On behalf of Rager Law Firm posted on September 07, 2018
Are you employed by Kaiser Permanente? Have you experienced harassment or discrimination at work? Do you feel that Kaiser has retaliated against you because you reported patient mistreatment or poor patient conditions? If so, you may have a legal claim against Kaiser Permanente under California employment law. You need a Brea Kaiser Permanente attorney to help you with your legal claim.
Get Experience You Can Trust
Rager Law Firm has been helping employees of Kaiser Permanente with their employment law claims for over 15 years. We have experience with claims that involve:
Healthcare workers in California have required reporting obligations when they see patients that are not being treated well or in violation of the law. Although employees significantly help patients by reporting these issues, Kaiser Permanente may not like the reporting because it costs them money and may harm their reputation. For that reason, and others, retaliation from whistleblowing sometimes arises.
Rager Law Firm has extensive experience dealing with these specific claims against Kaiser Permanente. We are familiar with the complex arbitration process that employees must use when starting lawsuits against Kaiser Permanente based on employment law issues. Although you can go through arbitration without an attorney, it is not recommended. Unfortunately, Kaiser can take advantage of your lack of experience and knowledge and use it against you in this process.
Collecting Evidence with the Help of a Brea Kaiser Permanente Attorney
Gathering evidence and information is perhaps the most important part of your employment law case against Kaiser Permanente. In fact, if you cannot find the information you need to build your case, the chances of getting damages for your claim to decrease substantially. A Brea Kaiser Permanent attorney like those at the Rager Law Firm know how to get this information and can present it the best way possible at arbitration or in court.
Evidence that can help your case may include things like:
Any similar incidents that have occurred in the past
Whether other employees were treated in the same way as you
Talking to witnesses (including other employees or even patients) about the circumstances of your situation
Getting records and data regarding hours worked, individuals on certain shifts, and common practices in your department
Every case is different, and the type of information you need for your case will depend on your unique claim and what you need to prove. Rager Law Firm will be an invaluable resource throughout this process.
Don’t Wait! Call Today!
You only have a certain amount of time tostart your claim against Kaiser Permanente. If you wait too long and do nothing, it can undermine your lawsuit as well. You have rights as an employee under both federal and state law—and Rager Law Firm can help you assert them. But, you need to take the first step and make the call. Rager offers a free consultation service that you can use to ensure that we are a good fit for your needs. He can also evaluate your case to help you determine your options as well. Call to get started: 310-527-6994.
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