Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Free Analysis of Your Pennsylvania Employment Matter

If You Need an Attorney to Discuss Whether You Have a Claim Relating to Your Employment, John A. Gallagher Provides a Free Telephone Consultation

Free Analysis Just a Phone Call Away
Over the past 24 years, I have fielded literally thousands of calls from people who are interested in determining whether they may have a case against their current or former employer for a wide variety of potential claims, such as: 

*  Overtime

*  Wrongful Termination

*  Discrimination

*  Retaliation

*  Constructive Discharge

*  Hostile Work Environment

*  Failure to grant a reasonable accommodation as required under the Americans With       Disabilities Act

*  Violation of the Family and Medical Leave Act 

Moreover, I have  guided many, many people through negotiating or resolving disputes related to:

*  Employment Agreements

*  Separation Agreements

*  Severance Agreements

*  Non-Compete Agreements

*  ERISA Plans

*  Short-term and Long-Term Disability contracts

In addition, I have assessed and handled hundreds of unemployment related matters, such as:

*  Willful Misconduct Referee Hearings

*  Voluntary Quit Referee Hearings

*  Independent Contractor/Self-Employment Referee Hearings

Finally, I have helped many then-employed employees figure out how to resolve ongoing problems at work or, if resolution is not possible, how to negotiate a departure from employment that is fair to all concerned.

Call 610-647-5027
Philadelphia Area Employment Lawyer Who Represents Employees and Provides Free Telephone Consultations

If you would like an analysis of your situation, simply call John A. Gallagher at 610-647-5027.  

I will spend 10-15 minutes with you, and will provide you with an overview of the controlling law, along with an assessment of how I may be helpful to you.  Then, having become informed as to how the law governing your situation works, you will have an opportunity to think things over and make an informed decision as to whether retaining counsel makes sense for you.  


Prior to calling me, please see whether one of "Most Popular" Posts or Videos addresses your situation or, if not, use the Search Key to search out your topic.  Engaging in such self-education will make our time together even more productive!   

Helping Pennsylvania Workers Since 1991
John A. Gallagher is an attorney located 20 miles west of Philadelphia who concentrates his practice on helping Pennsylvania workers located in towns such as Media, West Chester, Downingtown, Coatesville, Caln, Phoenixville, Lionville, Collegeville, Ardmore, Bryn Mawr, Havertown, Haverford, Rose Tree, Blue Bell, Oaks, Thorndale, Coatesville, New Hope, Lancaster, Reading, Pottstown, Frazer, Morgantown, Wayne, Gladwyne, Springfield, Ardmore, Wynnewood and surrounding areas.   

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