You could experience resistance when trying to take family leave time. It could be an explicit message or threat. You may have knowledge of corporate wrongdoing by your employer or a government contractor. You may have been fired on account of your race, age, or disability.
Any one of these or other problems in the workplace should cause you to seek the advice of an employment lawyer. And as with other legal problems, the sooner you seek help, the better.
Alan Lescht & Associates, P.C., in Washington, D.C., is a team of employment lawyers with extensive experience in cases involving discrimination, wrongful termination, retaliation, sexual harassment and other employment law violations. If we believe that your employment rights have been violated, our law firm will vigorously represent you to protect your rights.
If something has happened at work that's not right, take action today. Contact Alan Lescht & Associates, P.C., to speak with an attorney.
Not every offensive action in the workplace rises to the level of an actionable case. We will provide you with an honest assessment of your situation. If we believe that your fears are exaggerated or that you have little to worry about, we will tell you. If we cannot help you or we are not the best one to handle your case, we can refer you to another law firm.
However, if we believe that your employer has violated the law and that you are entitled to redress, our law firm will vigorously represent you at all stages of the legal process.
When to hire an employment lawyer? If you believe that your employer has violated the law, the time is now. Waiting too long can harm your ability to obtain compensation and justice. During that time, you may say or do something that could serve to justify your termination or an adverse employment action. Get legal help today.
For a consultation, contact Alan Lescht & Associates, P.C. We offer free case evaluations for people who have lost their jobs, and we charge a reasonable flat fee for other consultations.