Experienced Employment & Labor Attorneys Fighting for Employee Rights in Orlando, FL

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If you, or someone you know, is a victim of workplace discrimination, retaliation or harassment, it is essential to find the right team of employment lawyers to represent you. Our experienced labor lawyers in Orlando, Florida have represented thousands of employees and continue to fight aggressively against workplace violations and unfair labor practices.

Our Practice Areas

  • Unpaid Wages and Overtime
  • FMLA Violations
  • Employment Discrimination
  • Wrongful Termination
  • Hostile Work Environment
  • Workplace Retaliation
  • Employment Contracts
  • Fair Credit Reporting Act Violations
  • Florida Unemployment Compensation Violations
  • Florida COBRA Insurance Violations
  • EEOC Mediation
  • Government Investigations

To learn more about the services we provide, visit our full list of Practice Areas.

Wrongful Termination

Although Florida is an “at-will” employment state, your employer does not have the right to fire you for reasons such as:

  • Filing a Workers’ Compensation claim
  • Discrimination, such as age, race, sex, and gender
  • Blowing the whistle on illegal or unethical activities
  • Filing for FMLA leave
  • Wage disputes and unpaid overtime

If you were fired from your job through no fault of your own, a wrongful termination lawyer in Orlando can determine if your firing was illegal and what steps are needed to prove your case.

EEOC Mediation

In the State of Florida, every retaliation or discrimination claim based on race, sex, age, religion, or national origin, begins with filing a complaint with the EEOC. It is a process that can be done without the representation of a lawyer. However, it is important to know the benefits of having an experienced labor lawyer representing your case.

Benefits of Hiring a Labor Lawyer to Represent Your EEOC Case

  • The EEOC represents both the employee and the employer. An employment lawyer is an employee advocate.
  • The EEOC can provide inaccuracies in their charges which could cause credibility issues. An employment lawyer can find the errors for you and make sure your credibility is protected.
  • An employment attorney can draft the charge and control the message – ensuring accuracy.
  • An employment attorney can amend a charge if inaccuracies are found.

Also, without the right legal representation, the process can be long and drawn out. Hiring an experienced EEOC lawyer in Orlando can assist in speeding up the meditation process and maximizing your recovery.

Need help building your case? Contact our law firm today. Just fill out our confidential consultation form, and we will contact you to schedule your appointment. There is no obligation.

Orlando, FL Office

By Appointment Only

Wenzel Fenton Cabassa, P.A.

5401 South Kirkman Rd.
Suite 310
Orlando, FL 32819



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Everyone who I’ve had contact with at Wenzel Fenton Cabassa has been amazing. Mr. Saba was extremely professional and I believe he has provided me with more than excellent results. Initially, I had many doubts and anxieties about proceeding with my claim but after speaking with Mr. Saba those feelings were quickly relinquished by virtue of his knowledge and professionalism. Any questions I may have had over the course of the case were always answered quickly and detailed with explanation. Not once did I ever feel abandoned or ignored, and in a world that’s so busy, it’s comforting to know you were still able to make time for the “little guy”. Thank you for helping my family during these stressful times and providing us with the resolution we needed.
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