Were you unlawfully classified by The Coding Network, LLC?

A new lawsuit against The Coding Network, LLC alleges that the company unlawfully classified medical coders as independent contractors when they should have been classified as employees.

Improper classification of workers is a violation of California and Federal labor law.

In the last 5 years, if you worked

  • at least 1 hour as a medical coder for The Coding Network
  • while residing in California,

you may be entitled to be named in our multi-million dollar lawsuit

Contact the attorneys at Workplace Rights Law Group to find out more

*There are no guarantees in litigation with regard to the result.

ATTN: California Media Coders

Up to $20,000 Class Representative Award

Those who act early could earn a Class Representative Award of up to $20,000. This is an incentive award that compensates individuals for serving as the lead plaintiff and working on behalf of the entire class.

Can I get fired for participating in a class action lawsuit against my employer?

No, there are federal and California laws that protect employees from being fired or retaliated against by their employers for participating in a class action lawsuit against their employer.

About Workplace Rights Law Group

Workplace Rights Law Group fights for California employee rights, and we’ve won our clients millions of dollars in settlements.

Our class action lawyers in California represented employers for years, so we know their defenses and what tactics work best in settlement negotiations.

We want to give our clients individualized attention, so we won’t take every case. However, we offer a free case review to determine if your class-action lawsuit in California might be a good fit for our skills.