Ohio Attorney Representing Employees, Workers, and Professionals in Employment-Related Disputes Including:

 

- Employment Discrimination
- Retaliation
- Employment Contracts
- Sexual Harassment / Hostile Work Environment
- Racial, Age and other Workplace Harassment
- Wrongful Termination
- Unpaid Wages
- Unpaid Overtime
- Minimum Wage Violations
- Misclassification as an Independent Contractor
- Unemployment Appeals

If you are facing an employment challenge, and would like to speak with an Attorney TO discuss your options, contact ATTORNEY KEVIN M MCDERMOTT II OF
 MCDERMOTT LAW LLC.

Call (216) 367-9181 for a Free Consultation

 

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Have you been treated wrongfully or unfairly by your current or former employer? McDermott Law LLC may be able to help. 

Cleveland and Northeast Ohio Employment Lawyer

Employees in Ohio are protected from discrimination, unpaid wages, wrongful termination, sexual harassment, hostile work environment and whistleblowing by many Ohio and Federal Laws.

McDermott Law LLC litigates in Ohio and Federal Courts. Attorney Kevin M. McDermott II represents employees subjected to illegal workplace policies and employer actions. McDermott Law LLC represents employees not properly paid minimum wage and overtime including those that are misclassified as independent contractors by their employers.

Call an Ohio Employment Attorney Today

If you’re a victim of wrongful termination, if your employer has failed to accommodate your religion, pregnancy, medical leave or disability, if you’ve been discriminated against because of your race, age, sex, religion, disability or national origin, or if your employer wants you to sign paperwork to receive a severance, and you would like to speak with an attorney to discuss your options, Attorney Kevin M. McDermott II is available to discuss your rights. Mr. McDermott also represents employees not properly paid minimum wage or overtime compensation and employees who have been retaliated against for questioning or complaining about an employer’s wrongful or illegal actions.