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Calling The Right Attorney Is The Most Important Thing You Can Do
It is really tricky to know your employment law rights in the modern workplace. If you are saying, “I’m being discriminated at work,” then you have come to the right place. The employment lawyers at Spitz, The Employee’s Law Firm are here to help you.
We’ve helped people throughout Ohio get the results they deserved. If you suspect you’re being discriminated against at work, you have options. Many people face discrimination without even realizing it. We can help ensure your workplace is treating you honestly and fairly.
What We Do
Know The Signs Of Workplace Discrimination
You may not even consider your treatment at work as wrong or illegal. You may think all workplaces operate the same way. Our attorneys have worked with thousands of people, many of whom didn’t consider their treatment actionable.
If you find yourself asking questions like:
- “Do I have a claim for being fired or wrongfully terminated?”
- “My boss is touching me. What should I do?”
- “Can I be fired for taking medical leave?”
- “How do I report my boss for discriminating against me because I’m Black or based on my race or national origin?”
- “I just filed a workers’ compensation claim and got fired. Now, what do I do?”
You have options. Talk to us today and find out how we can help.
Why Our Clients Love Us
“Most attorneys wouldn’t touch my case or treated me like a second class citizen because I was making minimum wage. I know the important people and the large cases that attorney Spitz has had for clients, but he always treated me like I was his most important client and he got me a lot of money for my case.”
– Luther J.
“Spitz, The Employee’s Law Firm sued my company and I saw firsthand the quality of work and the result that they obtained, but in a professional and respectful manner. So when my wife had an issue with her employer, I called Brian to represent her. He did not disappoint.”
“I was amazed at how honest attorney Spitz was with me. The free meeting was really free. He took the time and gave me honest options. When they took my case, I did not have to pay him anything upfront like he said he would. Then he got me more than I ever thought possible. I give everyone I know his card. Attorney Spitz is the best.”
“My boss sexually harassed and touched me. I was so hurt and scared. Brian took care of me and gave me my life back by going after him and [my employer].”
– Angela G.
“These guys are not afraid of anything or anyone.”
“Brian explained in a way that I could understand everything that was happening and what would happen. It was like he could see the future and was planning three steps in front of everyone else. It was crazy.”
– James Q.
“Brian Spitz and the attorneys at Spitz, The Employee’s Law Firm are the most courteous, caring, professional individuals with a WARRIOR’S attitude to fight for the clients and justice.”
“Spitz, The Employee’s Law Firm worked meticulously and determinedly regarding my discrimination case against a former employer. I am very satisfied with the conclusion of the case. The attorneys and staff were proficient, considerate and compassionate. I will refer my family and friends to Spitz, The Employee’s Law Firm because I know they will work resolutely to make sure their clients are pleased.”
– Monique P.
Why Work With Us?
All employment attorneys, discrimination lawyers and employee rights law firms are not created equal. The American Bar Association reports that there are now over 1.2 million attorneys in the United States. Some of these attorneys appear in television commercials, but not in court. Some employment lawyers can tell you what the books say, but couldn’t find the court, let alone litigate a sexual harassment case in front of jury.
After successfully taking on many Fortune 500 companies, in 2017 and 2018 Newsweek made Spitz, The Employee’s Law Firm, the only exclusive employee law firm on its list of Premier Law Firms. In 2015, Brian was recognized in Newsweek as a Legal Superstar – again the only employees’ side employment law lawyer on the list. In 2013, Brian was recognized in Newsweek Magazine as one the 30 overall “Nationwide Top Attorneys.”