San Francisco Lawyer Explains Your Employment Rights
Our Bay Area attorneys have been bombarded recently with questions about the Golden State’s new paid sick leave protocol. Here’s what you need to know:
San Francisco motorcycle accident lawyer Daniel Vega and his team understand that crashes take a toll not just on victims but also on families of injured people. So what can riders do to be safer on the road and reduce their likelihood for getting into serious injury crashes? Here are four important insights. Continue reading
Victims in auto crashes, slip and falls, sports injuries, and workplace accidents often experience a horrific condition known as whiplash. This soft tissue ailment afflicts thousands of people in San Francisco and beyond, and it typically shows up after car accidents and falls. Continue reading
You or someone you love got hurt in a commercial truck accident. You’re searching for a San Francisco injury attorney, perhaps because an insurance company is giving you the run around.
To make sense of what happened, you need to find out the root cause of your accident with the truck.
Eighteen wheelers and other large commercial trucks can cause astonishingly devastation. A truck that weighs 24 tons that crashes into your vehicle at 60 miles per hour imparts as much force as a 2.4 ton sedan would impart if it hit you at 600 miles per hour! Continue reading
A typical Bay Area bicycle accident lawyer can quickly rattle off disturbing statistics about bike crashes in the San Francisco, Bay Area. For instance, in 2010, 618 people lost their lives in bike crashes in the U.S. That marked a major decrease (believe it or not) from the 1995 fatality numbers (830). Continue reading
If you or someone you love was recently hurt in a Bay Area auto accident, you need to document evidence as quickly as possible to lay the groundwork for potential legal action. Continue reading
What can I do if my employer doesn’t pay me my overtime wages?
You can either file a wage claim eve with the Division of Labor Standards Enforcement (the Labor Commissioner’s Office), or you can file a lawsuit in court against your employer in to recover the lost wages. Additionally, if you no longer work for this employer, you can make a claim for the waiting time penalty pursuant to Labor Code Section 203.