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Maryland Retaliation Attorneys

Defending Clients Against Illegal Workplace Retaliation

It is a violation of state and federal law to retaliate against an employee for reporting discrimination, sexual harassment, or other wrongdoing. Unfortunately, workplace retaliation is actually one of the most common problems that employment lawyers encounter. If you were the victim of workplace retaliation after asserting your rights, turn to the Law Office of Andrew M. Dansicker, LLC. Our dedicated and experienced Maryland retaliation lawyers can help you file a claim and pursue justice.

Please contact us online or call (410) 213-3392 to schedule a consultation. 

Examples of Workplace Retaliation

After an employee takes an action – such as reporting a violation, complaining about harassment, or filing a workers’ compensation claim – the employer could retaliate against the employee in several different ways.

Some common examples of workplace retaliation include:

  • Suspension
  • Demotion
  • Transferal
  • Termination
  • Mistreatment

These actions are violate federal and Maryland state law.

Putting an End to Retaliation

If you have reason to believe that your employer retaliated against you for any action protected by state or federal law, it is in your best interest to seek advice from an experienced employment law attorney. Our team can assess the circumstances of your situation and determine the merit of your potential claim.

Our attorneys have represented clients who have suffered retaliation after:

  • Reporting violations to OSHA
  • Reporting violations to the Department of Labor
  • Complaining about sexual harassment
  • Complaining about employment discrimination
  • Opposing illegal activity in the workplace
  • Participating in union-sanctioned activities

Our Maryland retaliation attorneys have extensive legal knowledge and the skill needed to develop a strong case on your behalf. In retaliation cases, you must prove that there was a connection between you speaking out and your employer’s actions. We can gather evidence to demonstrate this connection by observing the timing of the actions, reviewing oral and written statements, and more.

The best place to start is with a consultation. Contact us today at (410) 213-3392.

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