It is not uncommon in this difficult economy for employees to be required to move to new locations in order to find a job. In California, it is against the law for employers to make false promises to lure workers to relocate to be able to take the job.
When that happens, the lawyers at JML Law will file claims under the California Labor Code to enforce workers’ rights and to seek a penalty of double the worker’s damages for false representations.
When an employer makes a false statement to a prospective or current employee urging them to take or continue working at a job, when that employee would not have taken or kept the job otherwise, then this can be a case of fraudulent inducement of employment. In a case of fraudulent inducement of employment, it may be possible for the employee to sue the employer for damages.
There are many types of false statements that an employer can make to entice an employee to take or keep a job including the length of employment, terms of compensation, work conditions among others.
For an employee or prospective employee to bring a case against an employer for the fraudulent inducement of the employment, it must be proven that:
Call our firm at 818-835-5735 or email us to schedule a free initial consultation with one of our dedicated employment law attorney. We handle cases in Los Angeles County, Orange County, San Francisco and throughout California. We will handle your case on a contingency fee basis, which means that if we do not achieve a favorable outcome in your case, we don’t get paid.
Every case is unique and needs to be evaluated by our experienced lawyers. If you have been injured in a work-related accident,give us a call at 818-835-5735 or send us an email to schedule a free initial consultation. There is no risk to meet with us. We get paid only if we win your claim.