Employment Law for Seattle Employees

If you feel that you have been unfairly treated by your employer, it’s time to seek professional legal advice.   As a firm that provides legal services to both individuals and businesses, I know how businesses are supposed to operate and what your rights and legal remedies are. I can help you achieve fair treatment in the workplace and justice in the courtroom.   Call or email me if you have experienced of any of the following from your employer:

Discrimination based on race, religion, color, national origin, gender, pregnancy, veteran or military status, sexual orientation, or disability.

Retaliation for opposing illegal conduct (such as discrimination or unpaid wages) or asserting a legal right (such as the right to time off under the Family and Medical Leave Act or the right to collect Worker’s Compensation benefits).

Sexual Harassment ranging from inappropriate jokes to requests for sexual favors in exchange for promotion.

Wrongful Termination (also known as Wrongful Discharge in Violation of Public Policy) resulting from your attempts to somehow protect any number of public policies.

Unpaid Wages, including failure to pay any form of compensation such as salary or commissions.

Other violations of Wage and Hour Law, including laws regarding overtime, minimum wage, breaks, and deductions.

Breach of Contract promising employment for a length of time, requiring cause for discharge, or making promises of specific treatment in specific situations.

"FAIRNESS is what JUSTICE really is."

- Potter Stewart,
Associate Justice of the US Supreme Court

Call: 206.524.3696
email: Rebecca@AryLaw.com