Thursday, September 2, 2010

Employment Law Firm Serving Philadelphia Area

eLabor Lawyer Representing Only Employees With Offices in Paoli, King of Prussia, Plymouth Meeting, Exton, Radnor and Philadelphia

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 Wrongful Termination Lawyer 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

We assist employees on a wide range of employment law issues, such as discrimination, retaliation, wrongful discharge, overtime and wage claims, unemployment appeals, FMLA leave, ADA reasonable accommodations, long term disability claims, non-competition agreements and negotiating severance packages.  Often, our representation includes analysis of a combination of such issues.

For example, one needs to understand the interplay between ADA, FMLA, long-term disability claims and unemployment claims to be fully congizant of how to proceed when a medical condition affects one's ability to work.  Favorable negotiation of severance packages often entails obtaining leverage via a threatened discrimination, wrongful discharge or retaliation claims.  Unemployment appeals often yield valuable testimony useful in prosecuting a retaliation or discrimination claim.

We understand each and every law governing the employment of individuals in Pennsylvania, so we are well-suited to assist you in executing a strategy to protect your rights, or prosecuting a lawsuit to enforce them.

Discrimination Lawyer Serving Individuals in Locations Such as Gladwyne, Glenside, Gulph Mills, Haverford, Jeffersonville, Harleysville, Conshohocken, Schwenksville, Skippack, Souderton, Abington, Ambler, Plymouth Whitemarsh and Bryn Athyn

If you believe your employer has fired you illegally, call us today and we will discuss your matter at no cost to you. We will discuss your potential for receiving unemployment benefits, as well as your claim for unlawful separation from your job.  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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