The lawyers at Neal-Lopez Law Group have been obtaining successful results on behalf of clients. Below are some of the most recent successful results Neal-Lopez Law Group has obtained in employment and labor cases:
$365,000 | Race Discrimination/Harassment/Wrongful Termination
African American employees were discriminated against and harassed by their employer. The employees were subjected to ongoing derogatory comments and after they complained, they were wrongful terminated based on their protected characteristic.
$250,000 | Sexual Harassment/Constructive Termination
Two female employees were sexually harassed by their manager and owner of the company. There was no one to report the harassment to other than the manager/owner who was harassing them. Ultimately, the two employees were forced to resign from their employment as the harassing conduct continued despite their pleas for it to stop.
$150,000 | Age Discrimination/Wrongful Termination
A female employee was discriminated against and suffered adverse employment action by her employer.
$128,041.00 | Wage and Hour Violations
An hourly employee for an auto shop was denied his meal and rest breaks, and was retaliated against by his employer when he complained about not being paid. After a series of incidents of retaliation, the employer wrongfully terminated him.
$125,000 | Disability Discrimination/Wrongful Termination
A female employee who had worked for her employer for many years was diagnosed with a medical condition. The employee took a medical leave of absence and upon her return to work, she had workplace restrictions prescribed by her doctor. Her employer refused to accommodate the work restrictions. After the employee complained that she was being discriminated against because of her medical condition, she was terminated.
$100,000 | Sexual Harassment/Constructive Termination
An employee at a jewelry store was sexual harassed by her immediate supervisor. The employee complained to human resources about the sexual harassment, but no action was taken to investigate her complaint or cease the harassment. The harassment became so intolerable that she was forced to resign (constructive termination).
$110,000 | Disability/Discrimination/Wrongful Termination
Employee who suffered from a medical condition which required him to undergo weekly dialysis treatment was wrongfully terminated.
$80,000 | Whistle-Blower Vindicated for Reporting Age Discrimination
A female human resources representative was asked to terminate an employee who was in his sixties because he no longer fit in with the other employees who were all under the age of 30. She refused to terminate the employee and reported the age discrimination to her superiors. A few weeks later, the employer baselessly alleged malfeasance by our client and wrongfully terminated her.
$75,000 | Age Harassment/Wrongful Termination
A male employee in his 60’s was subjected to ongoing derogatory comments about his age by his supervisor, who was substantially younger than him (under the age of 40). Within days after the employee complained about the age harassment, his employer laid him off allegedly because of economic hardship. Our client was the only employee laid-off out of the entire company.
$75,000 | Whistle-Blower/Wrongful Termination/Failure to Pay Wages
A housekeeper for a resident motel was terminated after she filed a complaint with OSHA and complained that she was not getting paid for all hours worked.
$51,000 | Disability Discrimination/Wrongful Termination
A pregnant employee of a small neighborhood market requested to leave work early to go to the doctor because she was experiencing a sharp pain in her abdomen. Her employer refused to let her leave to go to the doctor. The employee was later rushed to emergency and placed on light duty restrictions. A week later the employee was terminated under the guise that there was a lack of work.