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Linderman Law PLLC - Ann Arbor, MI

531 Woodgrove Drive Ann Arbor, MI 48103

Updated: 03/03/2022

Ann Arbor Employment Law - Employee Law Firm

Overview

At Linderman Law PLLC, we know you count on your employer in Ann Arbor, Michigan, to protect your livelihood. When they do not, our law office does not let them get away with it. We put clients first and are not afraid to take employment conflicts into litigation. When it seems like no one is there to help after a degrading sexual harassment incident or overt display of racism on the job, our attorneys act as whistleblowers to call out prejudice and demand compensation from unlawful employers...

At Linderman Law PLLC, we know you count on your employer in Ann Arbor, Michigan, to protect your livelihood. When they do not, our law office does not let them get away with it. We put clients first and are not afraid to take employment conflicts into litigation. When it seems like no one is there to help after a degrading sexual harassment incident or overt display of racism on the job, our attorneys act as whistleblowers to call out prejudice and demand compensation from unlawful employers. This includes businesses that deny you time off for due family matters and bosses who retaliate after you make a just complaint.

Our law office is also by your side after an injury at work or on the road leaves you without an income and no way to make ends meet. We realize a catastrophic accident sends your entire family into emotional and financial turmoil, not just you, the victim. We take the anxiety out of legal proceedings and deal with icy insurance companies so you are able to focus on recovery. If you are offered an inadequate settlement, we pursue the full possible compensation in court.

Do not let a callous employer or someone else’s negligence ruin your life. When you need to file a lawsuit, you need a fierce legal team like the one at Linderman Law PLLC. Wherever you are in the state of Michigan, visit our law office for a free intake period not being done by an attorney. We take credit cards for utmost convenience.

About Linderman Law PLLC

Practice Areas

  • Employment Law - Employee
  • Employment Law - Employer
  • Workers Compensation
  • Business & Commercial Law
  • Civil Rights

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Accepts Credit Cards

Office Information

Address

531 Woodgrove Drive Ann Arbor, MI 48103

Office Hours

M-F 9am-5pm

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