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DOTSON LAW PLLC 

Curtis E. Dotson, Attorney At Law

Employment Lawyer

Types of Employment Law Cases:


Employment Discrimination               • Violation of Pregnancy Act

• Wrongful Termination                          • Wage and Hour  

Sexual Harassment                                • Overtime Pay Disputes 

Family Medical Leave Act                    • Workers' Compensation Retaliation

• Retaliation                                               • Hostile work environment


Dotson Law PLLC of Ashland, KY is an experienced employment lawyer that can provide strong representation in many employer-employee disputes. They exist to keep employers in line regarding unfair treatment of employees in matters such as benefits, discrimination, and other unfair circumstances that can cost the employee their comfort, security, or even their compensation.

Discrimination exists in many workplaces, and it can take many forms. You may be discriminated against due to your race,color, age(40+), disability, religion, nationality, marital status, or gender. Sexual harassment is also common and can take many subtle forms from passing comments to gestures to physical contact that makes you feel uncomfortable. The employment lawyer at Dotson Law PLLC is ready to review your claim and ensure you are protected.

The Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) can sometimes cause issues when employees attempt to use their time and compensation under the act due to pregnancy, adoption, or major medical treatment. New mothers may require an employment lawyer if they are denied return to work after giving birth. If you experience unfair treatment due to your medical needs, consult with the Dotson Law PLLC employment lawyer. You need to act now to protect your rights and your income.

When employers seek to harm their employees by reducing hours, wages, or benefits due to a health matter, the employment lawyer at Dotson Law PLLC in Ashland, KY can step in to make things right.

 

Whether your claim is covered under the Kentucky Human Rights Act, or another state or federal law, you can count on us for dependable advice.  Call us today at 606.325.0000.

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