Dedicated Employment Law Attorneys Protecting Clients in North Carolina
Fighting discrimination and harassment in Winston-Salem and Oak Island
Although employers in North Carolina generally are free to terminate an employment relationship at any time, they are legally forbidden from terminating an employment relationship for any reason that violates federal law or the North Carolina Labor Laws. At Randolph M. James, P.C., we stand ready to fight for your rights and enforce them to the fullest extent possible under the law. If the court finds that you have suffered workplace discrimination or wrongful termination, you may be entitled to receive past and future income, benefits and even attorneys’ fees. In certain cases, you may even be able to return to the same position you held prior to termination. As legal counsel, our employment law attorneys thoroughly review your situation, identify the laws that your former employer violated, and vigorously assert your rights in the North Carolina courts.
Aggressive representation for all of your employment-related issues
As seasoned employment law litigators, the attorneys at Randolph M. James have the background and the practical courtroom experience to resolve a range of legal issues that arise in the workplace. Whether you are being harassed or discriminated against at work on account of your gender or have been fired as a result of such discrimination, our North Carolina attorneys are skilled in resolving these issues in court:
Fearless employment law litigators protect your interests
With more than 31 years of successful experience in North Carolina courtrooms, our attorneys fiercely advocate on your behalf to protect your existing employment or to obtain just compensation when it is no longer possible to remain at your workplace. We understand that when you are faced with discrimination and retaliation at your job, it is not only hurtful but directly affects your livelihood. We are passionate advocates for our clients, and we work tirelessly to protect you from unsafe and uncomfortable work environments.
Contact an experienced North Carolina employment lawyer for a consultation
When you encounter legal difficulties in the workplace, it is in your interest to get them resolved promptly, so that you can devote your energy to your work and your family without disruption. Call us to schedule a meeting between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. at 336-448-3266 or contact us online.