Employment Attorneys In Dayton Who Demand Justice
We’re here to help you with your case
Like other companies in Ohio, businesses in Dayton must abide by many strict rules and regulations when it comes to workers’ rights. When employers break these laws and violate workers’ rights, they need to be held accountable for their actions. Building a successful legal case can often be challenging, however. That’s why it’s important to talk to an attorney who understands the law and how the legal system works in Ohio.
Our experienced employment lawyers at Gibson Law, LLC in Dayton have the knowledge and the expertise you need to take on employers and demand the justice you deserve. We have years of experience investigating cases throughout Ohio. As a result, we’re familiar with Ohio’s unique labor laws. We know what strategies often work. Most importantly, we’re prepared to do the work that needs to be done to build the strongest possible legal case.
Cases we handle in Dayton
- Harassment and Discrimination
- Wage and Hour Claims
- Separation and Severance
- Wrongful Termination
- Employment Law
Whatever type of case you’re dealing with, no matter how straightforward or simple it might seem, make sure you take your case seriously right from the start. Make sure you talk to a lawyer at our firm right away.
Why you should choose our law firm
Our lawyers have a wealth of experience when it comes to employment law cases in Ohio. In particular, attorneys Bradley L. and Angela J. Gibson previously represented employers in such legal cases before creating Gibson Law, LLC. As a result, they know how companies and their attorneys think. They know what strategies often work. Now, they put that knowledge to work for workers whose rights have been violated.
Our law firm is also known and respected for our attention to detail and commitment to our clients. We go the extra mile in pursuit of evidence to build strong legal cases. This often involves carefully reviewing all documents related to such cases. Whenever possible, we track down witnesses who saw what happened and interview them as part of our investigation. We also consult experts. We leave no stone unturned.
We then present evidence to employers and their attorneys. Many agree to negotiate with us in good faith and agree to offer a financial settlement to resolve such legal matters. If they don’t, we won’t hesitate to file a lawsuit on your behalf or take other legal action. We prepare every case for trial if necessary. We won’t back down in our fight for your rights.
Strict state and federal laws exist in Ohio that prevents employers from harassing employees or discriminating against them at work. Whether it’s racial discrimination, sexual harassment, a hostile work environment or other forms of harassment or discrimination, such behavior is never acceptable in the workplace. That’s why it’s important to talk to a lawyer right away if you have been harassed or discriminated against at work. Our experienced Dayton workplace harassment attorneys can help you every step of the way. We know the law and understand how the legal system works. We’re prepared to do the work that needs to be done to build the strongest possible legal case. We can fight for justice for you.
You deserve to be paid for the hours you work, whether it’s your regular shift or overtime hours. Your company also needs to abide by strict state and federal labor laws. You must be paid at least minimum wage for most jobs. Your company’s union might also have rules about overtime pay, holiday pay or other circumstances. Whatever the nature of your wage and hour claim, our Dayton lawyers can thoroughly investigate your case and work with you to demand the financial compensation you deserve. Sometimes, employers agree to cooperate with us and offer a financial settlement. If not, we will not hesitate to file a lawsuit on your behalf and fight for your rights in court.
If you have been laid off, your job has been eliminated or your company has terminated your position for other reasons, you may be eligible for financial compensation in the form of a separation and severance package. Often, packages include severance pay or continuation of your health benefits for a specific amount of time. You may also be eligible to receive financial compensation for unused sick time or vacation time. If your employer refuses to honor such agreements or abide by laws covering your termination, it’s important to take legal action right away. Our experienced attorneys can examine your case and work with you to demand the benefits and financial compensation you rightfully deserve. You can count on us.
Companies in Ohio cannot terminate workers for any reason at any time, even though Ohio is an at-will employment state. There are many rules and regulations in place at both the state and federal level that protect the rights of workers from being fired for any reason. For example, your employer cannot fire you in retaliation for filing a harassment or discrimination complaint. The same is true if you filed a whistleblower complaint involving your company. Laws exist that strictly prohibit such actions. Whatever type of wrongful termination case you’re dealing with, our Dayton attorneys can work with you and build a strong case based on evidence and your protected legal rights.
Employment law cases can be complex legal matters. That’s why it’s critical that you have a strong legal team on your side that understands the law and knows how the legal system works. Our Dayton employment attorneys have the knowledge and the expertise you need to succeed. We have years of experience handling such cases in Montgomery County and throughout Ohio. In particular, we have extensive experience handling legal claims involving violations of the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). We have also worked with people taking legal action involving noncompete agreements and nonsolicitation agreements. Whatever the nature of your legal case, we want to work with you and hold your employer accountable for their actions.
Schedule an appointment at our Dayton office
Don’t underestimate the seriousness or the urgency of your legal matter. In many cases, the evidence you need to build the strongest possible legal case needs to be gathered as soon as possible. Sometimes, companies accidentally or intentionally destroy evidence. Other times, co-workers who could serve as key witnesses might forget what happened or move away. Worst of all, the person who violated your rights might lie and deny doing anything wrong – and your employer will take their side and defend their actions.
That’s not right. Don’t miss out on your opportunity for justice. Contact our law firm for a consultation with a member of our legal team. We can answer any legal questions you might have about your potential case, explain all the legal options available to you and get straight to work on your claim or lawsuit. We take pride in our work and would be honored to represent you in your fight for justice. Call now. We can help.
Directions For Dayton, OH Office
From the North
Take Interstate 75 South.
Take exit 68 for OH-571 toward Tipp City/W Milton.
Turn left onto OH-571 E/W Main Street.
Our office is located on the left.
From the South
Take Interstate 75 North.
Take exit 68 for OH-571 toward W Milton/Tipp City.
Turn right onto OH-571 E/W Main Street.
Our office is located on the left.
From the East
Head west on OH-571 W/Jefferson St toward S Church Street.
Our office is located on the right.
From the West
Head east on OH-571 E/E Tipp Pike.
Our office is located on the left.