If you are presented with an employment contract prior to accepting a job, it is wise to contact a Milwaukee Employment Contract Attorney before you sign the contract. Once you sign the contract, its terms are set in stone. Attorney Douglas J. Carroll, Jr., understands that when it comes to employment contracts, every word is important. He will analyze the contract, advise you of important issues and give you piece of mind that the contract protects your rights and your career.
If your employer has breached your employment contract or accused you of breaching the contract, it is important to get legal representation as soon as possible. Your employer most likely has legal counsel. So should you.
Carroll Law Firm, SC focuses its entire legal practice on representing employees, professionals and executives. Loyalties will never be divided because the firm does not represent employers. Attorney Douglas J. Carroll, Jr., the founder and managing attorney at Carroll Law Firm, SC has the knowledge and skill to bring your employer to the bargaining table and negotiate a fair employment contact, negotiate a resolution after a breach of employment contract and, when necessary, aggressively litigate a breach of contract lawsuit.
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Employment Contracts Attorney
If you have been presented with an employment contract or have a dispute with your employer regarding your employment contract contact Carroll Law Firm, SC, a Milwaukee Employment Contract Law Firm that will work tirelessly to advocate for your employee rights.
When you contact us, you will speak directly to an attorney. In our first communication we provide a free initial assessment of your case and in most cases you will be invited to come to our office for a more detailed consultation. We will listen to you and elicit important facts so that we may conduct a meticulous evaluation of your situation. You will get sound, straightforward legal advice about your rights, a considered evaluation of your entire situation, an explanation of your options for legal representation beyond the initial conference and we will begin to develop a comprehensive legal strategy tailored to accomplishing your goals and obtaining results for you.