Get Your Legal Bearings
T here are times when unexpected legal issues arise in the ordinary course of work or business. At those times it is important to get one’s legal bearings so that options can be considered and, if necessary, prompt action taken. That is where we come in.
As a legal practitioner regularly engaged in the practice of employment law, I can tell you that protecting your rights in the workplace often depends on getting legal advice promptly, while a situation is still fluid and “in play”.
When you call our office we can usually, with no obligation, give you an idea whether an office consultation is warranted. If it is, then for a relatively small fee we will meet with you personally, examine your documents and perhaps speak personally or by phone with individuals you suggest who know the actual facts of your situation. We will always attempt to assess your options and discuss them with you. In the end, sometimes the best option is to do nothing. In other situations, taking immediate action might be necessary to preserve your rights.
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