Columbus, OH Wrongful Termination Attorneys You Can Trust
We work hard for you and respect your rights
Did your employer wrongfully terminate you in Columbus? Odds are they insist they didn’t do anything and were following the law. You know the truth. You know you didn’t do anything wrong. And you deserve justice.
Our experienced Columbus wrongful termination lawyers can fight for your rights every step of the way. We know how the legal system works in Ohio and we know what needs to be done to hold employers accountable for their actions. That’s why we have such a strong track record of success – more than $26 million recovered for workers in Columbus and nationwide.
Nilges Draher LLC
34 North High Street
Columbus, OH 43215
We take such cases very seriously at Nilges Draher LLC because we understand what’s at stake. By taking legal action, you’re not just standing up for your rights. You’re sending a strong message to all employers in Ohio that such behavior will not be tolerated.
Wrongful termination cases we handle
Wrongful termination cases in Columbus can cover a wide range. Some of the most common cases we regularly handle at our law firm include being fired for:
- Filing a sexual harassment complaint against your supervisor
- Filing a complaint against a co-worker for creating a hostile work environment
- Filing a workplace safety violation complaint with a federal or state agency
- Filing a wage and hour violation complaint against your employer
- Discovering and blowing the whistle on illegal activity occurring in your workplace
Whatever the circumstances of your situation, and no matter how straightforward or simple your claim might seem, don’t underestimate the complexity of your case. That’s why it’s critical that you speak with a lawyer right away.
Why you should choose us to represent you
Taking on your employer can be daunting if you believe you were wrongfully terminated. Your employer will almost certainly have at least one lawyer defending its actions. There might even be an entire team of attorneys working for your employer and pressuring you to drop your complaint.
They don’t intimidate us. We know how to investigate complex cases and deal with employers and their attorneys. In particular, our lawyers know how to follow a paper trail that leads to the real reason why your employer fired you. Often, employers are reluctant to release such evidence. But we know what questions to ask and what methods work for uncovering the truth.
We can also represent you when dealing with the Ohio Civil Rights Commission or the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), which investigate wrongful termination cases in Columbus. Otherwise, your case and your concerns might not get the attention they deserve.