Kurkowski Law -- South Jersey Employment Lawyers
Kurkowski Law -- South Jersey Employment Lawyers FREE CASE EVALUATION

Kurkowski Law -- South Jersey Employment Lawyers

Employees have rights

In difficult economic times, people worry about challenging a supervisor or employer who is engaging in discrimination or harassment or refusing to pay overtime or allow family leave. They fear they'll lose their job in a time when people consider themselves lucky to have work. They suffer in hostile work environments, enduring illegal behavior in order to keep their jobs.

It doesn't have to be that way. You can stand up for yourself, your career and your family by talking to an employee rights lawyer at Kurkowski Law. Learn how you can stop workplace discrimination or harassment while protecting your job. Understand the compensation you could receive for lost wages, being passed over for promotion, improper discharge and the pain and suffering of discrimination, retaliation and harassment.

At Kurkowski Law, we are dedicated to protecting the rights of employees in Southern New Jersey. Our lawyers represent employees in disputes based upon discrimination, sexual and workplace harassment, wrongful termination, whistleblower claims, medical leave issues, retaliation, wage and hour violations, and employment-related class actions. We also protect employees with claims for unlawful changes or actions related to their retirement, health, unemployment, and worker's compensation benefits.

Take the first step in fighting for workplace justice.  To discuss your employment law concerns with an experienced New Jersey employment lawyer, contact Kurkowski Law.

Kurkowski Law takes employment cases on a contingency fee basis, which means you pay no attorney fees or expenses unless you receive compensation.



The Federal Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)  requires employers of 50 or more employees to give up to 12 weeks of unpaid, job-protected leave to eligible employees.. more

The New Jersey Law Against Discrimination (NJLAD) makes it unlawful to subject people to differential treatment based upon the characteristics that make up a particular individual -- race, nationality, age, sex, marital status, perceived sexual orientation.. more

The New Jersey Conscientious Employee Protection Act is one of the most far-reaching whistleblower statutes in the nation. Aimed to protect employee “whistleblowers,” the statute makes it unlawful for an employer to take adverse employment action(s) against an employee.. more


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