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How to Protect Yourself in California Severance Pay Agreements

Posted on May 30, 2023 in Personal injury

Upon losing your job in California, you could be presented with a severance pay agreement. Sometimes, these can be confusing, and the terms are not always clear. Your former employer may want to push terms that are not agreeable, so it is critical that you have a California employment lawyer on your side.…

What Are Considered Reasonable Accommodations Under the ADA? 

Posted on May 25, 2023 in Disability Discrimination

Living with a disability, whether permanent or temporary, can make it challenging to accomplish particular processes you are responsible for performing at your job. Your condition may require some reasonable accommodations to be made to make your job duties manageable. This is where the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is there to help.…

What is Quid Pro Quo Harassment?

Posted on October 25, 2022 in Personal injury

“Something for something.” That’s the basic form of what Qui Pro Quo means, translated from Latin. The term is famous thanks to TV shows and movies, but how does this apply to harassment in the workplace? Quid pro quo is a term used in employment law for harassment that, in most cases, involves a superior seeking sexual favors from an employee in return for various benefits.…

Justin Walker of Walker Law, PC Named “Outstanding Trial Lawyer” by Consumer Attorneys of San Diego

Posted on December 18, 2020 in Firm News

SAN DIEGO (Date) Justin Walker, founder of Walker Law PC, was named “Outstanding Trial Lawyer” at the Consumer Attorneys of San Diego’s (CASD) annual Evening with the Trial Stars, held virtually on November 17, 2020. 

Mr. Walker was honored with this award for his outstanding work on a wrongful termination and retaliation case, which resulted in a nearly $4.1 million dollar verdict for the plaintiff, and an additional $1.3 million in attorneys’ fees.…

Bad Faith Insurance Claim: Simple Guide and Typical Cases in California

Posted on February 11, 2019 in Personal injury

When you enter into an agreement with an insurance company of any description, it is easy to assume that they are on your side. Insurers should be looking out for their customers and have their best interests at heart. You take out an insurance policy, stay within the policy limits, make an insurance claim, then fall victim to insurance bad faith claims and end up with very little following a claim, even though you were insured through a “reputable” law firm.…

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