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Experienced Employment Lawyers

Experienced Employment Lawyers

If you are having difficulty at work but you are still employed:

Many of our clients are having trouble at work because of race discrimination, disability discrimination, gender discrimination, sexual harassment, religious discrimination, age discrimination and/or retaliation, but they are still employed. A consultation with one of our experienced employment attorneys is critical in these instances because they will give you a step-by-step plan on how to handle your situation at work to assist you in improving your work environment. They can also give you advice on how to protect yourself.

If your employer has terminated your employment:

At your initial consultation, our employment attorneys will assess whether you’ve been wrongfully terminated from your employment. They look for evidence of discrimination, retaliation or any other violations of state or federal law such as lack of over-time pay or failure to follow the Family Medical Leave Act. If you have a claim, they will educate you on the options you have, including filing charges with the Equal Employment Opportunities Commission (EEOC), Ohio Civil Rights Commission (OCRC) or a lawsuit. Dianne and Mary will pursue the matter to its fullest to get the best results possible for their clients.

If you have been denied unemployment compensation:

You must pay close attention to any deadlines established for appeal of the decision, denying the claim.  Contact us immediately so that we can assist in navigating through the unemployment compensation process.

If your employer is asking you to sign a non-compete agreement or severance agreement:

If your employer is asking you to sign a non-compete agreement, you need to have a consultation with one of our experienced employment lawyers to determine whether you should sign such an agreement. Some non-compete agreements are too broad. If you sign one of these agreements, you might not be able to work in your industry for a significant amount of time once you leave the employment of your employer. You could also be susceptible to a lawsuit in the event you sign one of these agreements. Signing these agreements without a legal consultation could significantly affect your career and your financial well-being. Dianne and Mary also review severance agreements. They interview clients with severance agreements to determine whether they have been wrongfully terminated. When a client has a claim and the offer of severance is not high enough, they will assist the client in negotiating a higher severance package. They will also ensure that the language of the agreement is fair to the client and that the client understands what she/he is signing.  Our experienced employment attorneys will protect your best interests.

If you have been injured at work:

If you are injured at work, you may be entitled to collect Workers' Compensation for your injuries, including payment for your medical treatment and a portion of your lost wages for missing work as a result of your injuries. You may also be eligible to receive a permanent award. After an injury, you should contact us immediately so that there is no delay in getting you Workers' Compensation and so you do not miss any deadlines. You will work with our experienced attorneys and our paralegal Doug Hunter, who has over 20 years of experience in Workers' Compensation, to get you through the process.

We also provide legal advice to employers

Because a significant portion of our attorneys' practice is advising employees, they have a unique perspective when advising employers. They know first-hand what attorneys look for in determining whether an employee has a claim against an employer. As a result, they can provide practical advice to prevent employers from making mistakes when disciplining or handling their employees. They also can draft non-compete and non-solicitation agreements, severance agreements, contracts of employment and handbooks.

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