Southeastern Massachusetts Employment Law Attorneys
Various employment laws offer protection for workers who have been negatively affected by employers' actions. As an employee, you may not know what these laws are or how the law can be used to protect you and fight for what is right. Lowrie & Andrews Attorneys at Law provides experienced and dedicated legal help to people who have suffered from negative actions in the workplace. Whether you have been wrongfully terminated from your job or your claim for unemployment benefits has been denied, we can put our knowledge of employment law to work for you.
Have you experienced a wrongful termination or problems getting unemployment payments? If you want to know your rights and fight back, call our firm at 508-990-7980 to schedule your free initial consultation with a lawyer. Our phones are answered 24 hours a day, and we offer flexible appointment scheduling. You can also email us and someone will be in touch with you promptly.
Experienced Lawyers On Your Side
Cases involving wrongful termination and lay-offs are brought under the Massachusetts Fair Employment Practices Act. Our attorneys have extensive experience representing employees who have been fired laid off, wrongfully terminated, sexually harassed, or subjected to a hostile work environment because of discrimination or because of other unfounded reasons. Discrimination based upon age, gender, race, color, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, pregnancy or disability or handicap is illegal. Of course, discrimination is not always the motive behind every wrongful termination. Sometimes, workers are unjustifiably let go for other reasons such as breach of an employment contract, retaliation for whistleblower complaints or for reporting discrimination or illegal conduct, or to deprive them of a bonus or commission, and the attorneys at Lowrie & Andrew Attorneys at Law can advise and assist you with problems such as these.
Employment Law Contracts
- Severance agreements
- Employment contracts
- Non-compete agreements
The Division of Unemployment Assistance (DUA) grants or denies unemployment benefits. If you have been denied benefits, one of our lawyers can represent you in a hearing or appeal. We also assist people who are owed wages, accrued vacation pay and other reimbursement the employer is refusing to provide.
Our firm can protect your rights and help you fight back against the unjust actions of your employer. Contact us today to schedule your free initial consultation.