Erie, PA Employment Lawyers

Erie Employment Law

Employment lawsuits can be extremely complicated, confusing, and intimidating. If you are thinking about filing a claim against an employer in Erie, you need an experienced attorney on your side fighting for your rights.

Employment lawsuits are filled with lots of deadlines, paperwork, and intricate details that can be confusing to understand. Our law firm will help you build the strongest case possible and walk you through each step along the way. For 35 years we have been standing up for our clients' rights, and we can help you get the justice you deserve.

Edgar Snyder and Associates' employment law team has extensive experience working with a large array of employment law cases ranging from wrongful termination to hostile work environment. Call us today to discuss your case at 412-394-1000.

What Can an Employment Lawyer Do for You?

If you feel you have been subjected to illegal treatment in the workplace, an employment lawyer will work to protect your rights. Employees are protected against discriminatory treatment by federal and state laws. Unfortunately, this doesn't always prevent hostile work environments. Many times, people never file a complaint or take legal action against their employer due to the fear of retaliation. Other times, people don't contact an attorney because they don't believe they have a viable case.

If you even suspect you could have a case, we urge you to reach out to our employment law team today. The longer you wait, the less an attorney can do for you. You have a limited amount of time to file a claim, so it is important to reach out to an employment lawyer as soon as you believe your rights have been compromised.

Our legal team has been working to protect the people of Erie and all of Northwest Pennsylvania for years. We are committed to getting the best results possible for our clients and can help you get the compensation you deserve.

When Should I Contact an Employment Lawyer?

It is never too early to contact an employment lawyer. In general, claims have to be filed within 180 days of when the incident took place. It is recommended you call an experienced employment lawyer before you file your claim. Our team can advise you on what information to include in your claim, how to make your claim as strong as possible, and they will answer any questions you may have.

Employment laws can be tricky to understand. An employment lawyer with extensive experience will be able to relieve any stress and confusion during the process. We will handle the details of the lawsuit so you don't have to worry. Our job is to get you the best results possible while standing up for your rights. Don't wait any longer and contact us today for a free and strictly confidential legal consultation.

How to Prove Workplace Discrimination?

Proving workplace discrimination requires you to have substantial evidence that verifies the claims about your employer. We recommend keeping a detailed, written record of everything that has occurred.

The most important thing to keep in mind is that it's our job to prove workplace discrimination, not yours.

Contacting an experienced employment lawyer will improve your chances of a positive outcome. Our legal team tells you what to expect and how to proceed, knows the questions you need to ask, and knows the information that you will need to gather. Every case is unique, and we understand that.

Do You Think Your Rights Were Violated in the Workplace? Call Us Today

If you think that your rights are being violated in the workplace, we encourage you to contact our firm. The longer you wait to contact an experienced employment lawyer, the fewer options you may have. There are important deadlines that you must meet, and you need an experienced law firm to protect your rights. At Edgar Snyder & Associates, we are committed to standing up for our Erie clients and getting them the results they deserve.

Call us today for a free, no obligation, strictly confidential legal consultation. One of our legal professionals will review your case and advise you on the next steps you should take. Employment lawsuits can be extremely stressful, especially if you are out of work with no income. We work on a "contingency fee" basis for our clients, so you never owe us a fee. Let us help you get the justice you deserve. Contact our office today at 412-394-1000.