Experienced Legal Representation for Employees in Retaliation Cases

It is illegal for an employer to take retaliatory action against an employee for reporting discrimination in the workplace. Retaliation can take many forms, including demotions, pay cuts, employee transfers, and may even result in loss of job as part of a wrongful termination. At Fagan McManus, P.C., our Detroit retaliation attorneys bring a wealth of experience to the cases they work on. We are dedicated to protecting employee rights and holding employers accountable for their illegal actions.

When Does Retaliation Occur?

Every state and federal statute, including Title VII, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) and others have provisions that protect employees from retaliatory actions. Our Royal Oak employment law attorneys can help you if you have been retaliated against for reporting any type of illegal behavior, including matters involving:

In order to prevail in a workplace retaliation claim, you must prove that an adverse action was taken after engaging in protected conduct. Your employer must then prove that there was a valid reason for the adverse action and it is not merely a pretext for punishing protected behavior. Our legal team understands how employee protection laws operate. We will use our knowledge and experience to help you hold your employer responsible for all of the company's illegal actions.

Call for a Free Consultation With a Michigan Wrongful Discharge Attorney

If you feel that you were improperly terminated or otherwise treated unfairly after complaining of illegal workplace behaviors, we may be able to help. Contact our Detroit Title VII retaliation claim lawyers online, or call 248-658-8951 to schedule a free initial consultation to discuss your situation.