In the best cases, you get along with your boss and coworkers, your workplace is pleasant, you get paid when you’re supposed to, and you are recognized properly for the work that you do. But sometimes, even the most conscientious worker occasionally needs help from a lawyer. Consider the following issues:
Can your employer fire you if you get called up to serve in active duty?
Must you pump breast milk in the bathroom?
Do you have to work through your break anytime your supervisor asks?
May you take an extra bathroom break even if you are on duty at the time?
Some answers are easy, and some answers depend on certain facts in your situation. A lawyer can help determine what the answers to these questions are for you. Although you can handle many employment matters on your own, some issues are confusing and will require some legal expertise. Employment law can change rapidly. Courts and government agencies issue new opinions interpreting these laws frequently, sometimes completely overturning what everyone thought the law meant.
Law Offices of Angel J. Horacek will consult with you to determine whether you may need a lawyer to stand up for you.