Kaiser Permanente Attorney Los Angeles | Kaiser Healthcare Workers
If you have been wrongfully terminated or being retaliated against by Kaiser Permanente, contact Rager Law Firm today to schedule an initial case evaluation. Jeffrey Rager is dedicated to protecting the rights of Kaiser healthcare workers in Los Angeles.
1055 West 7th Street,Los AngelesCA90017
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On behalf of Rager Law Firm posted on May 17, 2017
At Rager Law Firm we have been successfully prosecuting Kaiser Permanente on behalf of its employees for over 15 years. Rager has successfully litigated countless of wrongful termination, discrimination, harassment, and retaliation cases against Kaiser Permanente and its affiliates. He has represented Kaiser Permanente physicians, nurses, and administrators in all types of cases asserting claims for EEOC, FEHA, and DFEH Violations, along with Violations of Health and Safety Code section 1278.5 and Business and Professions Code section 2056.
After having obtained a number of multi-million dollar trial verdicts against Kaiser Permanente, and handled complex cases involving affiliate entities such as Southern California Permanente Medical Group, The Permanente Medical Group, Kaiser Foundation Hospitals, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc., The Permanente Federation, LLC., and many others, he guarantees satisfaction and the successful outcome of your Kaiser Permanente case.
FILING A CLAIM AGAINST KAISER PERMANENTE
Employees who wish to sue Kaiser will have to follow their complex arbitration process. The Office of the Independent Administrator arbitrates these claims. Actions against Kaiser demand experience and extensive knowledge of their structure, clauses, arbitration, and their system as a whole. Sometimes they use tactics to wrongfully terminate their employees such as plans for performance improvement, compliance with HIPAA, etc. In order to successfully litigate these time-consuming cases, the attorney must have in-depth knowledge of Kaiser’s discipline policies, and Kaiser’s code of conduct.
Although the process doesn’t involve a jury trial, an attorney can be very beneficial in these legal scenarios. Kaiser Permanente employment suits are very complex and only a well-versed attorney can understand the legal protocols involved. If you are a Kaiser Permanente employee seeking justice, your best choice is to hire an experiencedLos Angeles employment attorney who will be by your side and will fully protect your rights.
Kaiser termination cases can be very difficult and most of the reasons for terminating a Kaiser employee are actually unlawful. This is why you need a Los Angeles employment attorney who will carefully gather all the crucial evidence, including:
If the unproven violation actually happened.
If other employees in similar situations were disciplined accordingly.
If the manager implied he or she was unhappy with the employee taking time off or filing a workers compensation claim.
If other employees had been terminated in the past for similar reasons.
FIND PROTECTION AGAINST KAISER’S RETALIATION
Healthcare professionals in California can find protection against retaliation caused by complaints about safety issues or patient care by contacting the following agencies:
California Health & Safety Code Section 1278.5 – Here, healthcare workers will find protection against retaliation due to unsafe patient care conditions.
California Business & Professions Code Section 510 – It protects licensed health care workers who suffer retaliation due to complaints about poor patient care.
California Business & Professions Code Section 2056 – It also protects physicians and surgeons who have been terminated, discriminated against, or retaliated against for protecting patient safety and adequate healthcare.
If you have been wrongfully terminated or are being retaliated against by Kaiser Permanente, contact Rager Law Firm today to schedule your initial case evaluation. Jeffrey Rager is dedicated to protecting the rights of Kaiser healthcare workers in Los Angelesand the surrounding areas.
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