Spitz, The Employee’s Law Firm, is proud to announce its inclusion once again in Newsweek’s Legal Super Stars of 2022. This year, Newsweek included only seven law firms to feature throughout the entire United States as Legal Super Stars. Of those seven, Spitz was the only firm that focused on employment law and the only one in Ohio. You can read to full Newsweek article here: Superstars & Superheroes: Spitz, The Employee’s Law Firm.
This year, our attorneys were particularly recognized for their ongoing success in representing women who have been the victims of sexual harassment by a boss, manager, supervisor or even the owner of the company where they work. No woman should be forced to endure sexual harassment or sexual assault in order to work, and our attorneys are dedicated to making sure that the perpetrators of such heinous acts are held accountable.
Of course, our employment law attorneys continue to battle all unlawful conduct perpetuated by employers against employees, including fighting race/color, religion, gender/sex (including pregnancy and LGBTQ+ status), national origin, age, disability discrimination. We fight FMLA violation and Workers’ Compensation retaliation. Our employment lawyers represent returning military facing USERRA violations. We will make sure that our clients are paid minimum wage and time and half for overtime pay. If you have be wrongfully fired, give our attorneys a call for a completely free and confidential evaluation.
As one of the top three largest law firms in the country dedicated exclusively to representing employees, we have more resources, more attorneys, and more collective experience to put into fighting for you. Your employer already has a lawyer, and it’s not likely a solo practitioner or small firm lawyer practicing in some cramped little office. You need a lawyer that your employer and its big firm counsel will respect and know will take your case all the way to a jury if needed. You will get that at Spitz, The Employee’s Law Firm.
In the end, while the awards and recognitions that our law firm receives are very nice, that is not what we strive for. Our goal is and always has been to help people who are trying hard to earn and live but are being confronted with unlawful and illegal action by their employers. Our goal is to help these employees stand up for what is right, be compensated for the transgression taken against them, and restore their dignity. So, while the awards and recognitions are flattering, as Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. said, “there will be a day, the question won’t be, ‘How many awards did you get in life?’ … the question will be, ‘What did you do for others?’”
Our attorneys stand ready to help you, your family, and your loved ones. Call any time to speak to someone live and get a completely free initial consultation. Moreover, Spitz will never ask you to pull even one dollar out of your pocket to pursue an employment claim. We are so confident in our ability to win for you, that we only get paid when we recover for you.