Do You Have A Case?
The circumstances of every case are different and to determine if you are able to take legal action you must consult an attorney. However, most labor and employment disputes center on not being paid minimum wage or overtime, employee misclassification, denial of leave, and various forms of discrimination and harassment.
An employee in any occupation can be the victim of any of the labor and employment violations mentioned above, but some jobs are more susceptible, such as:
- Call center workers
- IT workers
- Nurses and healthcare workers
- Oil and gas field workers
- Personal bankers and mortgage brokers
- Retail employees
- Service technicians
- Sales representatives
- Tipped employees (such as restaurant workers)
Why Choose Morgan & Morgan for Your Labor and Employment Case?
As the “For the People” law firm, we know paying for quality legal representation is a cost most people can’t afford. That’s why our attorneys work on a contingency-fee basis: you don’t pay anything unless we win your case. Our attorneys only receive a reasonable fee — a percentage of your recovery — if they win your case. Otherwise, you don’t pay a cent.
Hiring Morgan & Morgan also ensures you get an attorney who isn’t willing to settle for the first offer. Our attorneys are determined to get you the full value of your claim, even if that means going to trial. Some attorneys just want to settle their clients’ cases and move on to the next one, but at Morgan & Morgan our labor and employment attorneys don’t just want to get you a result, they want to get your the best result.
If you want quality legal representation from uncompromising attorneys that you can actually afford, contact Morgan & Morgan today.
Contact A Labor and Employment Lawyer in Southfield Today
Hiring a lawyer is a big step to take, and it may not be easy for you to reach out for the initial consultation about your potential labor and employment claim. You may not consider yourself “the lawsuit type,” and you’re not sure you have a claim anyway. However, a lengthy hesitation before consulting with an attorney about your case could prevent you from filing a lawsuit altogether.
There is a statute of limitations for filing labor and employment lawsuits in Michigan, and if you wait too long you may lose your ability to get justice. To find out more about the labor and employment violations your employer may have committed against you, contact Morgan & Morgan today. We can provide you with a free case evaluation and help you determine if a lawsuit is your best course of action.