Our employment law attorneys can help if you have been treated unfairly at work. They can work to secure the justice you deserve. We provide complimentary consultations to review the details of your case.
All of us, rich and poor, whether you're a janitor or a CEO of a Fortune 500 company, have something inside that knows when they're not being treated fairly. Many times when someone comes to our office, they're unsure if a law has been broken, they're unsure if they have a case, but they know that they've been treated unfairly and they know something is not right, that people shouldn't be treated the way they've been treated. When you've been treated unfairly in the workplace, you can come see an attorney immediately. It doesn't mean that the attorney has to take an action and file a lawsuit against your employer. I think a lot of people don't understand that. You don't have to wait until you're fired to come see an attorney and to know your rights. Probably our most routine cases are whistle blowers, people who are trying to do the right thing, women who are being sexually harassed, pregnant women who once they tell their boss that they're pregnant are forced out of the workplace and treated differently. African American individuals who are not promoted and/or who are not hired unfairly. Every person in this country has a right to work and be treated fairly. If you feel you've been wronged in any way or mistreated at work, don't hesitate to give us a call. We can sit down with you, talk to you, and tell you what your rights are. We're happy to do it.