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Labor & Employment in New Jersey
Has your New Jersey workers' compensation claim been denied? Are you trying to negotiate an employment contract with a new employer? Do you think you've been the victim of harassment in the workplace? As an employee, you may face any number of legal issues and problems. A New Jersey labor and employment attorney can help you understand your rights as a worker and find a solution to your on-the-job problems.
When Should You Hire a New Jersey Employment Attorney?
There are countless work-related situations where you should consider hiring a labor and employment lawyer. These include issues related to:
- Compensation, including negotiations related to pay and severance, as well as situations related to overtime, minimum wage and if you think you're not being paid for all of the hours you work
- Work-related health and safety issues, including unsafe workplaces and if your workers' compensation claim has been denied
- Job termination, including if you've been denied unemployment compensation, think you've been wrongfully terminated or need assistance with the negotiation of a severance agreement
- Health-related issues that impact your job, including if you are disabled and your employer refuses to make accommodations under the Americans With Disabilities Acts and or if your request for leave under the Family Medical Leave Act is denied
- Discrimination in the workplace, including discrimination related to the hiring process, compensation, job responsibilities and promotions
If you've experienced any of these things, or otherwise feel as if your rights as a worker are being violated, you should speak to a New Jersey employment attorney as soon as possible.
Find & Hire a New Jersey Labor & Employment Lawyer
Labor and employment laws are complicated, and different types of problems may need to be resolved in different ways. If you've been injured on the job, for example, you typically cannot sue your employer and will instead be compensated for your injuries through workers' compensation insurance. But if you are injured during the course of your work as a domestic employee, you won't be covered under the workers' compensation insurance system and may have to sue your employer. Your New Jersey employment lawyer can help you navigate these complex rules and ensure you follow the proper procedure for resolving your work-related problem.
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