Employment Law Attorneys in Oklahoma
When you go to work, you don’t expect to be treated unfairly due to things you can’t control: your race, gender, age, or disability. What’s more, you should never have to tolerate unwelcome sexual advances or racial slurs.
At Hammons, Hurst & Associates in Oklahoma City, our employment law attorneys represent individuals across all lines of work who are the subjects of illegal discrimination, sexual harassment, and retaliation, as well as employees who have been denied unemployment benefits. We help federal employees with Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) and Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB) cases, including representation at administrative hearings before state licensing boards and school boards (these cases are handled on an hourly basis).
We Have a Proven Track Record of Holding Employers Accountable
We devote most of our time and resources to taking legal action against irresponsible employers who behave poorly or allow a discriminatory work culture to flourish.
Our attorneys’ sole focus on employment law for more than forty years has enabled us to perfect the experience, knowledge, and skills needed to assist you in pursuing legal action. We know how the law works, we understand the potential pitfalls, and we have what it takes to get positive results in your behalf.
We understand this may be a tough time for you. This is why our lawyers will listen to your account of the events, address your questions and concerns, and help you plot a path forward, whether it’s through the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, settlement negotiations, or a trial. You can rest easy knowing one of Oklahoma City’s premier employment law firms is representing you.
Nursing Board, Medical Board, and Dental Board Attorneys
Our attorneys are also experienced in representation of employees before the Nursing Board, Medical Board, and Dental Board on an hourly fee basis and retainer required.
Contact Hammons, Hurst & Associates today to schedule a free telephone consultation with a member of our staff. Find out more about how we may be able to help you hold your employer accountable for discrimination.