Strong legal representation for cases involving harassment

Our firm concentrates a portion of its practice on handling employment law matters for our clients. Our lawyers are licensed to practice in all Federal Court Districts in Florida. If you feel that you have been wrongfully terminated over medical marijuana or have experienced sexual harassment in the workplace, contact our lawyers today to schedule a consultation. We can be the advocate you need!

WHAT AREAS OF EMPLOYMENT LAW DOES OUR FIRM HANDLE?

Our firm handles: sexual harassment; unpaid wages; wage disputes; and unpaid overtime; discrimination cases based on gender, age, disability, or religion; employment contract review and negotiation, including contracts for physicians and athletes; and arbitration disputes. We also deal with cases involving termination from employment over use of medical marijuana. If you have been terminated over the results of a positive drug test, it is in your best interest to contact our experienced employment lawyers.

What is workplace harassment and discrimination? Title VII and Florida law protect certain classes including race, sex, age, religion and disability. Harassment in the work place includes any unwelcome conduct from a supervisor and/or co-worker. The employee must report any unwelcome conduct at the work place to his or her immediate supervisor and any HR Department. If the employee is being harassed by his or her supervisor, the employee should report the harassment to the supervisor’s superior and continue to go up the “chain of command.” All complaints should be in writing and a copy should be retained by the employee. All employees have the right to a safe working environment devoid of harassment and discrimination.

Michael-serrano-on-phoneContract negotiation & arbitration — All parties are required to abide by the terms and conditions of their employment agreement. Resolving potential areas of dispute prior to entering an employment arrangement will protect both parties. If a dispute has arisen under the terms and conditions of your employment contract, whether you are an employer, employee, or independent contractor, contact our firm to review your contract.

If you feel that you have been wrongfully terminated, been the victim of harassment or discrimination in the workplace, terminated from employment over the use of medical marijuana, or would like an employment contract drafted or reviewed, call for an initial in-office consultation or contact us online. Our firm handles personal injury cases in addition to employment law disputes in Wesley Chapel, Tallahassee, Tampa Bay, and throughout Florida. Please review our Employment Law FAQs to find answers to your legal questions. Attorney Serrano is fluent in Spanish and will personally handle your case from start to finish.