Employment Litigation Lawyer in Minot
If you have been subjected to unwanted sexual advances, were fired for blowing the whistle on illegal activity or have experienced discrimination by an employer, you should discuss your case as soon as possible with an experienced employment litigation attorney in Minot. Many employment law claims are limited to a 180-day statute of limitations.
At the Larson Law Firm, P.C., we represent clients throughout North Dakota and Northwestern Minnesota in all types of employment law cases. We will provide you with an honest evaluation of any potential claims you may have against your employer.
If you are experiencing discrimination in the workplace, you need legal representation. Contact our North Dakota employment law lawyer online or call 877-641-3846 for a free initial consultation and case evaluation.
We Handle All Types of Employment Discrimination Claims
Attorney Mark Larson has more than 30 years of legal experience. He represents employees who have suffered from all types of employment discrimination, including:
- Workplace discrimination by an employer, supervisor or co-worker that is based on age, race or ethnicity, gender, disability, pregnancy status or religion
- Sexual harassment or hostile work environments based on gender
- Retaliation or wrongful discharge for reporting safety violations, environmental abuses or criminal activities for refusing to perform illegal acts
Discrimination and harassment in the workplace can relate to screening and hiring practices, pay differentials, being passed over for promotion, work assignments, discipline and termination. It can also include failures to make reasonable accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
We have extensive experience representing clients who have experienced discrimination based on a disability or pregnancy status. We have a firm understanding of the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and will aggressively pursue justice. Our legal team also advocates for employees who have been terminated for attempting to exercise their rights under an ERISA benefits plan.
Dedicated Help With Employment Law Remedies
Victims of harassment, discrimination or wrongful termination can seek damages for back pay, compensation they would have earned if they had continued with the job, damage to reputation, emotional distress and related medical care or counseling. In certain situations, remedies may include a promotion or job reinstatement. In egregious cases of sexual harassment, whistleblower retaliation or systemic discrimination, victims may be awarded punitive damages. Most cases are settled out of court.
Call for a Free Consultation With a Wrongful Termination Attorney in Ward County
If you have suffered harassment or discriminatory treatment at work or were wrongfully terminated, you may be entitled to compensation. Contact our Minot employment litigation lawyer online or call 877-641-3846 for a free initial consultation to discuss your case.