Sunday, August 15, 2010

Philadelphia Area Employment Law Firm

Employment Lawyers Representing Employees in Communities Such as Paoli, Exton, Malvern, Phoenixville, Downingtown, Chadds Ford, Media, Broomall, Springfield, Wayne, Lansdale, Souderton, Blue Bell, Ardmore, Reading and Lancaster

At the Gallagher Law Group, we represent only employees with workplace rights issues. Call 610-647-5027, e-mail me directly or send an e-mail inquiry via the "Fill Out My Form" box to the upper right of this page. We will respond promptly with an analysis of your situation, and discuss potential options going forward at no cost to you.

If you need an Experienced Employment Lawyetr to help you assert your rights under state and federal laws, John A. Gallagher has been practicing Employment Law in Pennsylvania since 1991. You may also visit our Website at http://www.johnagallagher.com/

Recently , we have uploaded some videos on YouTube to provide employees with answers to frequently asked questions. Although these videos are not intended to consuitute legal advice from me to you, they hopefully will help you achieve a better understanding of the way employment law works. In this way, you will be better able to assert and protect your right to work. Here are links to 3 videos you may want to check out:

What is Sexual Harassment and What Can I Do About It?

7 Things to Know About Unemployment in Pennsylvania

What Are My Rights Under the Family and Medical Leave Act in Pennsylvania?

Also, to find out more about commonloy asked employment law questions, use the Search tool on this Blog.

Contingent Fee Labor Lawyer in Philadelphia Area With Offices in Paoli (Main Office), King of Prussia, Radnor, Plymouth Meeting, Exton and Center City

If you believe you have been the victim of a wrongful termination, call us today and we will discuss your matter at no cost to you. We represent only individuals, each and every day, and specialize in asserting their rights in state and federal courts throughout Pennsylvania on a contingent fee basis.

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