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Do You Have a Case Against Your Employer?

| Feb 9, 2016 | Employment Law |

Working in your office or on-site should be an easy situation to handle. You should be able to go to work without hassles from your employer or co-workers, but that is not always the case. At times you may find yourself in a situation where it is uncomfortable to go to work due to employer relations, or you may have been terminated and are unsure why. Whenever you have a question concerning your employer or your work situation, it’s best to turn to the experts at Stratton & Green, ALC.

We provide years of experience in employee law to help you understand the ins and outs of what is going on. You have rights as an employee and those rights should not be exploited. Take a look here at a few ways we can help you with on the job situations.

Wrongfully Terminated

If you feel you have been wrongfully terminated, our office can help you. There may be times that you have been fired for something you didn’t do, or even if you were following the employer’s rules and regulations. In this case it is important to have someone on your side that understands the law and can help you find out the truth.


Discrimination can come in all shapes and sizes. It could be depending on your religion, race, gender or other areas. Discrimination is wrong no matter what the situation is. Our experienced team can help you get the justice you deserve in these cases.


Have you recently had to go above your supervisor’s head due to concerns about the job? If so you may have noticed some mistreatment by them or retaliation for something else that happened on the job. No matter the case, retaliation or your boss being unfair is not acceptable. Our office can help you get the answers and treatment you deserve.

Call our office today and let us put our years of experience to work for you. You should have a comfortable workplace to go to each day and to support your family. Don’t face employee law alone. Let us help you today!