Florida Labor and Employment Lawyers

Experienced Employment Attorneys

We dedicate our practice to employment law so we can focus on providing the highest level of professional service for every client across a wide range of employment matters. Roush Law Group has represented employees throughout the state of Florida, Texas, and Georgia. Offices based in Tampa, FL, we represent clients from Pensacola, Clearwater, Oviedo, Ft. Lauderdale, Boca Raton, Naples, Ft. Myers, Sarasota, Gainesville, to Ocala. We know our clients have unique circumstances so we review each case separately. Our attorneys offer practical solutions for the most complex employment cases. We fight to protect the rights of both employees and management in work related disputes and aggressively safeguard the integrity of public policy in the workplace.

We work with clients who may be victims of following :

  • Wrongful Termination, Retaliation, Whistleblower Retaliation
  • Age Discrimination, Race Discrimination, Gender Discrimination, Sex Discrimination, Disability Discrimination, FMLA and Employee Benefits Discrimination
  • Hostile work environment, Sexual Harassment
  • Unpaid Wages or Commissions, Unpaid Overtime, and Independent Contractor disputes.

Losing your job is a devastating event that will impact every member of your family that depends on you. It is important that you understand your legal rights if you believe you have a claim. The choices you make today will effect whether you can keep your job, be reinstated, qualify for severance, or recover damages for your loss. At Roush Law Group, we understand the difficulties associated with employment law issues, and you can be sure we will work to help you pursue the results that you deserve.

HOW TO HIRE AN EMPLOYMENT LAWYER – Tell us about your case (submit a case review) or contact our office to speak with a professional over the phone. We will evaluate your claim and review your options with you. If you wish to proceed we will send you a agreement to review. Roush Law Group does not represent you until we receive a signed agreement.

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