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Charleston Employment Law Attorneys

Standing Up for Employees in West Virginia

Losing your job or facing harassment in the workplace can be some of the most stressful times of your life. By West Virginia and federal law, employees are entitled to certain rights in the workplace, including regulations preventing discrimination, harassment, or wrongful discharge. If you or a loved one have your rights infringed in the workplace, the Charleston employment law lawyers at Hardy Pence PLLC can help.

Types of employment discrimination include:

  • Age
  • Color
  • Disability
  • Gender
  • Race
  • Religion
  • Retaliation
  • Sexual Orientation
  • Physical Abilities
  • Wrongful termination

Our hardworking employment lawyers are dedicated to protecting workers’ rights in Charleston and across Kanawha County. If an employer has broken the law, we are prepared to assert our client’s rights. We have over 115 years of combined experience and are prepared to utilize the fullest extent of our skill on our client’s behalf.

Call us at (304) 605-2026 or contact us online to learn more about our dedicated employment law attorneys. We are proud to utilize our proven track record to the benefit of our clients.

How to File an Employment Law Claim

There are numerous ways that an employee can be discriminated against, harassed, or wrongfully terminated at work. State and federal laws have been enacted over time to ensure that employers are respecting the rights of their employees. If you believe that you are a victim of employment discrimination, speak with a lawyer as soon as possible. In West Virginia, there is a one-year statute of limitations to file a claim under state law, and 300 days to file under federal law.

In many instances, our attorneys recommend filing a claim with the West Virginia Human Rights Commission or the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Based on their findings, they may send a Notice of Right to Sue, which allows the claimant to bring their employer to court. Recognized for our effective legal representation, Hardy Pence PLLC proceeds with our client’s best interest in mind. West Virginia law does not limit punitive damages, and our team seeks to proceed with the highest compensation in mind to ensure financial stability and protect other workers.

A Leader in Charleston Employment Law Claims

Hardy Pence PLLC is a leader in litigating employment law claims, with experience in state and federal courtrooms as both lawyers and prosecutors. We are highly motivated to secure positive outcomes for our clients and assist those facing challenging situations. Employees are the most valuable asset of any business and we can help employers ensure that they are abiding by state and federal employment law. No two clients or businesses are the same, and we are proud to cater every case to the unique situation of our clients.

Protect your rights as an employee under the law. For a case review with a Charleston employment attorney, reach out to (304) 605-2026 or contact us online today.

Choosing Hardy Pence, PLLC

Why our team is the right choice:
  • Knowledgeable Legal Team

    We have are recognized by clients ranging from individuals to publicly traded companies for high quality, efficient legal representation.

  • Expansive Experience

    Our experienced lawyers have highly distinguished qualifications and are nationally recognized for legal excellence.

  • Personal Dedication

    We pride ourselves on being a multi-faceted law firm – strong in a wide range of practice areas and prioritize personally meeting and exceeding our clients’ expectations.

  • Record of Success

    Our reputation speaks for itself; we have successfully fought for hundreds of clients and have won cases that represent a brighter future for our clients.

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