Don’t Stand for Employment Offences

We’re Here to Fight for You 
The modern workplace can be a difficult arena to navigate, especially when you don’t understand your rights. If you feel you’ve been treated unfairly or unjustly at your job, you may have a case for legal recourse. This is where we come in.

At Fears Law, we lead a team of experienced attorneys who understand many facets of workplace discrimination and misconduct, and we are ready to fight on your behalf. Call us today for a free case evaluation if you feel you’ve fallen victim to:

  • Wrongful Termination
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Discrimination
  • Unpaid Wages
  • Hostile Work Environment

At Fears Law, we understand it can be difficult to address and articulate these experiences to others. This is why our attorneys treat every case with the care and compassion you would expect from friends and family to ensure your voice is heard and your case is made.

If you’re unsure what constitutes actionable workplace offenses, read our areas of expertise below for a better understanding.

Wrongful Termination 
Many employees who’ve been wrongfully terminated do not know they may have options. If you feel you’ve been terminated without just cause or fired for an illegal reason, your case may fall under wrongful termination. Federal anti-discrimination laws were put into place to ensure American workers are not terminated based on race, age, gender or religion, or retaliation. If you feel you’ve been fired for any of these reasons, our team of confident attorneys are prepared to review your case.

Sexual Harassment 
Harassing an employee, client, or applicant in a sexual nature is illegal. Even incidents of teasing, flirting, or unwanted advances, while not unlawful on their own, are illegal when they interfere with an employee’s or applicant’s ability to work. It is also illegal to use sex as a basis for discrimination in firing, demoting, or creating a hostile work environment for an employee. If you feel you’ve been targeted or violated in a sexual way, our team of confident attorneys are prepared to review your case.

It is illegal to discriminate based on race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, or age within the American workforce. All employees or applicants denied employment, promotions or suitable accommodations and working conditions based on any of these criteria may have a case for workplace discrimination. If you feel you’ve been discriminated against based on your identity, we’re ready to review your case.

Unpaid Wages 
If you feel you are owed unpaid wages, compensation, or commissions, or if your employer paid you less than minimum wage or withheld overtime, PTO, or leave pay, you may have a case for legal recourse. Our experienced attorneys are ready to fight on your behalf to get you every penny owed to you.

Hostile Work Environment 
Many people do not realize they are working under conditions that constitute a hostile working environment. If you regularly experience sexual harassment, discrimination, verbal or physical abuse, you may be in a hostile work environment. If you feel you’re the victim of a hostile work environment our attorneys are standing by to review your case.

Take The First Step
It can sometimes be difficult to assess the difference between impolite and illegal workplace behavior, so we strongly recommend that you keep thorough documentation of all misconduct directed at you including emails, text messages, recordings, or any other exhibits that will serve as evidence to support your claim. This will help our attorneys build the strongest case so that we may get you the compensation you deserve. Above all, if you feel your safety or life is at risk as a result of your work environment, leave immediately and contact law enforcement.

Let us help you!

Don’t stand for discrimination. Our expert attorneys are here to help you understand your rights and fight for justice.