National City Employment Lawyers | Jackson Law

National City employment law attorneys from Jackson Law provide representation to individuals throughout San Diego County and Southern California. For over 40 years, we have been providing effective counsel and representation to employees in matters such as wrongful termination, wage disputes, discrimination, and many other employment law matters.

If you believe you may have an employment law case and have questions about a workplace conflict, please contact Jackson Law by dialing (858) 552-4900 and making an appointment for a no-fee consultation. Our knowledgeable National City employment law lawyers may be able to bring your case to a successful resolution.

As a respected National City employment law firm, we protect employee rights through individual or class action settlement negotiations and litigation in a wide range of practice areas. We represent employees against businesses small and large, from mom-and-pop operations to Fortune 500 companies.

Our National City Employment Law Attorneys are ready to assist you with your employment law issue during regular business hours of 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on weekdays. In addition, our National City employment attorneys are available for evening and weekend appointments. One of our plaintiff employment law lawyers will provide a free telephone consultation and also a free in-office consultation. Many employment law cases are accepted on a contingency basis, incurring no fees until after a favorable outcome has been reached in behalf of the client.

Employment Law Disputes in National City, CaliforniaNational City Employment Attorneys

Our experienced National City employment lawyers have built up a record of success by representing clients skillfully and gaining high-dollar settlements or judgments in many cases. Our reliable National City overtime dispute lawyers, disability discrimination attorneys, employee misclassification lawyers, disability accommodation attorneys, sexual harassment lawyers, employment discrimination lawyers, and independent contractor misclassification attorneys are well qualified. We provide representation in a full range of employment law cases.

Meal Period Violation

By law, employers must provide employees with proper meal breaks. Any employee in California who works over 5 hours in a day must receive a meal break of at least 30 minutes. A work day of over ten hours entitles an employee to two meal breaks. Employers are not required to pay a worker for their meal-break time. In some specific circumstances, an employee can agree in writing to a meal period waiver.

If you have questions regarding meal breaks and whether an employer is in compliance with the law, please call Jackson Law. If employers fail to provide appropriate meal breaks, our National City meal break attorneys may be able to take legal action against the employer and gain clients compensation for missed meal periods. Call our National City meal break attorneys today for a consultation.

Rest Breaks Attorneys

Employers who fail to provide mandated rest breaks are also in violation of the law. Rest breaks must be paid, continuous, and the employee must be completely relieved of duty. In addition, the break must be at least 10 minutes long not including time it takes to reach a designated break area.

If you have been denied proper rest breaks at work, call our experienced rest breaks lawyers. The rest breaks lawyers in our firm are well qualified to protect employee rights and may be able to obtain compensation for missed breaks.

National City Federal Employee Attorneys

Our knowledgeable National City federal employee lawyers help civilian federal employees as well as individuals employed by federal contractors. Please call our office if you have an employment dispute with the federal government or any of its agencies. Our National City federal employee attorneys are well versed in laws that govern federal employees. Please contact us today to make an appointment for a consultation regarding your potential case.

Wrongful Termination Lawyers

Wrongful termination means an employee was terminated for an illegal reason, such as race, age, sex, or another discriminatory motive. It is also illegal for an employer to terminate an employee for refusing to violate the law or for insisting the law be followed. For example, it is unlawful for an employer to fire an employee because of demands that proper overtime compensation be paid or proper rest and meal breaks be given.

If you have lost your job and believe it was for an unlawful reason, please contact our National City wrongful termination attorneys. Despite the fact that California is an at-will employment state, grounds for wrongful termination cases do exist. Call our office today to set up a consultation regarding your employment termination.

Pay Violation Lawyers

If an employer fails to pay employees properly for every hour worked, they are in violation of the law. If a worker exceeds the maximum weekly or daily hours, they must be paid overtime wages. Call our National City pay violation attorneys if an employer has failed to pay appropriately for hours worked or has interfered with your tips. At our firm, our National City pay violation lawyers are well qualified to assist clients in resolving overtime and pay disputes.

Overtime Dispute Attorneys

The National City overtime dispute lawyers at Jackson Law assist employees who have been denied proper compensation for overtime. In general, employees in California must be paid 1 ½ times the regular pay rate for any work over 8 hours in a day or 40 hours in a week. Call our National City overtime dispute attorneys to discuss your potential case.

Call our Skilled National City Employment Law Lawyers

The National City meal break lawyers, disability discrimination lawyers, and employee misclassification attorneys at Jackson Law Firm zealously represent the rights of employees. In addition, our National City employment attorneys are extensively experienced in providing effective legal advice on severance agreements and other matters regarding the ending of employment.

For reliable legal counsel from qualified National City overtime dispute attorneys, sexual harassment attorneys, or independent contractor misclassification lawyers, contact Jackson Law today. Whether you are in need of skilled National City pay violation attorneys, disability accommodation lawyers, or employment discrimination attorneys, our law firm is ready to provide the needed assistance.

Please contact our law firm by submitting a completed case evaluation form. A respected National City meal break lawyer or employment attorney will carefully go over your information and contact you to set up an appointment for a free consultation.

To contact one of our National City federal employee lawyers or other employment attorneys immediately, please call us at (858) 552-4900 to discuss your case and get answers to your questions from a highly qualified employment lawyer. At Jackson Law, we show why having an experienced employment attorney on your side can help you better pursue justice and the monetary compensation to which you are entitled.


When driving to visit our law office from National City, begin at City Hall and go north on National City Boulevard. Turn left on East 8th Street. Take the 5 North. Take the 15 North. Take the 805 North. Then use the Sorrento Valley Road exit. Turn right at Vista Sorrento Parkway. Turn right onto Mira Mesa Boulevard. Continue as it becomes Sorrento Valley Road. Our office is located at 10951 Sorrento Valley Road, on the right.


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10951 Sorrento Valley Rd.

Suite 1-G

San Diego, CA 92121

Phone: (858) 552-4900

Fax: (858) 552-4904


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