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What Should You Do During an Employment Law Dispute?
When faced with an employment law dispute in Florida, it is crucial to navigate the legal landscape with precision and understanding. Taking the right steps can make a significant difference in the outcome of your case. Here's a general guide on what actions to consider during an employment law dispute.
Know Your Rights:
Begin by familiarizing yourself with Florida's employment laws. Understanding your rights as an employee is essential. Florida, like many states, follows the at-will employment doctrine, but there are exceptions and protections in place. Be aware of discrimination laws, wage and hour regulations, and any specific industry-related statutes that may apply.
Accurate documentation is your ally. Keep records of important communication, incidents, and any actions that may be relevant to your case. This includes emails, text messages, performance evaluations, and witness statements. Clear documentation can strengthen your position if the matter proceeds to legal action.
Consult with a Tampa Employment Attorney:
Seeking legal advice is paramount. An experienced employment attorney can provide insights into the strength of your case, potential legal avenues, and the steps you should take. They can guide you through negotiations, mediation, or litigation, depending on the nature of the dispute.
Follow Company Procedures:
Adhere to your company's internal processes and procedures. Many employment contracts and handbooks outline specific steps for dispute resolution. Failure to follow these procedures could impact your case negatively. Consult these documents and comply with the established protocols.
File a Complaint if Necessary:
If informal resolution attempts fail, you may need to file a complaint with the appropriate government agency. Having a Tampa employment lawyer during this process can be invaluable as they can help you understand the process and what needs to be done.
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“They are very professional, they communicated everything to me in terms I could understand and was very friendly about it. I felt like I was their only client the way I was treated.” - Former Client
“From the start, the firm listened to my complaint and jumped into action! They kept in constant communication and won my case!” - Former Client
At Justice Litigation Attorneys, we only represent employees. Our Tampa employment lawyer chooses not to represent profit-driven businesses. We do not represent corporations that are all too ready to put financial gain over the well-being of their workers.
Instead, we fight day in and day out for worker's rights across the spectrum of labor and employment law matters. These include:
Knowledgeable in Federal & State Employment Laws
Our team has a thorough understanding of employment federal and state laws that you need for your case.
- Selected for inclusion in the Florida Rising Stars
- Named an American Institute of Legal Advocates Rising Star
- Listed as a Tampa Top Lawyer
No Fee for Our Legal Services Unless We Win
Justice Litigation Attorneys stands up for employees who have suffered egregious wrongs due to employer misconduct. In addition to offering a free consultation, we work on a contingency basis. There is no fee for our legal services unless we win.