Top Erskine Wrongful Termination Lawyers - Minnesota

At the Law Office of Sivertson and Barrette, P.A., our attorneys have been serving employees and defending professional licenses for 35 years. We fully understand the concerns our clients are facing. A threat to your livelihood and legal rights affect more than just your job — it affects your home, your family and your future, seemingly consuming your life. Our firm was started by Alf...

  • After suffering injuries on the job, people may face a number of challenges. The Bradt Law Offices provides dedicated workers' compensation to clients in Grand Rapids, Minnesota, and throughout Aitkin, Cass, Itasca and St. Louis counties. We understand that injured workers may be concerned about unpaid medical bills, wage loss and providing for their families, and our attorney helps those we...

Need help with after being Wrongfully Terminated?

You've come to the right place. If you are involved in an employment dispute and believe you were wrongfully dismissed, a wrongful termination lawyer can help.  A lawyer can help you your case and filing a complaint with the equal employment opportunity commission.

Wrongful termination lawyers protect the rights of people who have been wrongfully terminated and determine violations of federal and state anti-discrimination and harassment laws, and employment agreements.

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