New York, New Jersey & Connecticut Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) Lawyers
Why Competent Legal Representation is Important in Employment Law Cases
If you have ever found yourself embroiled in a legal battle with your employer, then you understand the frustration and anxiety that comes with it. It can be especially difficult if the employee has been fired unjustly, but the law works in favor of the employer. This is where competent legal representation comes into play.
Getting Legal Help
When it comes to employment law cases, one should get someone fully armed and legally prepared to evaluate and prosecute their case. Many employees who were wronged on the workplace are usually unsure whether they have a strong case until they talk to an experienced employment lawyer who knows precisely what to look for.
It’s worth noting that not everyone has the right to sue their employer under at-will laws that exist in states like New York, Connecticut, and New Jersey. Typically, employers do not require notice when terminating an employee without cause. Injustice can occur in these circumstances; however, it may not necessarily provide grounds for a lawsuit.
What Laws Protect You?
While wrongful termination claims are difficult under at-will laws, some employees may still have additional protections against discrimination that prohibit employers from discriminating against them. Civil service or union members are likely to have added protections provided by their organizations in such cases; if experiencing discrimination happens within these protected categories, victims could be entitled to compensation.
Every case is unique and requires careful assessment because facts matter significantly. Among the issues qualifying under legal provision include sexual harassment claims, unpaid overtime claims due to work tasks beyond regular hours worked without proper remuneration. Other things qualifying include employment discrimination based on nationality or gender identity.
Representation of Employee Rights
Our lawyers are adept at representing employees rights when filing complaints on issues surrounding Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). That includes examining administrative hearings alongside judicial appeals and conducting investigations while proceeding with litigations along both state and federal levels.
When to Pursue Your Claim
If your employer wronged you, the law empowers you to pursue a claim. If an employee feels discriminated against in the workplace, they have the right to file monetary reimbursement resulting from damages suffered as a result of discrimination.
The EEOC investigates discriminatory practices based on national origin, age, disability, religion, pregnancy, gender identity and other factors. In case of facing wrongful dismissal claims due to adverse reactions resulting from complaints for claims or being a whistleblower with information protection rights.
Why Legal Representation Matters
The law lacks uniformity when it comes to protecting employees rights regarding treatment in workplaces. It ensues matters that receive legal representation; otherwise, injustice often afflicts the powerless. We advocate for employees rights and handle various cases concerning workplace bullying cum hostile working setting situations requiring EEOC intervention involving sexual harassment, employer retaliation, whistleblowing harassment along with baseless terminations.
Injustice anywhere is an affront on justice; therefore, the EEOC will investigate any unfair practice related to hiring or firing processes. Employers found guilty of such practices could face compensation claims filed by aggrieved employees under competent legal representation provided by experienced and proficient lawyers who have negotiated such complaints before.
NEW JERSEY CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEYS