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James Dal Bon

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Employment, Criminal

I have spent over twenty years representing employees (occasionally small employers) in their disputes over wages, sales commissions, bonuses, salarie... (more)

If you steal money from your job your employer will fire you and report you to the police.  You will walk out of your job humiliated and in handcuffs.

Yet when your employer steals money from you: fails to pay overtime and regular wages, commissions, bonuses, tips, stock options, forces you to pay for uniforms, makes mystery deductions from your pay, or refuses to pay your final paycheck chances are nothing will happen except an increase to their profit margin.

Report wage theft to the police and nine times they will tell you that its a “civil matter”. The same police department that will arrest you and charge you with a felony if you steal $1000 from your job, will do nothing when a corporation steals $100,000.00 per year from their employees’ wages.

When your employer steals your wages, call the Law Offices of James Dal Bon (408)466-5845, We can not charge your employer with a crime but we can make them pay you back the double the wages they stole from you, plus penalties, interest and even your attorney’s fees being forced to file a civil action to recover wages.

Call today to learn more about my fee structure.
Law Office of James Dal Bon
606 N. 1st St.
San Jose, CA 95112
37.3473248,-121.898461

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