Sometimes employees or individuals who believe they are a
victim of an unlawful employment or civil rights violation fail
to seek legal advice. They may be scared, blame themselves,
or are hoping the unlawful treatment will stop on its own.
Waiting to address this problem is a serious mistake. It can
prolong the unlawful treatment and it can also result in their
losing the opportunity to pursue administrative and civil
remedies. For example, there are certain time limitations
imposed under state and federal law which if not followed,
could bar the claim. A qualified attorney should be involved
from the beginning to assist the individual.
Sometimes employers or individuals who are accused of these
types of violations fail to seek advice. They may be scared,
want to try to fix it on their own, or worse, do not recognize
the seriousness of their legal situation. This can result in
greater liability, financial exposure, and missing critical
response deadlines imposed under state and federal law.
A qualified attorney should be involved from the beginning
to counsel the individual.
Employment & Civil Rights Law covers several potential
claims under state and federal law such as:
If you are the employee, employer or any other individual
where the above circumstances may apply, it is critical
that you contact an experienced employment and civil
rights attorney to assist you.
O'Neil Law LLC represents employees, employers, and
other individuals in employment and civil rights cases.
Unless there is a conflict and depending on the facts
of the case, the firm represents plaintiffs and defendants.
Shawn is an experienced trial attorney who will review and
evaluate your case. He will also discuss potential options you
may have. Shawn has extensive experience negotiating with
adverse parties and insurance companies. He will work
diligently to secure a reasonable settlement in advance of
trial, but is prepared to advocate your case in front of a
jury if necessary.
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