Skilled Employment Law Attorneys Protecting You At Every Step
Relationships between employers and employees can be strong or tenuous. For the latter, that weakness often surfaces in the forms of unethical business behavior, sexual harassment and numerous other types of harassment. That employer-employee link is permanently damaged in such situations.
If you as an employee have experienced a similar situation at work, you need to seek the knowledgeable advice of an employment law attorney. When an employer has violated your rights, the attorneys of Hurley Law, of Middletown, Ohio, will advocate and fight for you. We provide our top-notch legal services to clients throughout southwest Ohio.
Discrimination, Retaliation And Wrongful Termination
Our attorneys aggressively represent Ohio clients in employment law cases pertaining to:
- Employment discrimination: This area covers a gamut of unlawful behavior by employers and includes discrimination based on gender, age, race, religion, disability and sexual orientation.
- Sexual harassment: The workplace is supposed to be a safe place. However, physical assault, demeaning comments, unwanted advancements and other forms of sexual harassment continue to occur in the workplace.
- Whistleblower retaliation: When you see something illegal and file a complaint with human resources, you should not be punished. However, some employers illegally terminate whistleblowers.
- Wrongful termination: These situation may surface when a worker attempts to organize a union, take medical leave or is retaliated against for being a whistleblower.
- Severance pay negotiations: You deserve rightful and respectable severance pay after a layoff puts you out of a job. This includes executive separation agreements.
- Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) situations: This federal law provides up to 12 weeks of unpaid leave for eligible employees in situations such as medical and family emergencies. An employer cannot fire you for taking FMLA leave.
- Unpaid wage disputes: This may include workers seeking their rightful minimum and overtime wages. Our attorneys also have represented workers in class action lawsuits.
- Employment contracts: Our attorneys review contracts between employers and employees to ensure that they are legal and that employers are not taking advantage of the people working for them.
You have devoted a good portion of your life working for your employer. You deserve better. Unfair and illegal treatment by your employer must be addressed with legal action.
Get A Free Consultation From An Employment Attorney
If you need a reliable team of attorneys who understand employment law and are prepared to protect your interests, please contact Hurley Law, in Middletown, Ohio. We provide free initial consultations. Contact us now at 513-318-9893.