Greenville’s Lawyers for Employment Law
The Greenville Employment Lawyers at the Horton Law Firm understand that employees often feel underrepresented in modern labor laws. Employment laws are written by employers and for employers, rooted in the medieval concept of “master and servant.” But South Carolina offers some legal protections for workers. Federal law provides even more protections. If you have a legal dispute with an employer, you need an experienced employment lawyer on your side to do the research, know the legal remedies, and fight for your case – without wasting time or money.
The Greenville employment lawyers at the Horton Law Firm handle a variety of employment matters.
Types of Employment Law
Breach of Contract
Retaliation & Whistleblowers
Unpaid Commission / Bonuses
The Horton Law Firm’s Employment Lawyer, Jeremy Summerlin, has extensive experience in employment and labor law in South Carolina. He has been identified as a South Carolina SuperLawyers Rising Star in employment litigation every year since 2018. Mr. Summerlin has also been recognized by the Greenville Business Journal as a Legal Elite in the area of employment litigation. He has a track record of success inside and outside of the courtroom and will bring that experience to work for you.
Trial-Ready Greenville employment lawyer
Not every employment matter requires a courtroom to get a fair outcome. Negotiation can lead to fair results with less of an investment of time and money. However, if you want your employer to take you seriously, you want an employment lawyer with litigation experience and a track record of success.
This is the value that the Horton Law Firm will bring to your case. We have successfully tried employment cases in state and federal courts. We will provide you with high-quality representation for a reasonable fee. We will ensure your case is well-researched and thoroughly documented.
Contact the Horton Law Firm to schedule a consultation concerning any employment law matter.
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