The labor and employment attorneys at Morgan & Morgan are dedicated to handling civil litigation cases involving discrimination and unfair labor practices toward individuals.
Our practice involves representing individuals in discrimination actions (e.g., sex, race, color, harassment, national origin, religion, age, and disability), unfair labor practices (e.g., denial of wages, overtime, and equal pay), denial of leave (e.g., Family Medical Leave Act), and being retaliated against for asserting your rights. If you feel you have a potential Labor or Employment case, please fill out our free case evaluation form.
Unfair or discriminatory labor practices against employees can occur in a variety of ways, including refusal to hire or promote, denial of equal pay for equal work, on-the-job harassment, subjection to inappropriate jokes or touching, wrongful discharge, unpaid wages or overtime, denial of leave, and denial of the opportunity to work in an environment free of harassment and retaliation.
The employment and labor lawyers at Morgan & Morgan litigate numerous lawsuits to trial involving Labor Law annually nationwide. We are extremely proud of the results that we have obtained and look forward to sharing them with you.
Our labor attorneys also represent employees before administrative agencies such as the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, National Labor Relations Board, Florida Commission on Human Relations, and the Florida Department of Unemployment Compensation.
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Recovery in a lawsuit against R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. Woman was widowed when her husband died from lung cancer. The total award after apportioning damages based on assignment of fault was $46.3 million.
A 27-year-old man suffered multiple broken bones, a shattered jaw and a collapsed lung after he was hit head-on by a pick-up truck going the wrong way on Semoran Boulevard. The accident also left him unable to have children.
In a case against R.J. Reynolds and Philip Morris, attorneys Keith Mitnik, Greg Prysock, Joe Taraska and Katy Massa recovered a $40 million tobacco litigation verdict on behalf of the husband and daughter of a woman who died after smoking two packs of cigarettes a day for 36 years.
Failure to perform a timely C-section resulting in serious injury.
Medication overdose of a 26 week premature newborn against a hospital.
In January 2011, Keith Mitnik obtained an $18.8 million verdict on behalf of a motorcyclist who was rendered a paraplegic when a car pulled out in front of him.
11-year-old girl involved in rear-end motor vehicle accident suffered paralysis from the waist down.
Recovery for national class of poultry workers.
Award for a class of oil, gas and petroleum inspectors paid illegal "chinese overtime" rather than proper time and a half.
$9.975 million dollar settlement on behalf of off-shore oil inspectors not properly paid for all hours worked.
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