Richard represented a client in front of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Richard’s client was a Federal employee who was a victim of age and national origin discrimination. The EEOC judge awarded the employee damages for emotional pain and suffering, and also ordered the Government to pay the client’s attorney fees. Later, the same agency tried to fire the employee. Richard was able to negotiate a severance package and a cash payment equal to about 3 years of salary.
If you work for the railroad and have an injury, there is a special law that protects you. That law is called the FELA (Federal Employers Liability Act).
Federal Employment Law
Rights and remedies of federal workers. Merit Systems Protections Board (MSPB) appeals. Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) complaints.
Forming a new business. Contracts. Employee issues. Buying or selling a business.
Auto and Truck Injuries
If you've been injured in crash involving a truck or automobile, call Paul. You may be able to recover money for your injuries not only from the driver who hurt you, but from your own insurance company. But there are deadlines for making claims and filing lawsuits, and the laws can be complicated. So if you've been in an accident, give Paul a call.
Buying, selling, financing, and leasing commercial properties. Developing residential subdivisions. Condominiums. Homeowner Associations. Buying or selling a home. Real estate disputes.
Work Injuries, Discrimination and Employment Law
If you have been injured on the job, you may be entitled to Workers Compensation. If you work for a railroad, you may be entitled to sue the railroad, and if you do construction work, you may be entitled both to Workers Compensation, and to sue whoever caused your injury.