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Employers are required to protect their employees and take reasonable measures to prevent dangerous accidents, as well as providing a clean workplace. Additionally, employers may ignore laws that are in place to protect workers from harassment, discrimination and other wrongful conduct. Employers may also ignore important safety regulations or laws, which provide workers with time off to take care of a sick family member or with fair wages. As a result of certain employment laws, benefits like health insurance, workers’ compensation or unemployment compensation may be required.

If you believe that you have been wrongfully treated, terminated or abused at work, I would welcome the opportunity to speak with you about it. You can call me or if you prefer, email me for a free, no obligation consultation to discuss your rights and options.

• Discrimination
• Harassment
• Termination
• Hostile Work Environment
• Unequal Treatment
• Unfair Labor Practices
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• Retaliation
• Wrongful Failure to Comply with Union Contract
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