Employers sometimes take advantage of their employees. Wrongful termination, retaliation, harassment, and unpaid overtime are unfortunately common.
Our firm—Smith & Lo, Work Lawyers—representsemployees in Sacramento and the rest of California who have suffered wrongful termination, unpaid wages, misclassification, discrimination, and harassment.
Our Sacramento Attorneys
Sacramento area lawyers Kyle Smith and Justin Lo, are the attorneys at Smith & Lo, Work Lawyers. We provide excellent legal representation for clients involved in labor and employment disputes. The lawyers practice only employment law.
Our attorneys are pleased to provide each of our clients with highly personalized service. We are passionate about employee rights are keep up-to-date on the most recent judicial and statutory changes in the law.
Our commitment is to ensure our clients receive fair treatment by their employers. We strive to preserve and protect the rights of our clients. The attorneys at Smith & Lo have recovered settlements and verdicts on behalf of many employees.
Our Labor & Employment Law Practice
The attorneys at Smith & Lo, Work Lawyers dedicate their practice exclusively to employment law. The firm is a full-service labor and employment firm. Our attorneys represent clients in a wide range of labor and employment litigation (as well as prelitigation disputes).
The types of case we handle include whistleblower laws, overtime, and wages, trade secrets, medical and family leave, hostile workplace environment, employer retaliation, employment contracts, discrimination in the workplace, disabilities and accommodations, wrongful termination, and sexual harassment.
Smith & Lo, Work Lawyers, represent clients from Sacramento and throughout California. Workplace fairness is a passion of the firm. Most cases handled by the firm are done on a contingency basis.
If a case is taken, you pay nothing unless the attorneys are successful. The firm does not take all cases. Employees who claim they have received unfair treatment are granted a free consultation to discuss the merits of a case.
If Smith & Lo, Work Lawyers, take a case, we put our time and resources into providing uncompromising personal service. We want to win as bad as you do.
Specific Case Information
The Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and the California Family Rights Act (CFRA) require employers to provide temporary medical or family leave to eligible employees. The mandates ensure an employee can return to the original or comparable position.
Failure to provide eligible employees with this benefit can result in an employer paying damages. An employer with 50 or more employees must allow those who have been with a company for more than a year and worked a minimum of 1,250 hours in the prior 12-month period to take family or medical leave.
Employers cannot discriminate against, suspend, or fire an employee who exercises the right to take such leave. The circumstances that qualify as conditions for leave are a serious health condition of the worker, spouse, child, or parent that requires continuing medical treatment or inpatient care.
Both men and women have the right to family leave when a child is born or adopted. Twelve weeks of unpaid leave is commonly allowed in a one-year period. During that time, the employee must be allowed to maintain his or her seniority and benefits within a company.
Contact Our Firm
If your workplace rights have been violated, Smith & Lo, Work Lawyers are happy to discuss the situation with you. You can reach us by filling out our online form, call the firm at (855) 670–1267, or email at info@WorkLawyers.com.