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Waterbury Employment Discrimination Attorney

Are you a victim of wrongful termination, discrimination or unfair treatment at work?

At Axelrod & Associates, we serve the community of Waterbury in all types of employment discrimination claims, and know how difficult these issues can be, both financially and personally. The loss of a job can affect an individual far beyond just the issue of income, it can take a heavy toll on your self confidence and be personally devastating, particularly if you have worked long and hard to serve a company and are suddenly terminated. At our firm, we will carefully review your situation to determine the best way to bring it to a resolution for you, with the least amount of trouble. In many cases, we have found that a Letter of Demand or Letter of Investigation sent to your employer can lead to a fast and less stressful resolution, avoiding litigation. When an employer that has allowed you to be treated unfairly continues to not take responsibility for the situation, we can press forward with litigation when this would best serve your interests. We know how difficult these situations are and do all we can to reduce the stress and worry involved in any employment law issue.

Discrimination, Harassment, Hostile Work Environment, Severance Agreements, and other Employment Law Matters in Waterbury

Our firm has decades of experience in successfully resolving issues involving employment discrimination, including cases of age discrimination, disability discrimination, ERISA, violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act, Family Medical Leave Act violations , national origin discrimination, pregnancy discrimination, race discrimination, religious discrimination, as well as professionally representing cases involving retaliation & hostile work environment. We are very skilled in negotiating fair severance agreements, but should be contacted as early as possible as there are mandatory time limits on these matters, and we do not want to see you lose potential compensation that you could have achieved through failing to negotiate your severance in a timely manner. We also represent individuals that are the victim of sexual harassment, sex/gender discrimination, have filed whistleblower claims, have suffered the loss of employment or other unfair treatment in cases of workers' compensation retaliation , and all other types of wrongful termination cases.

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Contact a Waterbury employment lawyer from Axelrod & Associates for personal legal counsel in all types of discrimination cases and other employment law matters.

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Axelrod & Associates LLC
New Haven Employment Discrimination Attorney

Located at: 8 Lunar Drive,
Woodbridge, CT 06525
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