A Strong Legal Advocate For Employees In Workplace Disputes
Your job isn’t just a paycheck – it’s where you spend much of your week, and ideally, it’s also a source of pride. But it is hard to take joy or pride in your work when you’ve experienced discrimination, harassment or some other violation of your rights. In some cases, these problems are so stressful that you can’t get anything done or feel forced to quit.
If the scenario above sounds familiar, it’s time to contact the Law Offices of Matthew G. English. My firm has been advocating for the rights of employees since 2006, and I want to help you, too. When you work with me, you’ll have an attorney who listens attentively and is responsive to your needs and goals. And although I often try to seek resolutions outside the courtroom (to save you time and money), I won’t hesitate to take your case to trial if we decide together that it’s necessary to do so.
Comprehensive Employment Law Advice And Representation
I am available to help with nearly any employment law-related matter you may be facing, including:
- Fighting back against discrimination at work
- What to do if you are being harassed
- Questions about your rights as an employee
- Questions about your rights and options as a federal employee
- Concerns about employment contracts and severance agreements
- Questions about potential wage and hour law violations
Sometimes, clients will come to me seeking help on one issue, and we’ll discover there are other workplace problems as well. Employers don’t always know what your rights are as an employee. That is no excuse for violating them, but you must often be your own advocate in this regard. I can help you determine if your employer’s actions are illegal, involve issues that rise to the level or wrongful termination, and what we can do to address or change them.
Don’t Wait Too Long Before Speaking To An Attorney
The timeline of employment law cases is a balancing act. On one hand, if you experience a problem like harassment or discrimination, it will be important to document instances of these problems over time. On the other hand, you can’t afford to wait too long due to statutes of limitation. If clients contact me after the statute of limitation has expired, there is little I can do to help them, even if they have an otherwise strong claim. It is better to contact me early on, and I can provide guidance on any additional documentation or evidence we need to gather.
Talk To Me About Your Legal Options For Free
The Law Offices of Matthew G. English is based in San Diego and serves clients throughout the area. As a skilled employment attorney for employees, I am pleased to offer free initial consultations to prospective clients. To schedule yours, call me at 619-826-8236 or send me an email.