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DEALING WITH PROBLEMS AT WORK? WE CAN HELP.
Tired of being harassed or discriminated at work?
Stop allowing your employer to have the upper hand. You have rights!
At Wenzel Fenton Cabassa, P.A., our employment law attorneys are experienced in protecting employees from workplace discrimination, wrongful termination, retaliation, bullying and much more. If you’re dealing with employer issues, find out why you should have a lawyer on your side.
Don’t do this alone. We’ve helped thousands of others just like you.
When employees want workplace justice, they call us. We’re the employee’s law firm— a tireless legal team fighting for your rights.
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HELPING EMPLOYEES GET THE JUSTICE THEY DESERVE
We are relentless in our pursuit of workplace rights – and it shows. Our team of employee rights attorneys work tirelessly to defend and protect our clients from illegal workplace abuses, such as discrimination, retaliation, and unpaid wages. Although each case is different and each result is case-specific, we explore every avenue to ensure our clients are adequately compensated for their losses. Below are some of our most significant Florida employment law case results awarded to our clients.
As a general rule, you have to listen to your boss. You may disagree with business decisions or management directives, but you have limited options unless they are unlawful or impinge on protected employee rights. But there are things your boss can’t legally do — they are not above the law. Workers across Florida and […]
Discrimination based on race is illegal in the workplace. Employees have strong legal protections that employers must abide by — or be held accountable for law violations. Florida employees, and workers across the country, can file a race discrimination lawsuit with an employment law attorney against their employer if they have a case. What Is […]
Employees have a right to religious accommodations in the workplace under federal law. Understanding your religious rights at work is key to knowing whether you may be facing religious discrimination. It is not uncommon for employers to refuse religious accommodations in the workplace. If this has happened to you, or if you have been disparately […]