PHOENIX LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT
LAWYERS FIGHTING FOR YOU
Arizona has enacted numerous laws to protect workers and their rights in the workplace. As a job applicant, employee, or former employee, numerous state and federal laws are in place to help protect your rights. Unfortunately, most individuals are more focused on their employment duties and responsibilities and are unaware of their rights, which can lead to being taken advantage of. An Phoenix employment law lawyer at Enara Law can help you understand your rights, and hold your employer accountable for any wrongdoings that have been committed against you.
LAW ISSUES IN PHOENIX, ARIZONA
The Phoenix employment lawyers at Enara Law can aggressively represent you for some of the most common legal issues in the workplace, including:
- Wage & Payment Disputes
- Wrongful Termination
- Workplace Discrimination
- Workplace Harassment
- Employment Agreements
Our team of employment lawyers in Phoenix will carefully examine your situation and help you assess the best path to pursue justice and compensation.
HOW MUCH DOES AN EMPLOYMENT
LAWYER IN PHOENIX COST?
At Enara Law, we understand that if you’re looking for a employment law, you’re likely in a distressed situation where you’ve been wronged by your employer and are just looking for justice and compensation to make things right. That’s why we have designed our law firm around victims- and making the process as simple as possible, so you can focus on your future and getting back to work. The Enara pledge of Bringing Legal to Light™ is all about transparency and simplicity- you pay nothing to our personal injury attorneys if we don't win.
- We offer a free and confidential case consultation.
- We advance all costs associated with the cases we handle.
- We handle all cases on a contingency fee basis, meaning we charge absolutely no fees unless we win- You Pay Nothing if We Don't Win!
PHOENIX EMPLOYMENT LAWYERS
FREE AND CONFIDENTIAL CONSULTATIONS
The experienced employment attorneys at Enara Law are here to get you compensated for the wrongful actions taken against you by your employer.