Phillips Dayes Law Firm- Employment Law Attorneys

Experienced Employee Rights Attorneys Serving Nationwide

If you have been wrongfully terminated by your employer, discriminated or been harassed co-workers and managers, or others in your workplace, or denied benefits or wages, you need the help of an experienced employment attorney to hold people accountable for their actions. At Phillips Dayes Law Firm, our experienced and knowledgeable employment lawyers control the relationship between employers and employees. We ensure that employers maintain their side of the employment agreement in accordance with state and federal laws.

Workplace discrimination is against the law, and all employees in the United States have rights guaranteed by the U.S. Labor Department. Unfortunately, many employees are not aware of their rights and don’t know what to do when they feel they have been victims of discrimination. In many cases, cheated employees are entitled to substantial compensation for their damages. If you suspect that your rights as an employee have been violated, an employment lawyer from our firm can conduct a thorough investigation into the events and circumstances surrounding your situation and defend your rights until you achieve justice.

How Can an Employment Attorney Help Me?

We handle a wide range of employment law issues for executive, professional, contract and at-will employees, as well as federal government employees, state, county and municipal employees. We help employees in Arizona, Utah, California, and New Mexico with a wide array of employment law issues. Cases we take on include, but are not limited to:

Wrongful Termination
Severance Negotiation
Sexual Harassment
Disability Benefits and Pensions
Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
Non-Compete Agreements
Wage and Hour Disputes
Discrimination
Retaliation
EEOC

If you are an employee with a potential claim, you deserve an employment attorney who works as hard as you do. To discuss your legal options with an experienced employee rights attorney, contact us today.