Columbus, OH Workplace Harassment Attorneys Who Demand Justice
Our law firm will help you every step of the way
Have you been harassed at work in Columbus? Is your employer not taking your complaint seriously? Or perhaps your supervisor is the one harassing you and you’re afraid you could lose your job if you speak out?
You’re not alone. We can help. Our experienced workplace harassment attorneys can help you every step of the way. That’s because we have handled numerous harassment cases at Nilges Draher LLC in Columbus and throughout Franklin County, Ohio.
Nilges Draher LLC
34 N High St #502
Columbus, OH 43215
Results matter when it comes to harassment cases. That’s why we’re proud of our track record of success. Since our firm was founded, we have recovered from than $50 million for workers in Columbus and nationwide.
Types of workplace harassment cases
Workplace harassment cases can cover a wide range. Often, such cases involve a pattern of physical or verbal abuse at work. But harassment in the workplace can also include a single traumatic incident. Some of the most common – and often most serious – workplace harassment cases we handle at our law firm in Columbus involve:
- Verbal harassment (can be offensive or sexual in nature)
- Physical harassment (touching you inappropriately, pushing you, etc.)
- Sexual harassment (verbal or physical)
- Repeatedly telling offensive jokes (about your gender, race, sexual orientation, etc.)
- Threatening you with violence if you report such events to your supervisor
- Threatening to fire you or demote you if your supervisor is the one harassing you
Workplace harassment is a serious matter. That’s why it’s important to talk to an attorney who takes it seriously. Contact our law firm as soon as possible.
What we can do to help you
If someone is harassing you at work, why do you need a lawyer? All you have to do is report your complaint to the Ohio Civil Rights Commission (OCRC) or the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and they will take care of everything, right?
Unfortunately, that’s not how harassment cases usually work. Instead, the person harassing you will likely deny doing anything wrong. They might even try to claim you’re the harasser. Either way, your employer will likely hire an entire team of attorneys to defend their actions and deny you the financial compensation you may be entitled to receive.
They don’t intimidate us. We know how to handle complicated harassment cases and find the facts you need to build a strong legal case. Whether it’s reviewing correspondence that documents your harassment or tracking down co-workers who experienced similar harassment, we’re prepared to do the work that needs to be done to win your case.
Contact our law firm and discover what an experienced Columbus workplace harassment lawyer can do for you. Schedule your free case evaluation today.