Hostile Work Environment & Employment Retailiation Lawyer Serving Florida and Georgia

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Employer retaliation is a term used to describe the punishment of employees for taking part in a legally protected activity. It includes any negative actions involving an employee’s job, such as demotion, firing, discipline, salary reduction, and job or shift reassignment, but it can also refer to subtler actions. Federal laws have been designed to protect employees’ legal rights with provisions making acts of retaliation illegal.

Proving that workplace retaliation has occurred can be a challenge. The good news is that our employment law attorney has the experience necessary to determine whether you’ve been the victim of illegal retaliation by your employer. If you’ve filed a claim for workplace discrimination or even discussed the filing of such a claim, your employer may understandably feel threatened. They may accordingly conduct themselves in a manner that is intended to intimidate you in an attempt to prevent you from pursuing further legal action. When you feel that your employer has created a hostile work environment, reach out to The Leach Firm, P.A. to have our employment discrimination lawyer help you build an effective case.

Defend Your Legal Rights with Our Employee Retaliation Attorney

Our firm brings more than 50 years of combined litigation experience to each client we represent, so you can rest assured that we have what it takes to provide aggressive representation for your case. Get in touch with us to arrange a visit for your free consultation when you’d like to discuss your situation with our attorney. After we’ve spoken with you about the details surrounding the alleged retaliation and provided the legal care you deserve, we’ll have a solid foundation for forming a case against your employer.

Standing Up to Abusive Behavior in the Workplace

If you’ve been injured on the job, filing a claim for workers’ compensation can reflect poorly upon your employer and make them appear negligent. This may cause them to retaliate against you. When you suspect behavior that indicates retaliation, reach out to our lawyer for further legal information. No matter what type of action your employer has taken against you, you may be entitled to receive compensation if their actions are proven to be illegal. When you work with our lawyer, we never charge you for any legal fees unless we recover the compensation you deserve. Se Habla Español.

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