Both state and federal laws protect employees against discrimination, harassment, wage and hour violations, and other examples of unfair treatment.
Unfortunately, many employees are not aware of these legal rights. Many endure unfair and illegal treatment by their employers, not knowing that what they are experiencing is actually against the law.
At Cutter Law P.C., we stand up for employees. If you suspect something is wrong and you wish to speak to an employment law attorney, please do not hesitate to contact us. Your case evaluation is free.
Find out more about how we can help in your employment-related matter:
Wrongful termination: Being fired because of a pregnancy, your race, age, sexual orientation or gender is wrong. The attorneys at Cutter Law believe in standing up for those who have been fired for unsuitable reasons. If your employer illegally fired you, you deserve to learn about your legal options.
Wage and hour claims: Employers have a responsibility to compensate their employees for their work. Sometimes employers shirk their responsibilities and their employees suffer as a result. Employees may have a wage and hour claim if they are not paid overtime wages, not given appropriate breaks, not given appropriate meal times or not given vacation or sick leave.
Whistleblower protection: Do you think your workplace or job could be ripping off the government? A whistleblower can choose to anonymously hold his or her employer accountable for its actions. You can “blow the whistle” on corporate greed or wrongdoing by calling out your employer for defrauding the local, state or federal government. The attorneys at Cutter Law are skilled in whistleblower and qui tam litigation.
Consumer deception: Do you think your workplace or job is ripping off its customers? Consumer deception happens when a company engages in deceitful or fraudulent practices. This means that a company could be billing customers more than they agreed to, failing to provide a service or perhaps providing lower-quality service than customers expect. Help Cutter Law stand up for consumers nationwide by reporting these practices.
It can be difficult to speak out against an employer or a company that is engaging in illegal behavior. However, it is important to remember that the law protects employees and whistleblowers. You can talk to an attorney in a strictly confidential consultation to learn more about your options.
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If you believe you or a loved one may have an employment or civil law case, contact the attorneys at Cutter Law for a free case evaluation. Call 888-285-3333.