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Experienced Legal Help For Employees in Bucks County, Montgomery County & Philadelphia, PA

Call 215-322-6990 to speak with an employment law attorney today!


As a "part" of your company, you are always in a one-against-many situation when fighting for your rights against your employer.  After sometimes years of loyal service to your company you suddenly feel cut-off, isolated, or even unemployed.  And while you are likely new to legal actions your employer probably is not.  Your employer may even employ attorneys and train managers to remain ever vigilant and prepared to fight effectively against its employees' claims and legal actions.


How do you balance out this unequal situation?  By making sure you are not alone on your side of the dispute, and by obtaining your own professional legal help.  If you are a victim of unlawful employment discrimination, workplace harassment, sexual harassment, wrongful discharge or retaliation we may be able to help.  Contact Bucks County Pennsylvania attorney Bruce Preissman to discuss your specific employment law situation.


The Pennsylvania law firm of the Law Offices of Bruce Preissman provides employment law legal help to employees in Philadelphia, Bucks County, Montgomery County, Chester County, Delaware County and beyond.


We represent working families and handle a wide variety of cases implicating a wide range of employment laws, including: Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, The Pennsylvania Human Relations Act (PHRA), The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), The Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA), The Pregnancy Discrimination Act (PDA), The Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), The Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA), The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), The Pennsylvania Wage Payment & Collections Law (WPCL), The Equal Pay Act (EPA), and many others.


We aggressively represent employees, former employees (termination or discharge cases), and prospective employees (failure to hire cases) in cases of workplace discrimination (age, disability, gender, national origin, pregnancy, race, and religion), hostile work environment and workplace harassment (including sexual harassment) at both The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), and The Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission (PHRC).  We also file suit on behalf of and represent our clients in federal or state court when necessary.


Over the years our firm has provided consultation and/or representation to individuals regarding numerous aspects of employment law. 


Some examples include:


If you have an employment law question, we may be able to help. If you are embroiled in a dispute with your current or former employer we may be able to help.  If you were fired, discharged or terminated from your position for an illegal reason we may be able to help.  If you were turned down for a job (i.e. failure to hire claim) because of a discriminatory or illegal reason we may be able to help.  If you are the victim of unlawful workplace discrimination or employment discrimination we may be able to help.  If you are the victim of workplace harassment or a hostile work environment we may be able to help.  If you are the victim of unlawful retaliation on the job we may be able to help.  If you have questions regarding a severance package or non-compete agreement we may be able to help.  Call 215-322-6990 to speak with an experienced employment law attorney.




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Bucks County Pennsylvania employment lawyer Bruce Preissman returns most calls the same business day and all others within 24 hours.  He answers all of his clients' questions personally, not through an associate or paralegal.  And when he accepts a case, it means he is committed to standing by his client as long as necessary to obtain the best possible outcome for his client.



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If you were recently fired from your job, or if you have other questions regarding workplace harassment, employment discrimination or wrongful discharge, contact The Law Offices of Bruce Preissman.  We offer free initial consultations for many types of employment law matters, including discrimination and discharge claims.
To contact us call 215-322-6990 or submit your information through the contact us page of this website.
The Law Offices of
Bruce Preissman
1032 Mill Creek Drive, Suite 204
Feasterville, PA 19053

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