Should I Hire A New Jersey Employment Attorney?

Do you believe that your employer has treated you unfairly? If so, there’s something that you can do about it. A New Jersey employment attorney can help you explore your legal options.

A New Jersey Employment Attorney Can Help You With The Following:

  • Mistreatment By Employer
  • Wrongful Termination
  • Unemployment Compensation
  • Discussion of Wages/Benefits
  • Desired Termination of An Unsatisfactory Employee

If you’ve entered into a contract with your employer, an attorney can help you interpret the contract as well as other employment laws to help you win your case.

Wrongful Termination

Did your employer wrongfully terminate you? If so, you should hire an employment attorney. In New Jersey, employment is at will, meaning that you or your employer can end the working relationship for any reason, as long as there is no employment contract. Here are some reasons for termination that are wrongful:

  • Objecting to or reporting illegal activities in the workplace
  • Going against an employment contract
  • For exercising legal rights or duties, such as voting or serving on a jury

How Much Does An Employment Attorney Charge?

The majority of attorneys will charge by the hour to take care of paperwork, provide advice, and to represent you in court. Also, some attorneys might charge a contingency, which means that you won’t have to pay any upfront fees. You’ll only pay when your attorney wins your case.

Speak With An Employment Attorney Today!

At The Maduabum Law Firm, LLC, we offer many different employee services and can fight for employee rights in many ways. If you’ve been the victim of employment discrimination, harassment, or wrongful termination, please contact our experienced employment law attorneys as soon as possible to discuss your case!

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