Determined Columbus Employment Discrimination Lawyers Protect Your Rights
Dedicated, competent attorneys go to battle for you
If you have been the victim of labor and employment law violations, such as discrimination, unpaid overtime or wrongful termination, you may be entitled to recover damages. When your employer violates your rights, we help you make things right.
Trusted counsel when you need it most
There are many laws in place to protect the rights of employees. Antidiscrimination laws include the following:
Several federal and state agencies oversee labor and employment discrimination claims, and case law continues to change and evolve. One thing is certain — when you file a claim against your employer, you will face a well-paid attorney. You need someone fighting for you, too. The Law Offices of Andrew Alitowski, P.A. is ready to be your steadfast advocate. We understand the complicated, constantly changing laws and regulations and the tricks companies use to cover up violations. We may secure a quick settlement offer from your employer to adequately compensate you for your damages, and if not, we commence litigation. Discrimination cases we handle include the following:
- Race and national origin discrimination — Employees may be treated unfavorably because of their race or ethnicity.
- Pregnancy discrimination — Pregnancy discrimination involves treating a woman unfavorably because of pregnancy, childbirth or a medical condition related to pregnancy or childbirth.
- Gender discrimination — You may receive lower pay or be denied a promotion simply because of your gender.
- Religious discrimination — Religious discrimination involves treating applicants or employees unfavorably because of their religious beliefs
- Hostile work environment — This involves discriminatory conduct or behavior in the workplace that is offensive to the employee.
- Whistleblowing — Your employer is prohibited from punishing you or retaliating against you for disclosing violations or corruption.
- Family and Medical Leave Act claims — The FMLA entitles eligible employees of covered employers to take unpaid, job-protected leave for specified family and medical reasons with continuation of group health insurance coverage under the same terms and conditions as if the employee had not taken leave.
Call a Columbus employment lawyer for a free consultation
The Law Offices of Andrew Alitowski, P.A. is knowledgeable, proactive and accessible. When you have been the victim of discrimination, let us protect your rights and be your advocate for fairness. We provide an honest, free evaluation of your case. Call us at 888.275.2637 24 hours a day, seven days a week or contact us online. Let us go to work for you.