lawyers in Walnut Creek
Serving Clients in the Bay Area
When you sign your paperwork for a new job, you never expect for those terms to be violated, but this kind of thing happens more often than you’d think. Whether your employment contracts are written or verbal, you deserve to understand exactly what you’re getting, and for everyone involved to honor the terms. Here at Ratner Molineaux, LLP, we can help you get justice for a breach of your employment contract. Don’t go to just anyone for this kind of problem- make sure you seek out a qualified employment contract attorney serving Contra Costa, Alameda, Solano, and San Joaquin Counties, so you can rest well knowing you are in good hands. When an employer changes the terms, or ignores the terms, of your binding contract, you may be entitled to collect damages.
What is a Breach of Contract?
Contracts make up the backbone of our economy, and when we cannot count on all parties holding up their ends of the bargain, things tend to fall apart. There are many ways that your employer may breach your employment contract, including wage theft, discrimination, job duty changes, or wrongful termination. Regardless of your specific issue, you can count on us at Ratner Molineaux, LLP to thoroughly examine your case and provide real solutions to get you the justice you’re entitled to. You should not be left to shoulder the mental or financial burdens of your employer’s dishonesty or negligence. Our firm knows the ins and outs of labor and employment laws in California, and we can help you get to the bottom of this.
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If you’re ready to hold your employer accountable for the terms of your contract, reach out to our office. Request your free consultation to get started.