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Employment Litigation

CS&S has represented individuals who have suffered injury or discrimination with respect to their employment, including the following types of claims:

Wrongful Discharge – If you believe your employment was terminated unfairly, contact CS&S to speak to an attorney about your rights. If you were fired or laid off as a form of discrimination, in violation of labor laws, or in retaliation for exercising your legal rights, then your employer may be liable for money damages. If you have not yet been released, we may be able to negotiate a favorable severance package for you. Come discuss the specifics of your case with us.

Employment Discrimination – Federal laws exist that protect workers from discrimination. Your employer cannot discriminate against you based on race, color, sex, religion, or national origin. In addition, men and women who perform essentially equal work are protected from gender-based discrimination in wages. Qualified individuals who are disabled are protected from workplace discrimination as well. If you believe you have been discriminated against at work for one of these reasons, contact us to speak to an attorney about your particular circumstances.

Sexual Harassment – Sexual harassment may include unwelcome touching, comments of a sexual nature, and sexual advances or requests for sexual favors, when such behavior affects an individual’s employment, interferes with the performance of work duties, or creates a hostile or threatening work environment. Both men and women can be victims of sexual harassment, and the perpetrator need not be of the opposite gender. If you believe you have suffered such harassment, speak to an attorney at Conliffe, Sandmann & Sullivan today. Your employer may be liable for money damages.

Workers Compensation – When a worker is a qualified employee, her employer must pay into the workers compensation system. The system is intended to ensure that workers who are injured due to their employment receive compensation. Such compensation is without regard to an employer’s negligence or lack thereof. This system was intended to reduce litigation, but the fact is that you still have a case to prove. To make a successful claim, you must document the extent of your injuries and show that they occurred as a result of your employment. Our attorneys’ expertise may be crucial to winning you the benefits you deserve.

Contact Conliffe, Sandmann & Sullivan today to find out more about our legal services.