Should I settle or go to court?
Should I settle or go to court?
Should I settle or go to court? Well, the answer is complicated and requires your review of all available facts that go into the decision making on this question. The blog article below goes into the analysis and provides the necessary variables to consider. Contact our employment attorneys today to discuss your case.
Carey & Associates P.C. provides employment counseling to help employees and professionals with all aspects of their current employment development and beyond the attention of the employer.
Carey & Associates, P.C. represents employees and executives nationwide from all industries and professions in employment law matters. We collaborate with clients to find workable and cost-sensitive solutions to contract disputes, severance negotiations, general employment conflicts and office politics, compensation and employment discrimination without resort to litigation. We empower clients of all employment levels to embrace work and career challenges that exist just slightly outside their comfort zones. We believe growth and adversity are good for the soul. We also believe that the playing field of work is always level, it just depends on your perception and where you derive your knowledge of how to succeed.
We handle severance agreements every day. In fact, we probably have twenty or more severance negotiations occurring at any moment in time during the week. We want share some insights about negotiating severance agreements to help you better understand the deal in front of you and to avoid costly mistakes.
How much can I sue for? How much can I sue for? Part of the answer lies in a federal statute, the 1991 Civil Rights Act, which defines damages based on the number of employees. Part of the answer lies in your facts and whether or not an employment attorney believes she can make a ...
What is a reasonable settlement offer? What is a reasonable settlement offer? It depends on the nature of your claims, your income and your employer. You can only determine a reasonable settlement offer being offered by your employer once you have an employment attorney review your facts. Do not be fooled, employment attorneys have more ...
By Fran Slusarz, Is it worth it to sue your employer? Answer: Maybe. Oh honey. You weren't expecting a straight answer from a lawyer, were you? First, this is not a decision for a lawyer to make. We can only show you the door. You are the one who has to walk through it. Second, ...
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Mark and his team at Carey & Associates are incredibly knowledgeable about Employment Law and have walked me through every step of the way. Their approach and guidance has been extremely effective in dealing with my case. They instill a sense of confidence by laying out the facts, caselaw, and risk assessment to help make well informed decisions. I would highly recommend them to anyone looking for an Employment Attorney.
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