Tuscaloosa Employment Law Attorney

Are you the victim of unfair treatment at work?

Employees in Tuscaloosa and throughout Alabama should feel safe at work. All too often, this is far from what employees feel while on the job. Unfortunately, many workers are victims of unfair treatment due to race, gender, religion, country of origin, age or a disability. If you are suffering from unjust treatment on the job in the Tuscaloosa area, take comfort in knowing that there is something you can do to fight back. The lawyers at Wrady & Michel, LLC can provide the legal representation that you need. As former civil defenders, we have a firm understanding of the law and how it applies to the workplace. We have achieved favorable outcomes for many of our clients in the Tuscaloosa area, and we are prepared to represent you and help you to seek justice. If you feel you have been treated unjustly at work, contact us today for a case evaluation. When you meet with us, we will assess your case and guide you in the right direction.

Representation for Sexual Harassment, Discrimination and Wrongful Termination

We have represented many Tuscaloosa employees, and can use the law to protect you. It is against the law to treat anyone unjustly because of their gender, their race, their beliefs or because they may have a disability. If you have been the victim of sexual abuse on the job, if you have been discriminated against because of your race while at work, or if you feel that you have been a victim of wrongful termination, you could have a be entitled to compensation. After we assess your case, if we determine that you were the victim of unfair treatment, we will represent you and dedicate ourselves to helping you right the wrongs of your employer. Don't delay; call us today!

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