After-Injury Retaliation in Employment
in West Virginia
Contact Stroebel & Johnson, PLLC, for Help with Injury Retaliation
When you are hurt on the job, workers know they must file for workers’ compensation in order to help meet expenses while they recover. Unfortunately, some employers have a history of retaliating against employees who file for injury-related claims. They do this in an attempt to hold down the cost of their own insurance or as a way to dissuade workers from applying for what they can rightfully claim. If this happens to you, it may be enough to file a lawsuit to assert your rights. Call Stroebel & Johnson, PLLC, at (304) 553-0660 in Charleston, or (304) 520-0832 in Lewisburg, to schedule a free consultation today. You may also contact us online to schedule your consultation.
Call Stroebel & Johnson If You Experience Harassment After Work Injury
West Virginia workers who experience intimidation or harassment on the job after a work injury need help and support from a lawyer with experience. These types of intimidation tactics are against the law, and workers must know they are not alone when it comes to after-injury retaliation. It is unfortunate that some employees in management positions continue to manipulate situations or carry this type of reputation, because it hurts employers and employees alike. Filing suit to protect your rights in the workplace under state or federal employment law can help bring change that can benefit yourself and others.
Retaliation After Injury is Against the Law in West Virginia
Employees who experience retaliation after injury on the job need reliable help from a lawyer who is well versed in employment law in West Virginia. If you are someone on the receiving end of threats or other intimidation methods because of a work injury or because you filed for compensation, speak with Stroebel & Johnson, PLLC, today to protect your rights.