Reliable Employment Attorney in Miami, FL

If you or someone you know is facing an employment or labor issue in Miami, FL, it is imperative to obtain legal representation. FairLaw Firm is dedicated to representing workers whose employers did not pay them the tipsovertime wages, and hourly wages they earned as well as those who were whistleblowers, wrongfully terminated, or discriminated against. We also counsel employers and businesses in litigation avoidance as well as represent them in employment litigation matters with administrative agencies such as the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”), the Florida Commission on Human Relations (“FCHR”), the Department of Labor (“DOL”), in arbitrations, and in litigation matters in Florida state and federal courts. With decades worth of experience, you can rest assured you’re in qualified and capable hands when you partner with an employment law attorney from Miami’s FairLaw Firm. We strive to provide our valued clients with representation that is both effective and efficient to achieve a successful outcome in their case.

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When you search on Google for “employment attorney near me,” you will notice a number of options. But, there is only one right choice – FairLaw Firm. FairLaw Firm provides highly qualified and experienced guidance to those involved in employment issues at work. We will work with you to obtain a favorable outcome in your case, no matter the situation at hand. When you work with FairLaw Firm, you never have to worry about feeling out of the loop. We will communicate with you in a manner that you can understand, so nothing is unclear. Contact us today to learn more or to schedule a consultation.

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Office Location

135 San Lorenzo Avenue
Coral Gables, Florida 33146

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Office: 305.230.4884
Fax: 305.230.4844
Email: brian@fairlawattorney.com

 

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