A Columbus, OH Wage and Employment Law Firm That Works For You
Count on our attorneys when you need us most
Do you work in Columbus or the surrounding area? Does your current or former employer owe you money for work you did in Franklin or Delaware County? Were you paid all overtime earned? Did you work through unpaid lunches? Did you share tips with management? Were you misclassified as non-exempt or as an independent contractor? Were you wrongfully terminated in Columbus? Or perhaps you are a victim of workplace discrimination or harassment in Clintonville, University District or another neighborhood in Columbus?
Whatever happened to you at work, no matter how complicated your case might seem, our experienced, Columbus employment law attorneys want to help you hold your employer – or potential employer – accountable for its actions. That’s what drives us to work hard every day at Nilges Draher LLC – our commitment to justice.
Nilges Draher LLC
34 North High Street
Columbus, OH 43215
Located in Columbus and serving workers throughout Ohio, our legal team works tirelessly on complex legal issues involving workers’ rights. Since our firm was founded in 2014, our attorneys have recovered more than $26 million for workers in Ohio and throughout the nation. We’re proud of our results and we’re eager to work with you.
Cases we handle in Columbus, OH
Every employment law case we handle is unique. Some of the most common types of cases we handle in Columbus involve:
Because every case is different, it’s important to talk to an employment law attorney as soon as possible about exactly what happened to you. Contact us today and learn more about all the legal options available to you.
Your case counts in Columbus
Legal cases involving employment law can be very complex. There’s also often a lot at stake. That’s why most employers hire an attorney to represent them if you decide to take legal action. Your employer might even have a lawyer already on staff to handle such issues.
Either way, trying to tackle such a complex case on your own can be nearly impossible. Depending on the circumstances of your employment situation, you might need to deal with the Ohio Civil Rights Commission (OCRC) or another government agency investigating your complaint. Also, claims for unpaid minimum wages or overtime include complex, fact-intensive exemptions. And if you make a mistake, you could miss out on your opportunity for justice and any financial compensation to which you may be entitled. Finally, prompt action is always advisable because of the varying statutes of limitations.
We know how the legal system works in Columbus and across Ohio. We know which state and federal laws apply to different cases. And which strategies often work best for successfully resolving such claims. Work is a huge part of your life, and we get that, so give your employment concerns the attention they deserve. Schedule your free case evaluation with a Columbus employment law attorney who cares. We can help.