New York City Employment LawyerContingency and Reduced Fee Plans Available
Your employer is Goliath, and his forces are arrayed against you. We level the battlefield. In appropriate cases, contingency plans and reduced fee plans are available.25 Years Representing Employees in New York City
We have over 25 years of experience representing employees in New York City. In Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens and the Bronx, we have represented hundreds of employees. We are glad and proud to provide help, to resolve disputes, and to take matters to court to right the wrongs that our clients have lived with day to day.We Listen
You have been being treated badly at work. You need a New York City employment lawyer to see if anything can be done. We understand how stressful it is to be subjected to unfair treatment at work, to suffer discrimination, and to suffer wrongful termination. Your phone consultation will be free. The help may be invaluable.We Analyze
We will analyze your problem to see if there is anything that we can do about the discrimination or wrongful termination you have suffered.We Act
We will help you resolve your problem with your employer. We will make contact. And we will dedicate our 25 years of experience to represent you in court and right the discrimination or wrongful termination that you have suffered.
If you are treated unfairly at your job or experience wrongful termination, we can help you to determine if your employer has acted in violation of law. You may have been subjected to discrimination or been deprived of wages, compensation and benefits, or been the victim of retaliation. Your employer may be offering you a severance agreement to get you to give up legitimate legal claims for the wrongful conduct of the employer. Employment law is a complex area, and there are many Federal, New York State, and New York City laws which protect you, even in situations where you don’t have a written employment contract or a union.
If you feel that you have been unfairly and illegally treated, by all means contact us by phone or by email, and we will be glad to review your options with you. If we make an office appointment with you, it will be very helpful if you spend some time reviewing the facts of your case and any documentation that you have relating to your case so you know what to bring us, as our analysis will depend on your particular circumstances, and what legal remedies the law might provide in your particular case. You may be entitled to compensation to help make up for the harm that the employer caused. If your employer refuses to take responsibility for its illegal conduct, the scales need to be balanced so that the wages and benefits that you have lost and the toll on your emotional well being are recognized and made up for. In some cases, punitive damages may be appropriate to send a message to the employer that its illegal conduct and policies are not acceptable, now or in the future. We will help you decide the best strategy for you and your situation, which may include attempts to negotiate with your employer or, if the employer is not reasonable, to go to court.