Marietta Employment Lawyers
There are a number of situations in the workplace that could affect your career, your financial security, your personal health and safety, and your family. With experienced employment lawyers in Marietta, Barrett & Farahany, LLP can help you determine if you’re being treated fairly in the workplace, and if you’re not, to ensure that you have someone on your side to help you through the issues impacting your employment.
Successful Labor Attorney’s in Marrieta, GA
From unlawful termination suits to discrimination claims to compensation cases, our employment lawyers in Marietta have successfully fought to protect the rights of Georgia workers. We know the hardships you face because of someone else’s actions at work and understand you deserve to be treated equally, fairly and respectfully by your employer. We are on the side of the American worker, and in fact, we achieved the largest verdict in the nation in favor of a plaintiff who was denied rights under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA).
Trusted Employment Lawyer & Law Firm
While there are number of federal laws that protect workers, including Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Equal Pay Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act, an experienced labor law attorney can be beneficial for helping you navigate the complexities of the laws. If you are a worker in Marietta, we can help you secure the remedies you’re due when your employee rights are violated.
Our legal law practices include:
- Sex discrimination and sexual harassment
- Race discrimination and racial harassment
- Religious discrimination
- Age discrimination
- Disability discrimination
- Retaliation by an employer
- FMLA violations
- Overtime law
- Breach of contract
- Severance Negotiation
If you have been denied a job because of workplace discrimination, illegally fired from your position, harassed in the workplace, or faced any other unlawful actions by your employer or coworkers, contact the Marietta employment lawyers at Barrett & Farahany at 404-487-0902. We will discuss your case with you, examine the evidence and discuss the process for filing a claim against your employer.
When you take the brave step to confront the company or individual that has denied you your federal rights, you not only protect your well-being and your career, you protect those of everyone else in your workplace.