Misclassification occurs when an employer misclassifies an employee as an independent contractor. By classifying employees as independent contractors, employers can easily deprive employees of many benefits, including, overtime pay, vacation pay, health insurance, employer-sponsored retirement plans, and expense reimbursements. Misclassified employees also do not receive unemployment and workers’ compensation benefits to which they are entitled to under California law. Companies often misclassify employees as independent contractors in order to reduce operating costs and also to avoid paying state and federal taxes.
If you feel that your employment status has been misclassified, you may be entitled to lost wages and other damages from your current or former employer. The Law Offices of Jual F. Reyes has a proven track record in helping misclassified employees. The firm is managed by Jual F. Reyes who has extensive experience in handling employee misclassification cases in California.
The Law Offices of Jual F. Reyes not only represents employees, but also employers who are accused of employee misclassification. In fact, Mr. Reyes has successfully defended numerous employers and business entities faced with allegations of employee misclassification which makes him a top choice of California business owners.
If you are in need of a law firm that will provide step-by-step legal guidance and consultation, contact the Law Offices of Jual F. Reyes today. You may reach our office by calling 877-242-4410