Employment Law & Civil Rights Lawyers
Serving Clients Throughout NC
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5-year-old girl trapped in defective pool drain and severely injured.
Two boys killed in a bus crash.
Death of father of three in construction accident.
Two killed by armed, disgruntled worker who returned to the jobsite.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why hire an employment law attorney?
Employers are required to operate without prejudice, discrimination, retaliation, or harassment. If you have experienced these from your employer, your rights have been infringed upon, and you deserve legal justice.
When should I hire an employment rights attorney?
You should hire an employment law attorney when you have experienced physical, sexual, or verbal harassment from your employer or other employees, or if you have been a victim of prejudice, discrimination, or employer retaliation.
Why hire a civil rights attorney?
Your civil rights protect your dignity, reputation, and well-being. When a law is violated that denies your civil rights, an attorney can help you pursue the proper legal action to hold lawbreakers accountable.
Does it matter whether my rights were violated by federal, state, or local law enforcement?
While violation of any civil rights is wrong, the handling of violations at the local, state, or federal level is different. A civil rights attorney can help clarify which violations have occurred and help initiate the proper legal course for your violation.
If I was harmed by a police officer by accident, should I still pursue legal action?
Yes. Law enforcement officers are trained to conduct their responsibilities in a manner that does not cause unnecessary harm. If you are harmed through no fault of your own during an arrest, you deserve to be compensated. Holding law enforcement accountable for harm helps to ensure governments provide the resources for proper law enforcement training.
Should I take legal action if I was abused in jail?
Yes. Civil rights are the rights of all, even prisoners. If your rights were violated in jail through violence from an officer or neglect from the prison administration, you have the right to hire a civil rights lawyer and pursue legal action.
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