Defending employees in Boca Raton, Palm Beach, Broward County and surrounding Florida communities who have faced unfair treatment in the workplace.
There are many different state and federal laws that protect employees against discrimination, sexual harassment and other mistreatment.
If you believe that you have been treated unfairly at work, uphold your rights!
An Experienced Law Firm To Defend Against Illegal Treatment In The Workplace
With over 20 years of experience, the lawyers with the Law Office of William M. Julien, P.A., can help you understand the law and legal recourse options available for your situation.
Job-Related Cases The Firm Handles
The firm has represented clients on all kinds of workplace violations, including:
- Discrimination regarding age, disability, religion, sexual orientation, race or ethnicity, pregnancy and gender. They have also handled violations of the Americans with Disabilities and Family and Medical Leave Acts.
- Sexual harassment and other types of hostile work environments due to race or sexual orientation.
- Improper payment of wages, including failure to pay a minimum wage under state law and nonpayment of overtime wages due to illegal misclassification of employees.
- Wrongful termination involving employees who have been fired because of a workplace injury, taking leave under FMLA, speaking up about workplace safety violations or reporting fraudulent employer activity as a whistleblower.
You may be an at-will employee, but employers can still break the law and face consequences.
Call Now If You Believe You Have Experienced Unfair Treatment In The Workplace
If you believe you have been discriminated against, retaliated against or wrongfully terminated, contact the firm today at 866-569-7398. A qualified employment law attorney will make sure you understand your rights and the potential recourse options available.
Free consultations. Contingency fee options offered.
Conveniently located at I-95 and Glades Road in Boca Raton, halfway between the Broward County and Palm Beach County court buildings.