If you have been harassed or suffered a form of harassment in your workplace, been discriminated against, or denied medical leave, I can help. The law guarantees all employees equal opportunity to be employed without regard for race, sex, religion, color, national origin, age, disability, and veteran status. All employees should be free to work without harassment, in a non hostile work environment and without fearing retaliation for asserting their legal rights.
Employees are also entitled to receive proper wages for the hours worked and the benefits promised by their employers as part of their compensation. Employees should not have to struggle with their employers to receive their pay, nor with insurance companies to receive medical or disability benefits.
Wrongful discharge, sexual harassment, retaliation, discrimination and failure to honor obligations for wages and benefits can have a serious economic impact on employees and their families. The loss of a job or barriers to advancement can also take a heavy physical and emotional toll.
I want to give you peace of mind. If I accept your case, I will work tirelessly to see that the injustice is stopped and you are made whole.
“Just wanted to thank you again for a job well done. It was satisfying to see my boss have to explain what he did. That alone was worth the money. Winning the case was the icing on the cake!”
“Thanks again for the wonderful job you did for me and my family in getting my benefits reinstated. The letter you wrote to the insurance company was extremely well written and I think, key in resolving the issues. I feel the letter clearly stated the facts and gave the insurance company few options. You managed to get doctors reports in a very timely fashion that I couldn’t get over the last year. Without you, Lori, and Dr. Rosenberg working on my case I have no doubt that I would not be collecting benefits from the insurance companies, and my life would be in shambles. I will direct any future issues I have with the insurance companies to your attention.”
Respectfully and Sincerely,