If you have been the victim of discrimination, harassment or any type of employment law-related matter, you want to know that there is someone out there protecting workers. You want a lawyer who is willing to take a stand against employers and insurance companies to protect your rights. From his offices in North Attleboro, Brian D. Roman, Attorney at Law, protects employees in employment law cases, including workers' compensation.
Contact Attleboro employment law attorney Brian D. Roman to put his experience and reputation to work for you.Skilled Employee Representation
Whether you have lost your job due to discrimination or you have suffered a serious work injury, you just want fair compensation. As an experienced trial attorney and negotiator, attorney Roman will help you explore all options for a fair settlement. Sometimes that means settling out of court, and other times that means taking a case to trial. He can guide you through the legal process for the following employment law concerns:
- Workers' compensation: Have you suffered an injury at work? All Massachusetts workers are entitled to workers' compensation, but it is up to you to make sure you get the full extent of benefits you deserve. From construction accidents to injuries sustained after years of repetitive stress, do not be afraid to take a stand.
- Discrimination: If you believe you have been the victim of discrimination in the workplace, which could include, but not be limited to, wrongful termination based on race, religion, color, national origin, gender, age, disability or sexual orientation, you have the right to take action against your employer. Whether you were fired based on discrimination or you suffered retaliation as a result of reporting the discrimination, you can take action today.
Attorney Brian D. Roman's employment law practice is focused on discrimination cases. From discrimination based on race to sexual harassment, he works hard for his clients to make sure they receive maximum compensation for their claims. If you are interested in filing a suit with the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination, you must prepare and file a claim within 300 days of the last incident. After that, you still have the option of taking it to the superior court.Contact A Wrentham Discrimination Lawyer
Employees in Southeastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island can protect themselves. From his office in North Attleboro, attorney Brian D. Roman is dedicated to responding promptly to all cases and helping employees protect themselves. His offices are open from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., and weekend and evening appointments are available as well. Contact him today for more information by calling 508-669-5554.