Fight Back After Employer Retaliation
Daniela Labinoti Is Dedicated To Protecting Your Rights
It is disheartening to be punished for doing the right thing. If you have experienced adverse retaliatory action by an employer simply because you asserted your employee rights or reported improper activities in the workplace, you deserve an experienced attorney who is dedicated to seeing you properly compensated.
At the Law Office of Daniela Labinoti, P.C., our goal is to help you understand your rights. Under federal and state law, your employer cannot adversely retaliate against you for lawful acts, such as:
- Reporting illegal workplace activity, also called "whistleblowing"
- Engaging in activities the law encourages or refusing to perform illegal activities
- Reporting discrimination or harassment
- Filing a workers' compensation claim
- Reporting Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) rule violations or other hazardous working conditions
- Taking FMLA leave or asserting other employee rights
Unlawful retaliation for these acts may come in many forms, including demotion, hostile work environment, change in pay, altered employment terms or termination.
Contact An Experienced Employment Law Attorney Immediately
The first step in any employment retaliation case should be consulting an attorney who has a wealth of experience filing cases with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). Attempting to navigate EEOC claims yourself or seeking inexperienced counsel could lead to missed reporting deadlines, overlooked jurisdictional considerations or an ineffective case against your employer.
When you report your case to the EEOC, your employer will start building a case against you. It is crucial to work with an attorney who is well-versed in state and federal law and can work quickly to help you build a solid strategy for your case. Experienced retaliation attorney Daniela Labinoti will be by your side every step of the way to see you through the EEOC filing process and necessary reporting procedures, and she is not afraid to aggressively defend your rights in court.
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If you suspect that you have been the victim of unlawful employer retaliation, contact our El Paso, Texas, office today at 915-581-4600 or fill out our online form to schedule a free initial consultation and learn how an experienced lawyer can help you build a strong retaliation claim.