Workplace Violence Lawyer | Serving Suwanee, GA
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At The Garber Law Firm, we are committed to enforcing the rights of employees. We advocate aggressively to obtain justice for workers who have experienced discrimination, harassment, wrongful termination, wage and overtime violations, and theft. The law guarantees your right to receive overtime and a proper wage, and to work in an environment free of sexual harassment and …
The workplace is increasingly the scene of violence, and employees are suffering injuries and death while on the job and experiencing emotional trauma from witnessing violence at work. Have you been threatened or physically attacked by a coworker? Consult a Suwanee attorney skilled in workplace violence law and find out what legal recourse is available to you.
Employers have a legal and ethical obligation to ensure the safety of employees, including implementing a plan to secure work facilities from dangerous intruders, securing tools and other objects that could be used a weapons, instituting a system of warnings and alerts when the workplace is threatened, and arranging for the safe removal of injured workers and summoning of medical and police assistance. Where an employer fails to provide and safe workplace, injured workers may bring legal action to recover for pain and suffering and other damages such as lost wages.
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