Employment Law Counsel And Litigation

Do You Need An Employment Law Attorney?

Employment law affects the lives of all people who work or employ others, but the laws vary depending on a number of factors. The consequences of not understanding the law can affect your daily life. If you think a law has been broken or you want to be proactive and protect yourself, you need a skilled employment law attorney to help you understand the intricacies of the law.

At Healey, Deshaies, Gagliardi & Woelfel, PC, we help people with employment law issues in Massachusetts and Southern New Hampshire. Our employment law attorneys in Amesbury represent both businesses and employees in all issues related to employment law.

With nearly half a century of legal experience between them, Harold Owen Beede and John R. Woelfel serve as the firm’s attorneys committed to this area of law. Their litigation experience includes successes in both state and federal courts. As a result, they hold the tested legal judgment that clients need when resolving legal disputes.

We Help Employees And Businesses

Whether you believe your rights as an employee have been violated or you run a small business and are concerned with following the law, you need a law firm that will provide both personal attention and skilled legal services.

Our lawyers provide legal services for a number of employment law issues, including and not limited to:

  • Employee handbooks
  • Employment discrimination
  • Overtime claims
  • Workplace harassment
  • Social media in the workplace

Most law firms represent only employees or employers. We have a unique advantage because we represent both. In court, we are adept at anticipating the other party’s arguments and defenses. No matter whether you are an employer or employee, we will represent you with integrity.

Contact Us For Employment Law Representation

If you are an employee or employer needing representation in an employment law issue, contact Healey, Deshaies, Gagliardi & Woelfel, PC, at 978-388-1787, or online to set up an initial consultation.

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