With more than 35 years of combined...
With more than 35 years of combined...At Dieguez & Fernandez, our workers' compensation attorneys are by the side of injured employees in San Diego, California. Our law office offers an exclusive focus on employment law, enabling us to apply deep legal knowledge and niche experience to each case we take. We also use a background in employment defense to craft powerful courtroom strategies and pursue the best possible outcome for clients across Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino counties.
With more than 35 years of combined experience, we are extremely effective in overseeing the claims process and standing up to insurance companies. If we are unable to negotiate an adequate settlement, we are fully prepared to seek better on behalf of our clients in litigation. Our law office works tirelessly to secure benefits and offset the costs of medical treatment, disability and retraining.
In addition to workers' compensation matters, we are prepared to handle most all other types of employment disputes, including wrongful termination. Past clients have relied on our representation to resolve conflicts involving discrimination, ethical violations, hostile work environments, meal and rest periods, overtime and unpaid wages, employer retaliation, sexual harassment, severance agreements and whistleblower claims.
Regardless of the type of employment matter that brings people to our law office, we are able to deliver knowledgeable counsel, and if necessary, fierce advocacy in litigation. Dieguez & Fernandez invites prospective clients to meet with us at the firm to discuss their cases in a free initial consultation. In order to provide expedient service, we take credit cards as an accepted form of payment.
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