Cicero Employment Law Attorneys
Strong Advocacy from a Law Firm That Cares
Employment law is a broad legal field that governs the rights, obligations, and responsibilities within the employer-employee relationship. It encompasses a variety of circumstances, from workplace safety to wages to discrimination. However, how do you know when you need the guidance of an attorney to resolve a workplace dispute? What about reviewing contracts?
At Fish Potter Bolaños, P.C., we know the value of dedicated legal counsel when dealing with workplace issues. Our Cicero employment law team is well-versed in all aspects of employment law, and we are prepared to help both employees and employers with a wide range of legal services.
Some of the most common employment law issues we deal with in Cicero include:
- Workplace discrimination
- Sexual harassment
- Wrongful termination
- Wage and hour disputes
- Employment contracts
- Workplace safety
- Employee benefits
Drawing on our collective experience, which spans several decades, we advocate for clients across a multitude of industries and circumstances. Our extensive track record includes representation before numerous agencies such as the Illinois Department of Labor, the EEOC, and both state and federal courts throughout Illinois.
Call our office today at (312) 818-2407 or contact us online to schedule a consultation with one of our skilled employment law attorneys in Cicero.
When to Call an Employment Law Attorney
When dealing with a workplace dispute or employment issue, knowing when you should get an attorney involved can be tricky. We understand that workplace dynamics can be complex and nuanced, and you may also be facing issues related to your employment status and long-term financial stability. The stress of these situations and the potential future implications can lead to people avoiding getting legal counsel when they would otherwise benefit from it.
We believe a good rule of thumb is that it is never a bad idea to consult an attorney if you are concerned about your rights or have questions about a legally binding contract.