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Help For Workers In Employment Law Disputes

Whether you work for large or small business, it can feel like your company has the upper hand if you have a dispute regarding something that occurred at work. At The Law Offices of Nicholas A. Kulik, LLC., we advocate aggressively for workers in Cincinnati and throughout Hamilton County when they have been mistreated by an employer.

Attorney Nicholas A. Kulik, Esq., represents workers in the full range of employment law disputes. This includes:

  • Workplace discrimination
  • Contract disputes, including breach of contract and noncompete contracts
  • Wage and hour disputes
  • Workplace harassment
  • Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) violations
  • Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) compliance (background checks)
  • Whistleblower cases and retaliation for reporting workplace infractions
  • Disputes regarding severance agreements
  • Wrongful termination or improper disciplinary action

We Stand Up For Workers’ Rights

It’s easy for employees to feel overmatched in today’s high-pressure work environments. Employees may be reluctant to combat an employer who does not follow federal or state labor laws regarding minimum wage, required breaks, overtime pay or maintaining a work environment that is free of sexual harassment and other hostilities.

Attorney Kulik advocates aggressively for workers when employers act illegally. He understands that it can be intimidating to pursue legal action against an employer or a former employer, but he is here to help you do just that. If you have been harmed by an employer acting illegally, you have the right to protect your professional reputation and pursue financial compensation.

Put Our Experience In Your Corner

We have experience helping employees fight employers who have failed to comply with regulations. A prompt response is important to collect the evidence that is necessary to build a strong case. Do not delay in contacting us.

We welcome the opportunity to review the facts of your case and help you determine if it makes sense to move forward with a lawsuit. Call 513-964-4767 or use our online contact form to schedule a meeting.