Dublin Employment Law Attorney

Dublin Employment Law Attorney

When a labor rights violation occurs, an affected employee has the right to take action. At the law office of Coffman Legal, LLC, we can help.

While the specifics vary depending on industry, all employees in Dublin, Ohio have certain protected rights, such as the right to work in a safe workplace, the right to work in a discrimination- and harassment-free workplace, and the right to engage in certain protected activities without retaliation, such as filing a workers’ compensation claim or exercising the right to vote.

Despite the various federal and state labor laws that protect employees, however, employers regularly breach employees rights, taking advantage of employees’ labor or engaging in unscrupulous and unlawful practices. When a labor rights violation occurs, an affected employee has the right to take action. At the law office of Coffman Legal, LLC, we can help. Reach out to our legal team today for a free consultation.

You Have Protected Rights as a Dublin Employee

As an employee in Dublin, you have specific rights. Our employers are passionate about protecting these rights, and can represent you in bringing forth a complaint or a civil action against your employer in regards to any of the following:

  • Unpaid wage or unpaid overtime violations;
  • Unlawful termination or retaliation;
  • Whistleblower rights;
  • Exercising a protected right;
  • Workplace discrimination;
  • Workplace harassment;
  • Paid or unpaid leave violations;
  • OSHA violations; and
  • More.

If you have questions about what your rights are as an employee in a specific industry in Dublin, do not hesitate to reach out to our legal team – we can provide the accurate answers you’re looking for.

Your Rights Following an Employment Law Violation

If your rights as a laborer in our state have been breached, both federal and state laws protect your right to bring forth a labor complaint with the appropriate agency or a lawsuit in federal or state court. If filing a complaint with an administrative agency, the complaint will be investigated. If the agency investigating your claim finds that your rights have been breached, they may find that you are entitled to certain remedies. Remedies might include reinstatement to your original position, payment for back pay or front pay, compensatory damages, compensation for legal fees, punitive damages, liquidated damages, and more. If you file a lawsuit, you will collect the evidence to prove your claim. Regardless if filing an administrative complaint or a lawsuit, guidance and representation from an experienced employment attorney can make all the difference.

Why Choose the Office of Coffman Legal, LLC?

Choosing an experienced employment lawyer for representation in your claim and case against your employer is strongly recommended. Working with a skilled employment lawyer who knows the law and has a history of success in managing cases like yours can improve the outcome of your case. Our employment attorney has years of experienced representing employees whose rights have been violated, has been recognized by Super Lawyers for four consecutive years, and is passionate about helping people, especially those who are victims of unlawful actions and aren’t sure where to turn.

Our employment law firm offers free consultations for all prospective clients and is happy to sit down with you to discuss your case and your options today without charge. Further, there is no obligation to hire our employment law attorney after your consultation, and if you do choose our employment law firm, our employment attorney most often agrees to representation on a contingency fee basis.

Call Coffman Legal, LLC Today

For your free consultation with a skilled Dublin employment law attorney, please call Coffman Legal, LLC today or send our law firm a message telling us more about your case. We promise to work hard for you.

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