Employment Law Van Buren, AR

While Arkansas is an employment at-will state, employees are still entitled to certain rights under federal and state law. If you feel you have been discriminated against based on your age, race, sex, national origin, religion, because you were pregnant, or because you suffer from a disability, call our experienced employment law attorneys to discuss your options. If you have been sexually harassed by a fellow employee or a supervisor, and want to know your rights, call and speak with one of our attorneys.
Federal law requires to take action within a limited amount of time, so it is important to act quickly.
Our firm does not get paid unless we are successful in resolving your case. Call our wrongful termination lawyer in Van Buren, AR today for your free consultation.

What Is Wrongful Termination?

Wrongful termination, also known as wrongful termination or discharge, is when an employee is terminated by an employer in a way that is illegal or breaches a contract. While the at-will employment doctrine gives employers great discretion in their hiring and terminating process, they may not fire employees in all situations. It is important to reach out to a lawyer that has extensive experience and knowledge on employment law and local wrongful termination laws. Hopkins & Holmes will carefully assess the details of your circumstances and walk you through your options. We can identify weaknesses in the case and help you build a strong defense.
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Speak to an Accomplished Employment Discrimination Attorney Today

Want to know more about employment law and how our wrongful termination lawyer can assist you? Get in touch with Hopkins & Holmes today and schedule a free initial consultation with an employment law attorney in the Van Buren, AR area. Call now at (479) 922-2175 to discuss wrongful termination, wage theft, sexual harassment, or discrimination.

Hopkins & Holmes offers legal counsel for clients in Van Buren, Rogers, Springdale, Fayetteville, Bentonville, Bella Vista, Fort Smith, and Sebastian County.
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