Frederick Employees’ Rights Lawyer
State and federal law grants employees important rights. If you are facing sexual harassment, discrimination or other unfair treatment at work, you may be able to seek legal recourse. Don’t face potential termination or unemployment alone. Explore your options by speaking with an experienced employment law attorney.
The Law Firm of Stephen S. Burgoon represents employees in all types of employment law matters, from discrimination to wrongful termination to employment contracts. For 20 years, Mr. Burgoon has provided legal guidance for employees in a wide range of industries. He accords each case the same high level of importance that you do.
If you are suffering from harassment, unfair treatment or imminent termination at work, you may feel left in the dark, unsure where to turn. When your livelihood and future career prospects are at stake, it is important to consult with a lawyer who knows employment law inside and out.
Types Of Employee Claims
Mr. Burgoon provides experienced, personalized counsel for employees regarding all types of employment law claims, including:
- Sexual harassment
- Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) claims
- Unfair treatment
- Wrongful termination
- Overtime claims
- Comp time claims
- Wage and hour disputes
- Severance and separation agreements
- Retaliation and whistleblower claims
- Review of employment contracts
- Nonsolicitation or noncompete agreements
Mr. Burgoon has represented hundreds of employees in administrative hearings as well as state and federal court. He harnesses extensive skills and experience to navigate the complexities of employment law on your behalf.
Quality Client Service And Personalized Attention
As a solo practitioner, Mr. Burgoon does not take a volume-based approach to the practice of law. Instead, he gives each client individualized attention. Mr. Burgoon personally handles 100 percent of all legal matters; he does not pass them off to an associate or paralegal. Additionally, he is readily accessible to address clients’ questions and concerns.
Mr. Burgoon is attuned to the burdens employees often carry when facing employment-related disputes. You may be worried about the financial strain of unemployment. If appeals processes are available for adverse employment actions, you may need legal guidance to take full advantage of all your options.
Contact A Montgomery County Wage Claim Attorney
To learn more about how Mr. Burgoon can help you, call 301-228-0769. Weekend appointments are available as needed. The firm is conveniently located near Interstate 270 in Frederick, Maryland.