Southern California Meal and Rest Break Attorney
Southern California Meal and Rest Break Lawyer Damien J. Miranda provides aggressive representation to employees who have been denied the appropriate meal and rest break periods at work. If you have been
forced to work through your break or meal periods, contact us today.
The law is clear that employees must be given a certain number of uninterrupted break or meal periods depending upon the number of hours worked. When an employer oversteps the boundary of the law, Meal
and Rest Break Attorney Damien Miranda is prepared to help the employee seek justice and financial compensation for every missed break or meal period.
As an experienced Employment Lawyer, Mr. Miranda provides the highest quality of service and personal representation to employees in a range of employment law
matters. Our employment law firm has earned a positive reputation in the community by delivering successful results.
Because he has seen firsthand the devastating effect of workplace harassment, retaliation, and discrimination, Meal and Rest Break Lawyer Damien Miranda is
dedicated to protecting the rights of workers in disputes against their employers.
If you believe your employer has wrongfully denied you access to work-free break or meal periods, contact Southern California Meal and Rest Break Attorney Damien
Miranda for knowledgeable advice and counsel. Call (909) 484-9041 to schedule a free, initial consultation to discuss your situation and the way we can help put
the law on your side.
Meal and Rest Break Attorney Representation in Southern California
We understand how important break and meal periods are during your workday. If your employer has not allowed you to take regular breaks or lunch periods, or if your
employer has required you to work during your break or meal period, you may have grounds for legal action. California Labor Law sets forth the number of meal breaks
and rest breaks that employers must allow their employees to take. Employers found in violation are required to pay penalties. Southern California Meal and Rest Break
Attorney Damien Miranda can help determine if your employer has violated the law.
The following break and meal periods must be provided to non-exempt, non-salaried
For every 5 hours worked, an employee must take a meal break when the shift exceeds six
When an employee works over 10 hours in a shift, two 30-minute uninterrupted meal
breaks must be given.
A 10-minute rest period must be given for each four-hour shift.
A 30-minute meal break and two ten-minute rest breaks are required for those working an
8 hour shift.
Employees must not be required to work during the meal break or eat at their desks. Although
employees may choose to not take their rest breaks, all meal breaks are mandatory. Failure to
provide adequate rest and meal breaks in accordance with California Labor Laws can result in
your employer being required to compensate employees up to an additional two hours of pay per day for missed breaks.
Southern California Meal and Rest Break Attorney Damien Miranda is prepared to advocate for your rights and help you get justice.
Contact a Skilled Southern California Meal and Rest Break Lawyer Today
With extensive experience protecting the rights of workers, Employment Attorney Damien Miranda understands the way employers take unfair advantage of their employees. Whether you are being asked to skip
taking a break or whether you are being asked to take your lunch at your desk to answer the phone if it rings, we can help you stand up for your rights.
Call (909) 484-9041 to discuss the details of your situation with Southern California Meal and Rest Break Attorney Damien J. Miranda. We offer an initial consultation free of charge, and you will learn the ways
our office is prepared to fight for your rights. You may also contact us online.
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Attorney Damien J. Miranda of DJM Law, serves all Southern California including the following Cities:
Fontana, Rancho Cucamonga, Upland, West Covina, Diamond Bar, Pomona, Jurupa Valley, Rialto, Chino, Chino Hills, San Bernardino, Montclair, Colton, Ontario
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