Employment Law

Salisbury Employment Lawyers

Working With Employers and Employees

Hearne & Bailey, P.A. has the experience and capability to handle some of the most complicated employment-based lawsuits possible. This is an area of law where any of a number of matters can be at stake, and we have what it takes to represent employees who wish to sue for fair and just compensation or employers who need to defend against unfair claims.

Learn more about what we can do for you by scheduling a consultation with our attorneys. During this initial meeting, you can tell us about your situation, and we’ll offer ways in which our legal support can help.

Schedule your consultation with us by calling (410) 618-0903 today or filling out an online contact form.

Employment Law Cases We Handle

We can help you argue your case in a lawsuit based in the following and more:

  • Sexual harassment
  • Discrimination
  • Harassment
  • Wage and hour law violations
  • Family and Medical Leave Act violations
  • Retaliation
  • Whistleblower claims
  • Wrongful termination

We may not be limited to handling only these types of disputes. If you need to hold an employer accountable for violating the law, or need help defending your company against such a lawsuit, the Salisbury employment law attorneys at Hearne & Bailey, P.A. are here to provide the legal assistance you need.

When Should I Hire an Employment Law Attorney?

The time when you should reach out to an attorney for help depends upon which side of a potential legal dispute you come across.

If you are an employer, you should retain the services of an employment lawyer in Salisbury as soon as you become aware of a lawsuit filed against your company, if an employee has threatened legal action against your company, or you otherwise believe there is a credible risk of a lawsuit.

If you are an employee who needs to pursue legal action, deciding when to do so is usually restricted by the statute of limitations for your type of claim. In other words, you have a limited amount of time to file your lawsuit depending upon the type of claim. If you wait too long, you risk losing your chance of seeking fair and just compensation.

Why Clients Choose Us for Their Employment Cases

When you are involved in an employment law dispute, having experienced legal representation on your side matters. At Hearne & Bailey, P.A., our firm has more than 100 years of experience helping clients near Salisbury and beyond reach favorable resolutions to their legal problems involving their employees or an employer.

Individually, each attorney at our firm is selected to advocate for our clients because they have demonstrated the skill and ability it takes to be a Hearne & Bailey, P.A. attorney. You can expect our attorneys to work closely with you on your case to personalize arguments favoring your interests and goals with unique facts relevant to your specific situation.

In other words, we won’t assume that a strategy that works for one client will work for all – we will craft a legal strategy unique to your situation and adapt it as we move forward with the legal process.

Interested in learning more about how we can handle your case? Reach out to us online by filling out our online contact form and request an initial consultation. We offer the possibility of same-day appointments.

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