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Paterson Employment Lawyer

Dedicated Employment Law Attorney Defends the Rights and Interests of Employees in Passaic County and Throughout New Jersey

When you go to work for an employer, you have a business relationship with your employer, getting paid wages or salary for the work you perform for your employer. In this context, you deserve to be treated with fairness and respect. Fortunately, various federal and state laws are in place to ensure that important worker rights are protected and that employees who are mistreated at work or by their employers have a means of vindicating their rights and seeking financial compensation for damages they suffer when those rights are violated. If you’ve been subjected to unfair, unethical, or unlawful treatment at work, turn to an experienced Paterson employment lawyer at Camili & Capo, PA for help in pursuing the relief, compensation, and justice that you deserve. 

When your employer is not standing up for your rights in the workplace or is directly responsible for the violation of your rights, you need aggressive, experienced legal representation that will do what it takes to hold those responsible for the violations of your rights and for your resulting personal and financial damages accountable to provide you with the relief and compensation that you need and deserve. With Camili & Capo, PA you can trust that our dedicated attorneys aren’t afraid to fight your case in court when necessary to pursue the best possible outcome for you in your employment law matter.

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If you believe that your employment rights have been violated, contact Camili & Capo, PA today for a free case evaluation with a knowledgeable Paterson employment lawyer to discuss your rights and options for pursuing your case.

Employment Law Matters Camili & Capo, PA Can Help You With

The law is designed to protect workers, especially since employers enjoy a far superior position of bargaining and influence over individual workers. Workers should enjoy freedom from exploitation, discrimination, harassment, and retaliation from their employers and from co-workers in the workplace. Let Camili & Capo, PA help you to assert your rights and interests if you’ve experienced violations of state and federal employment laws such as:

When you believe that your rights as an employee have been violated or that you are being treated unlawfully or unfairly in the workplace or by your employer, talk to a knowledgeable Paterson employment lawyer at Camili & Capo, PA about whether you may have a viable claim to seek relief and justice.

How A Knowledgeable Paterson Employment Lawyer at Camili & Capo, PA Advocates for Your Rights Under State and Federal Employment Laws

Sometimes, you may not be certain that your employment law rights have been violated. You may only have a feeling that your treatment at work isn’t right or is unfair. Camili & Capo, PA can review your case and help you to understand your legal rights under state and federal law. Krenar Camili, Esq. and Joseph Capo, Esq. can also advise you when you may have a legal claim against your employer or others you work with to obtain relief from violations of your rights, including changes to the conditions in your workplace, or compensation for damages that you’ve incurred due to the violation of your rights.

Facing An Employment Law Matter And Have Questions? We Can Help. Just Tell Us What Happened. Call (973) 834-8457 Or Fill Out Our Convenient Free Case Evaluation Form.

Many employers have teams of lawyers and outside law firms protecting their interests. You deserve legal representation that will fight even harder to advocate for your rights and interests. With Camili & Capo, PA, you’ll be represented by a battle-tested Paterson employment lawyer with years of experience fighting to win some of the most complex and high-stakes cases. Krenar Camili, Esq. and Joseph Capo, Esq. have the confidence and skill to fight for your rights and interests in court and at trial. When you choose Camili & Capo, PA to help you, you will never have to accept anything less than the results you deserve.

Contact Camili & Capo, PA for a Free, No-Obligation Consultation with a Knowledgeable Paterson Employment Lawyer to Discuss Your Case Today

State and federal laws are designed to ensure that workers are treated with dignity and respect by their employers. If you believe that your employment law rights have been violated, don’t wait another day to talk to an employment law attorney about your legal rights and options. Contact Camili & Capo, PA today for a free initial case evaluation to discuss how Krenar Camili, Esq. and Joseph Capo, Esq. can help you pursue compensation and justice when your employment law rights have been violated by your employer.

Frequently Asked Questions about Employment Law in New Jersey

I think my employer may be discriminating against me. Is that against the law?

Potentially yes. The law prohibits employers from discriminating against employees, including by failing-to-hire, failing-to-promote, denying bonuses or pay raises, reassigning to less desirable job duties, or subjecting to disparate treatment including discipline and termination, on the basis of protected classes such as race, national origin, religious beliefs, age, gender, sexual orientation, family status, or disability. An experienced employment lawyer from Camili & Capo, PA can review the facts of your case and advise you as to whether you may have a viable legal claim against your employer.

What are my rights if my workplace is a harassing environment?

If your workplace has become a hostile work environment due to severe or pervasive harassment, you may be entitled to assert a claim for compensation for damages you have incurred due to the hostile work environment, including emotional and physical distress you suffered due to the environment in your workplace, or for the loss of income if you suffered a constructive termination due to the hostile work environment — in other words, the conditions in your workplace were so severe that no reasonable person should be expected to endure them and you resigned your position as a result.

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