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Louisiana Employment Law Attorneys

There are few things worse than facing on-the-job discrimination or finding yourself suddenly fired when you believe you have done nothing wrong. At the Smith Law Firm we know that workplace discrimination and wrongful termination can be devastating. We also know that they are wrong, and we have the experience and dedication to right these injustices. Our attorneys have a passion for getting our clients what they deserve, and we can help you, too.

Our Baton Rouge Civil Service Employment Attorneys Help Clients Get Their Jobs Back And Keep Them

Louisiana has a clear whistleblower statute that protects employees against retaliation or termination for reporting violations of regulations or other laws. The law is designed to discourage employers from punishing employees for doing the right thing. This is important for our clients facing retaliation by their employers to remember: The law protects employees who do the right thing.

If you have reported your employer for a violation and think you are being punished for it, we encourage you to contact us to speak with one of our experienced attorneys. We will evaluate your options for stopping unlawful intimidation.

Assessing Your Options For Moving Forward

When you contact the Smith Law Firm, we will help you make sense of your legal options and move forward to a more positive employment situation. If you have been fired for blowing the whistle, we can help you get reinstated in your position. If you have been a victim of workplace discrimination, however, you may rightly wish to move on. In this case, we can help you pursue compensation and back pay for your discrimination claim.

Louisiana workers should be aware that under state law, employers are required to give employees who are terminated or laid off their final paycheck within 15 days or on the date of the next normal payday, whichever occurs first. Employers face penalties for failing to do this. If you have recently been laid off or terminated and think you are being denied your final paycheck, we urge you to speak with an experienced lawyer.

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The Baton Rouge employment law attorneys of the Smith Law Firm can help you fight back against unfair treatment in the workplace. If you are being discriminated against or you think you have been wrongly terminated, contact us online or call 225-224-0381 to discuss your concerns.

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Smith Law Firm
830 North St.
Baton Rouge, LA 70802
Phone: 225-224-0381
Fax: 225-383-7773
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