Torgenson Law is proud to represent victims of workplace harassment, wrongful termination, retaliation, or any other wrongful practices by employers. When an employer wrongfully takes away your right to make a living, you have recourse under both Arizona state law and federal law.
As an employee, you have rights that you may be unaware of. Working with a personal injury lawyer in Phoenix who is well-versed in these legal statutes can make all the difference. You deserve a legal team that you can trust to defend your rights and stand up to greedy insurance companies and corporations.
Under federal law and the Department of Labor, workplace harassment is defined as any type of abusive conduct that creates a hostile, unsafe, or uncomfortable work environment for an employee or leads an employee to quit or be demoted. This can be caused by management, ownership, another employee, or even a customer. There are many intricacies to this type of law, and it is important to have a well-informed team of lawyers defending your case. If you feel that you have suffered at the hands of unlawful workplace harassment, reach out to the team at Torgenson Law for a free analysis of your case to discuss how we may be able to help you receive fair compensation.
If you feel you were wrongfully terminated, you may have a case against your employer. In Arizona, employees work ‘at will’, which means that they can be fired at any time for any reason, as long as that reason is not against employment laws. A wrongful termination could include being terminated due to age, race, gender, religion, pregnancy, disability, and more. Employees also have rights to a fair living wage and the right to take time off work for civic duties. There are many steps to take before a wrongful termination case can take place, so it is important to have a Phoenix injury lawyer who can assist you in taking the right steps.