Yes. Employers and their insurance companies have experienced lawyers on their side. Because of the different laws protecting employees’ rights, it is important to have an experienced employment lawyer represent you. Having a skilled and experienced lawyer representing you will level the playing field against your former employer. Many victims of illegal employment make the mistake of not consulting with an experienced employment lawyer. An employment lawyer can explain to you your rights, whether you have an employment case and, if so, what damages you may be entitled to receive under the law.
Our guide, How to Choose an Employment Lawyer, provides answers to questions you may have about hiring the right lawyer for your employment law case.
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