First incorporated in 1914, Beverly Hills is home to over 34,000 full time residents and is home to several large companies, primarily in the entertainment and hospitality industries. In fact, hotels in Beverly Hills employ over 4,000 employees and talent and entertainment agencies employ over 3,000 employees. 1
An unfortunate reality of workplaces today is that employees often experience first hand various types of discrimination and injustice on the job. Based on statewide statistics, it's estimated that in 2012 there were 18 cases of employment discrimination filed by residents of Beverly Hills, and nearly 20,000 cases filed in all of California. 2
However only a small fraction of those who are wronged in the workplace ever take action. Hundreds of thousands of other employees throughout California and right here in Beverly Hills are discriminated against or treated improperly in the workplace, some for years and even decades, and they don't know where to turn for help.
Shegerian & Associates is an advocate for employee rights and will help fight for you to receive compensation for the injustices committed against you by your employer. Over the years we've helped hundreds of clients fight for their rights and have an over 95% success rate. Here are just a few local verdicts awarded to our clients:
Verdict in Disability Discrimination Case
April Rodriguez was awarded $16.5 million in punitive damages by a Los Angeles jury that found her former employer discriminated against her because of a mental disability and wrongfully fired her, bringing her total award to $21.7 million.
Discrimination Verdict For Beverly Hills Employee
Our client worked at a Beverly Hills drugstore and was harassed on the job from February of 2008 through January of 2009 due to an on-the-job injury she sustained. Our client won her harassment lawsuit, obtaining a verdict of $500,000.00 by a jury of twelve persons in Los Angeles.
Shegerian & Associates has experience in numerous areas of employment discrimination. Click on an area below for more details:
Figures are based on comparing the total California population and discrimination cases filed to the total population of Alhambra and are only an estimate.