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Best Ohio Employment Discrimination Lawyer Reply: Can I make my employer pay my attorneys' fees? What can I do if I don’t have the money to pay an attorney to sue my job for wrongful termination? Why should I have to pay to file a race discrimination lawsuit against my former employer? Let’s start with the basics. Most employment law lawyers will charge an hourly fee to represent employees in employment discrimination, sexual harassment, wrongful termination, or wage and hour claims. These employment attorneys will then require these recently fired employees to hand over part of their savings as a retainer that the attorney will hold in their trust account and bill against. Some attorneys are even worse, they will take a contingent fee on top of an hourly rate. Most

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Best Ohio Employment Discrimination Attorney Answer: What kinds of damages can I get for my claim? How can I make my employer responsible for my attorney’s fees? Why sue under Ohio law if I can get attorneys fees under Title VII? Many of the wrongfully fired that come to see our employment discrimination lawyers are surprised to learn that, as great as their case may be, they are not automatically entitled to an award of attorneys fees if they win their case against their former employer. As good as our employment law attorneys are at obtaining great settlements and verdicts for our clients, there is nothing they can do to force an employer to pay these fees. This means that the client will end up paying their own attorneys fees out of the settlement. This is a product of the

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Best Ohio Employment Discrimination Attorney Help: Can I sue my employer for wrongful termination even if I was forced to retire because of age discrimination? I quit my job because the hostile work environment was intolerably discriminatory; can I sue for wrongful termination? Our experienced employment discrimination lawyers have written extensively about what a wrongfully terminated employee has to prove in court in order to hold their employers responsible for their termination. (See What Is Public Policy Wrongful Termination?; What Damages Do I Get In Wrongful Termination Cases?; I Was Fired Today But Male Co-Workers Were Not!; I Was Fired Today For Reporting Wage Theft! ). In these employment law blogs, our employment discrimination lawyers explained that in most cases, the

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Best Ohio Wrongful Termination Lawyer Reply: Should I ask for my employee file if I am fired? What is an arbitration agreement? Can my employer prevent me from suing it for race discrimination or sexual harassment? Many employees show up at our office after being wrongfully fired for gender, religion, or disability discrimination looking to sue their employer. Some employees show up saying, “I was fired today for…” taking FMLA leave or after filing a Workers’ Compensation claim. Maybe its pregnancy discrimination or your boss’s refusal to pay overtime. But, most come with visions of filing a lawsuit and taking their boss, manager, supervisor or employer to court. These employees envision judges in black robes and jurors sitting in the jury box

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Best Ohio Employment Discrimination Attorney Answer: Can my boss give me more work than everyone else because I’m Black? Can I sue my boss for giving me the worst office because I’m Hispanic? Can I sue my manager only gives new computers to the men in my department? Our discrimination lawyers often hear from employees facing a multitude of problems at work: bad attitudes, personality conflicts, undeserved and unfair discipline, and just general feelings that the boss is being unfair. Just about anywhere you look, there is no shortage of complaints about work. But when does it become illegal so that you have a viable claim for wrongful termination? The truth is, employers are allowed to be unfair, to be arbitrary, and to be wrong. “At-will” employment

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Best Ohio Employment Discrimination Attorney Answer: Who do I sue for wrongful termination if I was working a job through a staffing agency? Can I be fired for taking FMLA medical leave? My job requires me to work for two different companies and I was let go for an unlawful reason, which company should I sue? With the increase of staffing and temporary employment agencies, one can easily understand the question “who do you work for?” isn’t quite easy to answer. Usually, what our employment attorneys see in our office is an employee who, after engaging in protected activity (such as reporting or opposing race/color, religion, gender/sex, national origin, age, or disability discrimination or filing a Worker’s Compensation claim) at a client of a staffing

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