SWARTZ SWIDLER, LLC: EMPLOYMENT ATTORNEYS FIGHTING DISCRIMINATION, HARASSMENT, AND WAGE AND HOUR ABUSE.
Employment lawyers fighting for employee rights in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and throughout the United States.
At Swartz Swidler, our focus is on you. Our Employment Law Attorneys, Richard Swartz and Justin Swidler, and their team, will work with you to promote your interests. We will maintain constant contact and will always be prepared to discuss your case.
Our firm represents employees nationwide. We have represented employees throughout the country, including in Arkansas, Delaware, Michigan, Nebraska, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, and Virginia. We are headquartered in Cherry Hill, New Jersey.
OUR PENNSYLVANIA AND NEW JERSEY WRONGFUL TERMINATION ATTORNEYS ARE HERE TO HELP YOU.
Our wrongful termination attorneys understand that getting fired can be a traumatic experience. We understand that for many people, a job is much more than a paycheck. It is part of your identity. It is natural to question the motivations for your termination. Are you being given a truthful statement as to the reason for your termination? Is your employer lying about why you were fired? Were you fired illegally?
Our New Jersey and Pennsylvania wrongful termination attorneys are here to answer your questions, free of charge. We offer free legal consultations to discuss your rights with you. The fact is, every day employers wrongfully discharge employees, in violation of federal and state law. Employees in New Jersey and Pennsylvania have significant legal protections. Let us help you. Please call us today for a free legal consultation.
Were you unlawfully terminated because of your race, sex, age, sexual orientation, color, or disability? The unfortunate reality is that millions of employees face discrimination every day. If you were terminated for a discriminatory reason, our employment lawyers can help you recover from the financial and emotional loss that your employer’s discriminatory conduct has caused. For a free consultation, call us today and speak with one of our experienced employment attorneys.
Were you unlawfully terminated because you needed leave for pregnancy, to care for a family member, or because of your own serious health condition? Under federal law, most employees are protected by the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) which provides employees the right to take leave for a family member’s or their own serious health condition. The law also requires employers to provide leave for pregnancy related issues and child-bonding time. If you were wrongfully discharged for taking such leave, we may be able to assist you in recovering compensation. Call us today for a free legal consultation and speak with an experienced employment lawyer.
Have you been denied wages? Our employment attorneys have routinely obtained stellar results for our clients who have been forced to work off-the-clock, denied proper overtime compensation, or even denied minimum wage. Swartz Swidler, LLC has literally represented tens of thousands of individuals seeking unpaid wages under state and federal law, and have obtained multi-million dollar results on behalf of our clients. For a free consultation, please call us.
Are you being subject to workplace harassment? Under federal and state law, discriminatory harassment which creates a “hostile work environment” is illegal. No person should be forced to endure discrimination and harassment, but such discrimination and harassment is made significantly worse when it occurs at the job. If you are being harassed, you will need a powerful advocate to ensure that your rights are protected. Give us a call to see if one of our employment attorneys can represent you.
Are you being subject to workplace retaliation? Federal and state law prohibits employers from subjecting employees to unlawful retaliation. For example, your employer may not terminate you for voicing complaints regarding discriminatory treatment. Additionally, employers may not retaliate against you for taking medical leave, seeking an accommodation due to a disability, complaining of unlawful conduct, making workplace safety complaints, filing for unemployment, filing for worker’s compensation, making a wage complaint, or engaging in concerted activity. There are many other protections not listed here provided to you under New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and federal law. Please contact our employment lawyers today for a free consultation
Please call us today for a free and confidential consultation at 856-685-7420. We will take all the time necessary to fully evaluate your claims and advise you on all your legal options. We accept cases on a contingent basis, meaning we do not get paid unless we recover money for you. Call us now!
We are here for you and look forward to talking with you soon.