Columbus, OH Employment Lawyers With The Experience You Need
Count on our attorneys when you need us most
Were you wrongfully terminated in Columbus? Does your former employer still owe you money for work you did in Franklin or Delaware County? Or perhaps you are a victim of workplace discrimination or harassment in Clintonville, University District or another neighborhood in Columbus?
Whatever the circumstances of your workplace-related legal issue, take your case seriously right from the start. Make sure you have an experienced Columbus employment law attorney on your side who understands the law and knows how to get results.
Nilges Draher LLC
34 N High St #502
Columbus, OH 43215
The experienced lawyers at Nilges Draher LLC have been handling complex employment law cases in Columbus and throughout Ohio for years. Our hard work has resulted in recovering more than $50 million for workers in Columbus and nationwide. There’s no substitute for experience, no substitute for success.
What legal issue are you dealing with?
There are many state and federal laws that exist to protect the rights of workers just like you. Unfortunately, some employers don’t play by the rules and violate the rights of employees. Common employment law cases we handle in Columbus include:
- An employer discriminates against a job applicant on the basis of race or gender.
- An employer retaliates against an employee for filing a complaint, including:
- Not promoting a worker who filed a complaint
- Demoting a worker who filed a complaint
- Changing the worker’s schedule to a less desirable schedule
- Firing the worker who filed a complaint (wrongful termination)
- An employer creates a hostile work environment
An employer violates wage laws to underpay employees for their work; for example, by not paying overtime, not paying for all hours worked, misclassifying employees or implementing unlawful tip-pooling schemes.
You have rights as a worker. And our law firm can work with you to protect them. Schedule your free case evaluation today. We offer initial evaluations on the phone, making them more convenient for you.
How our lawyers can help you
Many employment law cases in Columbus involve filing a complaint with the Ohio Civil Rights Commission or the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s Columbus office. Once you file a complaint, you might think that’s all you have to do. But often, this is just the first step in a lengthy legal process. And without an experienced employment law attorney on your side, your complaint might not get the attention it rightfully deserves – and you may not get the recourse you deserve.
We understand what’s at stake. And we’re prepared to do the work that needs to be done to make things right. We know how to formally request employment records and search for inconsistencies or a pattern of discrimination or harassment, and analyze wage and hour data. We understand the legal process and which deadlines must be met to successfully move your case through the legal system in Columbus. And we’re not afraid to take legal action against an employer who violated the law and your rights.
Contact our Columbus law firm today and discover what a dedicated employment law attorney can do for you. We can help.