You may feel that you have to tolerate unacceptable working conditions in order to stay employed, but as an employee in North Carolina, you have rights. Our employment law attorneys at Miller Law Group, PLLC are here to defend against mistreatment in the workplace.
Our firm is dedicated to protecting North Carolina workers against employers who violate state laws. If you believe an employer has wrongfully terminated your employment, retaliated against you for a complaint about safety or illegal activity, bypassed pay requirements, discriminated against you, harassed you, or has violated your right to work, Miller Law Group is committed to standing up for you.
If you lost your job for unlawful reasons, such as discrimination, you have the right to fight back. Contact us today to learn more about your options.
In many workplaces, sexual harassment is an unfortunate reality, but that doesn’t mean it should be tolerated. Our employment lawyers have helped workers across North Carolina find justice against sexual harassers and abusers.
At times, contracts can be poorly worded or ambiguous, often leading to disputes. Our team will evaluate your claim and guide you toward the best course of action.
Otherwise known as a separation and release agreement, your severance agreement may offer compensation and benefits in exchange for confidentiality and non-disparagement. Our employment attorneys will help you make sense of this complex situation. If you are denied severance, we can also appeal your rights.
Is your employer refusing to pay an agreed-upon amount of compensation? If you have been denied overtime, bonuses, commission, or other payments, call our employment lawyers today. We will make sure you recover everything your employer owes you.
Miller Law Group, PLLC is proud to stand up for employees’ rights across the Raleigh, NC area. Call us now at 919-348-4361 or fill out our contact form to get started. Our employment lawyers will reach out promptly to help you get started.
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