The Spiggle Law Firm (TSLF) represents clients across five states and covers a variety of employment law practice areas.
Maybe management is penalizing you because you are pregnant. Perhaps your supervisor fired you without so much as a good reason, or you’ve been punished for leaving work early to care for your sick child. You don’t make it your business to run off and hire lawyers, but this is outrageous.
Losing your job or facing discrimination is a lonely experience. Management can rely on professionals with expertise in employment law. They have lots of advisors. You have trusted advisors, too. But they are probably not trained in employment law and litigation. That can change. We are Virginia employment lawyers. We are trial lawyers. And if you take the next step, we can be your lawyers.
The Spiggle Law Firm (TSLF) represents clients across five states and covers a variety of employment law practice areas. Since opening its doors in 2009, our Virginia employment lawyers have negotiated millions in wrongful employment settlements and become a trusted and respected advocate for those facing discrimination, retaliation, and harassment in the workplace.
A wide variety of solutions may be available to you if you endure discrimination, harassment, wage violations, or other harm in the workplace.
Potential remedies a Virginia employment attorney may be able to use include:
Wrongdoing in the workplace can involve numerous different areas of state, federal and even local county-level law, as well as delicate circumstances that require a thorough knowledge of relevant case precedents and procedures. It is important to give careful consideration to actions, but it is equally important to avoid delay, because the time to file a claim for most incidents of wrongdoing is limited under the law.
If you believe you suffered from illegal conduct in the workplace, call the Spiggle Law Firm today to meet with a qualified Virginia employment lawyer. During this confidential consultation, you could learn about your options to preserve your rights and obtain any financial compensation to which you may be entitled.