Employment Law Attorneys Serving Cleveland
We can fight for your legal rights
Did your Cleveland employer retaliate against you for filing a complaint at work? Are you confused about what your rights are or whether you even have a legal case in Cuyahoga County? Stop speculating about what to do. Get straight answers from a law firm you can trust. Contact Nilges Draher LLC right now.
Our experienced Cleveland employment law attorneys have been handling complex cases like yours for years - and we have the results to prove it. Overall, we've recovered more than $26 million for workers in Cleveland and across the country.
Nilges Draher, LLC
614 W. Superior Avenue, Suite 1148
Cleveland OH 44113
We're proud of our results. But it's not about the money. What drives us to work hard for workers in Cleveland is our desire to deliver justice. If your employer didn't pay you as promised or violated some other labor law, your company should be held responsible for its actions. You play by the rules. So should everyone else.
Cases we handle in Cleveland
Our law firm handles a wide range of cases involving employment law in Cleveland. Some of the most common cases people contact us about involve:
- A hostile workplace environment
- Workplace retaliation, especially if you:
- Filed a sexual harassment complaint at work
- Filed an unsafe workplace complaint
- Filed a workplace discrimination complaint
- Wrongful termination
In addition to state and federal laws designed to protect workers, Cleveland has unique local employment laws. That's why it's critical that you have a Cleveland employment law attorney who knows the legal system in Cuyahoga County on your side.
How our law firm can help you
You might think you don't need to hire a lawyer if you file a work-related complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's Cleveland office or the Ohio Civil Rights Commission. These government agencies will take care of everything, right?
But it's important to remember you're not the only person seeking justice. And without a lawyer representing your best interests, your complaint might not receive the attention it rightfully deserves. That's why we want to work with you.
We know how to investigate work-related complaints. We know what evidence to look for. And we can represent you with these state and federal agencies, your employer and your attorney. Often, your employer will agree to cooperate and settle your case before a lawsuit is ever filed. But if your employer refuses to cooperate, we're prepared to take them to court. Put your trust in a Cleveland employment law attorney who puts your needs first. Contact us today and schedule your free consultation.