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Knowledgeable Legal Advocates For Employee Retaliation

Employee retaliation is an illegal practice that punishes workers who stand up for their rights or who attempt to report wrongdoing. Unfortunately, employment laws and regulations have many loopholes, and it can be challenging to prove retaliation. If you believe you were retaliated against, the attorneys at Freid, Gallagher, Taylor, & Associates, P.C., can help you get your deserved justice.

It is essential that you talk to one of our attorneys as soon as possible because this area of the law is highly complex, and the law does not provide a remedy for every unfair employment decision. Our employment law attorneys will explore whether you may have a case in an initial telephone consultation. You can contact our law firm now at 989-498-6820 to schedule your free consultation.

Understanding Employer Retaliation

If you were fired, demoted, or suspended, or had your job duties removed or your pay reduced because you challenged unlawful or discriminatory actions on the part of your employer, you may have been retaliated against unlawfully. If you participated in an investigation by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) or the Department of Civil Rights on behalf of yourself or others, and the employer took adverse action against you afterward, you may have been retaliated against unlawfully. In these cases, you may have a retaliation claim.

Potential Retaliation Claim Challenges

Some employees may have to file with the EEOC or another agency by a specific date to protect their rights. Victims of retaliation must also review their employee handbook and employment agreements, like an arbitration agreement, to determine other deadlines. Our lawyers can help you determine the deadlines for filing a claim in your first meeting.

Get Immediate Help In Your Free Consultation

After your free initial consultation, we will spend all the time necessary to meet with you to fully explore whether you may have a case. Michigan is an at-will employment state, so we have to evaluate whether there is enough evidence of the retaliation to succeed. Do not wait to contact us now by calling 989-498-6820 or by sending us an email. There are strict time limits that will prevent you from recovering any compensation unless you take immediate action.