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If you are an employee in or near San Diego, CA with a wage claim, you can file your wage claim at the San Diego office of the California Labor Commissioner. The San Diego Labor Commissioner accepts the following types of wage claims:

You have reached www.wage-claims.com, a website run by Strauss & Strauss, APC, a law firm that handles wage-and-hour claims throughout California. If you are looking for the San Diego Labor Commissioner, it’s office is located at:
7575 Metropolitan Drive, Room 210
San Diego, CA 92108

The telephone number of the San Bernardino Labor Board’s office is (909) 383-4334.
If, however, you are looking for an attorney for your wage claim, you can visit our contact page for the contact information for Strauss & Strauss.

Remember, you can be represented by an attorney in your San Bernardino wage claim. You may need an experienced wage claim attorney to ensure that you can maximize your claim for unpaid wages, like unpaid overtime or unpaid commissions.

Strauss & Strauss represents San Bernardino employees in wage claims. We only get paid if we win your case. Contact us for a free wage claim consultation, or call us toll free at (805) 641-6600.

2 comments

  1. Do you handle prevailing wage cases? I was hired to perform a job that pays $18.80 per hour, but from the first day, I was placed in a position and performing duties for a job that pays about $22.89 per hour until I resigned.

    1. Yes, we do handle prevailing wage cases. I would have to review your exact situation, as well as the prevailing wage for a worker of your class, you evaluate the strength of your claim. Please give us a call so we can review your situation.

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