When you’ve been treated unfairly at work, you shouldn’t have to suffer more than you already have. There are many laws that protect Florida employees from unfair treatment, but they don’t enforce themselves.
Call the Law Offie of Patrick K. Elliott today to schedule a free, no-risk consultation. Pay nothing unless you recover compensation for your employment case.
The Law Office of Patrick K. Elliott represents employees in legal disputes with their employers because employers who break the law must face consequences or they will continue their unlawful conduct.
Your former employer will likely retain counsel to represent your employer’s best interest, and that means that you should also have an attorney who will fight to get you the compensation you deserve.
Patrick K. Elliott works for you, the employees and small businesses who keep the Sunshine State running. The firm represents employees who have claims of discrimination, wage and hour disputes, and will even file a class action lawsuit if an unlawful background check was performed on you.
The firm will provide you with sound legal advice to help you achieve your goals.
After Patrick Elliott takes a case, he tries to negotiate a pre-litigation settlement on your behalf. If your former employer tries to escape accountability, Patrick Elliott will file a lawsuit in Florida or federal court. If the case still does not settle, Mr. Elliott is prepared to litigate your case all the way to a jury trial.
Call (800) 563-1409 today to schedule a free consultation. Pay no upfront costs and fees and pay nothing unless you receive compensation.
Employees should not try to do this alone. You need an attorney to handle all aspects of your case, and an employment lawyer usually increases the value of your lawsuit. The law firm is located in Tampa, Florida, and represents employees throughout Florida. Mr. Elliott will walk you through the entire process, ensuring you understand your rights and fight for compensation that is rightfully due.
When a Florida employer wrongfully terminates you, it jeopardizes the financial stability and security for you and your family. Many employees are subjected to harassment, a hostile work environment, discrimination, retaliation, wage theft, or even wrongfully terminated through no fault of their own
However, you don’t have to let your former employer’s unlawful employment practices decide your fate. Florida Employment Lawyer Patrick K. Elliott can help you take steps to regain control of your life.
If you feel you’ve been wrongfully terminated, contact the firm today for a free, no-risk consultation about your rights at the workplace. Florida employment lawyer Patrick K. Elliott can help you take steps to regain control of your life.
If you’ve been terminated from your job don’t hesitate to call the firm for a free consultation. All consultations are free and confidential and, if your case is accepted, then you do not have to pay any upfront fees or costs because your case will be handled on a contingency fee.
This means that you nothing unless Patrick Elliott gets you compensation for your case.
For more information, or to speak with a Florida labor lawyer or employment lawyer to find out your legal rights, please contact the firm today for a free consultation.
Patrick Elliott focuses all of his attention on employment and consumer law so that you can rest assured that your legal matter is in the right hands. Although a non exhaustive list, Mr. Elliott practices in the following areas of law:
People get fired everyday across Florida. While, Florida is an “at-will” employment state, wrongful termination in Florida occurs when your employer has terminated you for an unlawful reason.
For example, it is unlawful for a Florida employer to fire an employee because of their gender, because they’re pregnancy, or because of their age, race. Your employer can’t fire you because you have a disability, or because you took protected medical leave.
While this list is nonexclusive, it may also be considered wrongful if your boss fired you for requesting a reasonable accommodation for a disability. It might also be considered a wrongful termination if you engaged in whistleblowing by complaining, opposing or refusing to participate in your employer’s unlawful conduct.
A wrongful termination also occurs when you’re fired or suffer other negative consequences because you stood up for or associated with victims of discrimination and harassment. At the end of the day, you shouldn’t be trying to figure out whether or not your termination constitutes an illegal termination. Let an employment lawyer figure that out and contact Patrick Elliott’s office today.
Don’t let a discriminatory or negligent employer decide your fate. With the help of Florida employment lawyer Patrick K. Elliott, you can take steps to regain control of your life. The Law Office of Patrick K. Elliott represents people in Tampa and throughout Florida for employment and consumer related cases.
Patrick K. Elliott represents employees who have claims of discrimination to wage and hour disputes, and even people who have underwent background checks. The firm will provide you with sound legal advice to help you achieve your goals.
Unlawful employment practices can throw your whole life into a tailspin. During this time of uncertainty, the firm’s goal is to simply make the situation better. That’s why the firm offers a free consultation about your case.
In the majority of cases the firm accepts, the firm does not charge the majority of clients for any upfront costs or fees unless you obtain compensation.
The Law Office of Patrick K. Elliott covers any upfront costs, (for instance it costs over $400 just to file a lawsuit in Florida courts) and won’t seek payment or reimbursement unless you receive a settlement or jury verdict.
Florida and federal employment law provides remedies to employees who have lost their job because of their employers unlawful reasoning. If you’ve been wrongfully terminated, you may be entitled to compensation, such as back pay, front pay, reinstatement, and other benefits.
Furthermore, Florida and federal law prohibits employers from retaliating against certain employees by taking an adverse that results in something other than termination.
The firm fully understands what’s at stake when someone loses a job or suffers through an intolerable workplace environment in Florida. The firm takes cases solely on a contingency-fee basis. That means you only pay attorney’s fees if the firm get you financial compensation.
If you’ve been terminated from your job don’t hesitate to call the firm for a free consultation. All cases are reviewed by an employment lawyer. Some people are afraid to call employment law attorneys because they are embarrassed about being terminated.
Don’t be embarrassed, unlawful termination is extremely common and we are here to fight for your employment rights.As a lawyer, it is Patrick Elliott’s mission to provide the best representation to employees who have been treated badly at work.
The firm believes that many workplace disputes can be prevented or resolved efficiently when both employees and their employees know their rights and responsibilities.
There is no risk in speaking with us during a complimentary meeting to see if your case has merit. Florida employment and consumer rights lawyer Patrick K. Elliott will walk you through the entire process, ensuring you understand your rights and fight for compensation that is rightfully due. Call (800) 563-1409 to schedule your free consultation today.