What Should I Ask Before Hiring an Attorney?

You know that your employer does not have reasonable accommodations for you at work. If you are disabled, and can’t reach your desk or have issues going to the bathroom because there aren’t ADA restroom stalls in place, what should you do? It’s not only disability claims, when it comes to employment cases, there are so many questions you have. Are you going to get fired if you file a claim against your employer? What if a coworker is harassing you, can you file a claim against that person as well as your employer for not stepping in?

Why work with a lawyer

The most important thing to remember is that you do have rights when you are an injured employee. There are many ways your employer is going to try to handle the case. Some will try to threaten you and tell you they are going to terminate you if you file a worker comp case. Others are going to tell you that you can’t file a lawsuit if a coworker is responsible. Then there’s harassment, termination, issues with ADA and disability, as well as several other cases you might be dealing with. 

Your team is not only going to help you navigate through the complex field of employment law, but also point you in the right direction as to what you should do. If you should avoid talking to your employer, they’ll let you know. If a coworker hurt you, the team will help you file a claim against that person for their negligence, which has led to your injuries. Ultimately, the right lawyer is going to work to preserve your rights, and to make sure you are going to be compensated in the manner (and to the extent) you should be compensated. 

Do not let your employer threaten you or try to tell you that you can’t file a lawsuit; or, that if you do, they are going to terminate you. If you are facing any employment concerns or issues, don’t hesitate to contact the team at employeerightsattorneygroup.com to guide you and help you. With the top legal experts on your side, you can be comfortable in knowing your case is being handled properly and you’ll receive the compensation you’re owed.