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Dedicated Employment Law Representation

Next to family, our ability to make a living is one of the most important components of our daily lives. It puts a roof over our heads, food on our table and sets parameters on our day. Sometimes our jobs define us and we spend as much time at work as we do at home. That’s partly why we have such strong employment laws to help protect people in their places of work as well as protecting them in their search for work. If you’ve been discriminated against, terminated unnecessarily, or have another employment-related issue, you have an ally in the fight with our firm on your side.

At IN PACTA, we believe that all employees are entitled to a fair and respectful workplace, and we can help individuals with unpaid wages, race or ethnic discrimination, wrongful termination and a hostile work environment. If you believe you have been treated unfairly by your employer or have encountered any of the problems listed below, give us a call to see if we can help.

We also handle administrative law-related disputes, such as an insurance agent or insurance agency’s dispute with the Washington Office of the Insurance Commissioner (OIC), an employer’s dispute with Washington Labor and Industries (LNI) and handle those cases through the Washington Office of Administrative Hearings (OAH) appeals process and into the Superior Court if necessary.

Resolving A Wide Range Of Employment Law Issues

If you have been subject to mistreatment or illegal actions in the workplace, we can help. Our firm handles a vast array of employment law cases for employees who have been victimized, including:

  • Age or race discrimination
  • Sex/gender discrimination
  • Disability
  • Sexual harassment
  • Discipline/suspension
  • Sexual orientation discrimination
  • Unpaid Wages
  • Wrongful termination
  • Hostile work environment

Schedule A Free Consultation With Us

No hostile work environment or other illegal actions should be tolerated in the workplace. To learn about your rights and how we can fight back, call our firm at 206-536-3144 or contact us online now and schedule your free consultation.