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Equipping Workers with Effective Legal Advice & Services

As an employee, you have many important rights that protect you from illegal treatment and exploitation. Provided by federal and state laws, these rights must be respected by your employer and coworkers at all times. Should an infringement upon your rights ever occur, you may be able to hold your employer liable for what happened and seek legal remedies to correct the wrongdoing.

The Law Firm of Morgan Rooks, P.C. can assist you with your claim if you believe you need to hold your current or former employer accountable for their actions. A violation of your employment rights is a serious transgression. Taking action now to recover what you’re owed and prevent future mistreatment is crucial, and our employment law services in New Jersey can help you achieve your goals.

We can provide legal advice and services for employment matters including, but not limited to, the following:

If you believe you have a legal claim involving any of these matters, The Law Firm of Morgan Rooks, P.C. can advocate on behalf of your interests. Should you need assistance with another employment law matter, take advantage of a free initial consultation with our attorney to learn more about how we may be able to help.


Get in touch with The Law Firm of Morgan Rooks, P.C. today by contacting us online or by calling (856) 746-6332. Our firm serves Gloucester County, Camden County, Burlington County, Cumberland County, Salem County, Mercer County, Ocean County, and Atlantic County in New Jersey; and Philadelphia County and Delaware County in Pennsylvania.


 

Are You Experiencing Discrimination at Work?

The Law Firm of Morgan Rooks, P.C. has a robust employment discrimination practice that helps employees assert their rights and protect themselves against future discriminatory actions.

We can represent employees who have been discriminated against with respect to the following:

Discrimination is a very serious legal matter and should be quickly challenged. Under the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination, the statute of limitations is 2 years days from the date of the alleged incident. In Pennsylvania, under the Pennsylvania Human Relations Act, an employee has 180 days to file a claim with the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission and 300 days to file a claim with the Equal Opportunity Employment Commission. Time is limited to pursue legal claims

What Can I Get out of an Employment Lawsuit?

Clients pursue employment law claims because they can seek legal remedies such as compensation for lost wages, compensation for non-economic damages (emotional distress and hardship), as well as attorney’s fees. Punitive damages may also be awarded if the court believes an employer’s transgressions were severe enough to merit punishment.

  • We have experience as business owners ourselves, and know their thought process.
  • We tackle cases of every size and complexity with a tailored approach.
  • Communication is key! We keep you updated throughout your case.
  • We focus on protecting your rights, when employers fail to do so.

Contact Us for a Free Consultation

Schedule your free initial consultation with The Law Firm of Morgan Rooks, P.C. today by contacting us online or calling (856) 746-6332.

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