Ohio Wrongful Termination Attorney
There are many terms for losing your job. You can be let go, laid off, demoted, reduced, cut, discharged, terminated, or fired. No matter what they call it, if your employer violated a state, federal, or administrative law, our employment law attorney can help.
Wrongful Discharge Lawyer Rayl L. Stepter Fighting for Your Rights Since 1993
We will dig into the details and thoroughly investigate your case. Where a legal claim exists, we will gather evidence, interview witnesses, and seek compensation from your employer. We are available both to negotiate valid claims in lieu of filing a lawsuit and to file a lawsuit to recover damages on your behalf.
You can rely on the skills and experience of Columbus attorney Rayl L. Stepter, a board certified employment law specialist. Contact our law firm today for effective representation at a competitive price.
To have legal standing, your employer must have broken a law. Unfair and/or unethical conduct alone is not necessarily illegal. For example, if you were fired because of your gender, race, age, religion, national origin, or disability, your employer may have broken federal and/or state employment discrimination laws. To learn more about various legal claims, please visit the following pages:
- Sexual Harassment
- Age Discrimination
- Employment Contracts
- Family & Medical Leave Act
They may give you two weeks notice and a severance package, or come to your office with a box for your belongings and escort you to the door. But if your employer broke the law in terminating you, our board certified employment law specialist will make them pay the price.
Contact Stepter Law Office today.
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