Everyone wants to work at the perfect job, involving recognition for a job well done, a healthy and productive work environment with coworkers, and a professional and understanding boss. Unfortunately, because some workplaces don’t live up to our expectations, our NH employment law attorneys will aggressively represent you.
It seems unfair if you work hard and play by the rules but your employer does not do the same. There are many reasons why you may need to involve a New Hampshire employment law lawyer such as wrongful termination, harassment, or race, gender, or age discrimination. Your rights are protected under state and federal law.
Protecting Your Best Interests
Most clients who are facing an employment law matter are anxious because not knowing the outcome can be highly stressful. Depending on the outcome, it can impact your career, reputation, and family.
Employers can afford to have teams of people working for them to challenge your claim. Don’t be at the mercy of your employer.
A Top-Tier Law Firm You Can Depend On
You want someone with experience and a proven record of success in NH employment law. We think you deserve that and more. You need a law firm to send a clear message to your employer. Our lawyers include a former State Supreme Court and Superior Court judge. He actually wrote the New Hampshire Evidence Manual which is used by judges and lawyers across New Hampshire regarding evidence in court cases.
Once our employment law attorneys in New Hampshire are involved, we’ll take immediate action. We’re here to understand the facts and develop solutions that are best for you. This involves interviewing witnesses, consulting experts, or preserving other helpful evidence. We’re here to bring an end to your employment problem so you can get on with your life.
- Age Discrimination
- Disability Discrimination
- Family Medical Leave
- Gender Discrimination
- Hostile Work Environment
- National Origin Discrimination
- Overtime Wage Hour Disputes
- Pregnancy Discrimination
- Race Discrimination Job
- Religious Discrimination At Work
- Sexual Harassment
- Severance Agreement
- Whistleblower Complaint
- Workers' Compensation
- Wrongful Termination