Employment Law

New York City Employment Lawyer

Every day workers across New York City and around the nation suffer from unfair actions and illegal employment practices. While there are many federal, state and local laws on the books that are designed to protect our nation’s workers, employers often take actions in the workplace that violate these laws and the legal rights of their employees.

Federal and state laws require employers to pay employees fair wages for the time that they work. These laws also mandate that employers pay premium wages to certain categories of workers who work overtime. Employers are also required to provide their employees with a work environment that is free from discrimination and harassment. When a worker believes that he or she has been discriminated against in the workplace or that his or her legal rights have been violated, the worker may be able to take legal action against her employer.

Advocating For Employees in a Wide Range of Employment Law Cases

If you have been wronged by your employer, Hansen & Associates will fight for your rights at every stage of the legal process. We are an experienced team of legal professionals that understands the complicated laws and regulations governing employer-employee relationships.

Our attorneys know what it takes to win a challenging employment law case and we are prepared to do everything we can to help our clients obtain the full relief that they are entitled to. Our law firm is committed to advocating for the rights of employees in all legal forums, including New York City Commission on Human Rights, the New York State Division of Human Rights, mediation, arbitration, litigation, trials, and appeals. The choice of when and where to file your claim can be complex, but we will guide you thorough this choice and select forum that s best for you and your individual case. We handle a wide-range of employment law matters, such as:

Providing Strong Legal Representation for NYC Employees

When you are involved in an employment related dispute with your employer you need to have strong legal team on your side. Your company is going to assemble a powerful team of attorneys to protect their interests, so you need to be sure you have an experienced employment lawyer who will protect and represent you to obtain the best possible recovery or settlement in your case.

We understand that the decision to file a claim is difficult, but It is important to keep in mind that the law has very strong protections to prevent retaliation. Employers can be held liable for a separate claim of retaliation if your complained about or opposed an unlawful discriminatory practice such as sexual harassment, or otherwise participated in a claim or lawsuit. You are also protected from retaliation (even if you are mistaken in your claim) as long as you have a “good faith” belief that your employer committed or permitted an illegal or discriminatory practice.

Hansen & Associates is a New York City law firm that is committed to helping individuals. For more than 20 years we have been representing employees who have been treated unjustly by their employers. Our firm is widely respected by our peers and we have achieved some of the largest verdicts for our clients. We are not afraid to take on the large companies and the difficult cases. We are a top-notch legal team that leverages our experience, skills and knowledge to enforce our clients’ rights and help them win their case.

Contact Us to Find Out How We Can Help

If you believe you may have a case against your employer, we encourage you to contact Hansen & Associates today. We will answer your questions and review your situation to identify the best courses of action available in your employment law case. To schedule a free consultation with an employment lawyer at our New York City firm call us at 1-844-426-7385.

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What Should I Do Now?

Call us immediately at 212-697-3701 or complete the form so we can advise steps to take.

If you don’t take action and allow the behavior to continue without complaint you may lose your right to file a claim.