Savannah Ga Employment and Personal Injury Attorney Charles Herman Focused on Labor and Employment Law, Overtime and Wage Theft, Sexual Harassment, and Personal Injury and Accident Law
Whether you have been injured in an accident or are suffering from a hostile work environment or being subjected to harassment in the workplace or a wrongful termination or wrongful dismissal, you need to protect your rights by contacting Savannah Ga Employment and Personal Injury Attorney Charles Herman for a free consultation by emailing me at Charles@CharlesHermanLaw.com, or by calling me at at (912) 244-3999.
I WILL FIGHT TO PROTECT YOUR LEGAL RIGHTS UNDER THE LAW.
I am dedicated to protecting the rights of my clients. I am committed to my clients and the foundation of my practice is based on relationships. If after our free consultation I cannot assist you with your issues, I will be able to refer you to someone who can. If you use the contact form or email me a brief description of what is going on, then I will try to get back in touch with you within the next 48 hours to see how I can help you. Better to act now then to regret not taking any action. Contact a Savannah Ga Employment and Personal Injury Attorney today for a free consultation by emailing me at Charles@CharlesHermanLaw.com, or by calling me at at (912) 244-3999 and ask for Charles Herman..
I mainly focus my practice on employment law and personal injury cases. If you believe that your employer has treated you wrongly or you have been injured in an accident, the first step in determining whether or not you have an actionable cause of action or claim is to contact an experienced Savannah Ga Employment and Personal Injury Attorney for a free consultation. Take it off of your to do list, and set a plan in action to help me help you determine your rights. Call me today at (912) 244-3999.
The Savannah market is full of Savannah Georgia Personal Injury Lawyers. All you have to do is turn on the television and you are bombarded by commercials advertising the services of Savannah Georgia Personal Injury Attorneys. However, I am a local Savannah Georgia Personal Injury Lawyer. You will find that it is extremely beneficial as your case goes along to have a local lawyer, as opposed to a lawyer from another city that doesn’t understand how things work here in Savannah. Call around to other lawyers and talk to them about your case, but don’t make your decision about who to sign up with until you have met the right person who makes you feel comfortable. I am a local Savannah Georgia Personal Injury Attorney and I am confident that you will want me to be your lawyer after we discuss your case. Call me today at (912) 244-3999.
Employment cases are very complex and general practice attorneys are mostly incapable of providing your case the attention and focus that it deserves. The best way to find out if you have a good employment case is to contact a Savannah Georgia Employment Attorney and find out if your situation is a case of employment at will or whether this is a termination of employment that resulted from hostile environment harassment. There are not a lot of Savannah Georgia Employment Attorneys that have the expertise in employment law to answer the questions that you have, but I am one of them and you should not wait to contact me now by emailing me at Charles@CharlesHermanLaw.com or by calling me at at (912) 244-3999. I am a local Savannah Georgia Employment Lawyer. You will find that it is extremely beneficial as your case goes along to have a local lawyer, as opposed to a lawyer out of Atlanta or some other big city that doesn’t understand how things work down here in Savannah. Call around to other Savannah Georgia Employment Lawyers and talk to them about your case also, but make sure that you at least let me discuss your case with you and get to know you a little bit before you make a decision about who to hire. These cases can last a long time and you need to be sure that you can communicate well with your chosen representative.
ABOUT ATTORNEY HERMAN – EDUCATION & COURT ADMISSIONS
I grew up in Ohio and joined the military after graduating from High School in 1993. After serving four (4) years I was honorably discharged in 1998. I then attended undergraduate college at Virginia Tech and graduated in 2002 with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Environmental Policy and Planning. In 2002 I moved back home to Ohio and started law school at the University of Toledo, College of Law where I graduated from in 2005, graduating with a Certificate of Environmental Law. I am licensed to practice law in all Ohio and Georgia State Courts; the Federal Courts in the Northern District of Ohio, the Southern District of Georgia; and the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals.
LEADERSHIP, MEMBERSHIP & HONORS
While in the military, I won the Humanitarian Service Medal, United States Armed Forces and the National Defense Service Medal, United States Armed Forces. As an attorney, I belong to the Savannah Bar Association; the Georgia State Bar Association; and the Georgia chapter of the National Employment Lawyer’s Association. I also volunteer my time in various capacities in an effort to give back to the community. I am a past Board Member on the Savannah Development and Renewal Authority, which is a Board made up of 25 members appointed by the Mayor and Aldermen of the City of Savannah, Georgia. The Board of Directors appoints a Technical Advisory Board of partner agencies, organizations, and downtown stakeholders to provide guidance in the development of programs and activities. I have also been active on the committee for the revitalization of the Historic Ohio Theatre and I am an active member of the Virginia Tech Alumni Association and a past president of the Savannah, Georgia chapter.
Free Consultation with Savannah Ga Employment and Personal Injury Attorney Charles Herman
My name is Charles Herman and I’m a Savannah Ga Employment and Personal Injury Attorney. I will give you a free consultation in employment, overtime, sexual harassment, and personal injury cases. Additionally, I represent labor unions and would be happy to talk to you about how I can assist your union membership.
Most noteworthy, at the free consultation I will review your case. I will discuss the facts regarding your claim with you, including your evidence such as witnesses and documents. At the conclusion of this meeting, I may ask you to provide additional evidence. If no additional evidence needed, I will give you my opinion on whether or not you have a case. Also, I will discuss and explain to you the reasons that support my decision. If I believe that you have a case, we will discuss entering a fee agreement for my office to represent you.
Labor and Employment Law – Call today for a free consultation.
Charles Herman Law is dedicated to protecting the rights of working people in the Savannah, Brunswick, Hinesville, Springfield, Pembroke, and Pooler Georgia area. similarly focused on being highly responsive to clients’ questions and needs.
I am a Savannah Ga Employment and Personal Injury Attorney and I have built the foundation of my practice on relationships with my clients and providing clients the best legal representation possible in the following areas: disability discrimination, wrongful dismissal, retaliation, sexual harassment, sex discrimination, pregnancy discrimination, sexual orientation discrimination, race discrimination, religious discrimination, minimum wage and hours and overtime, and other violations of statutory law, including claims under the Family and Medical Leave Act (“FMLA”), Title VII, the Americans with Disabilities Act as amended, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, Fair Labor Standards Act, the Civil Rights Act, and constitutional claims against governmental entities.
It is Important to Act Quickly to Protect Your Rights
It is important to act quickly to protect your rights and so I can begin to conduct an investigation into your claims. I am a Savannah Ga Employment and Personal Injury Attorney who is available to discuss your labor and employment related questions with you. Whether you have been terminated from a job, or think that you might be terminated from a job, it is important that you contact a labor and employment lawyer to discuss your legal rights. Depending on your situation, you may need to act immediately to protect your ability to go after your employer in the future.
It is important that you are aware that the law imposes certain time limits on when claims and suits may be filed (“statutes of limitation”). Therefore, your right to file a claim or suit will expire with the passage of time. These deadlines may begin to expire very soon. Therefore, to be safe – you should not delay in pursuing legal action if you intend to do so, because your claim or suit—no matter what it is for—will be barred if not filed within the applicable statute of limitations.
I wish you every success. If you would like to discuss your potential case as referenced above, please do not hesitate to call upon me if I can be of assistance in the future or schedule a free consultation.
Following your free consultation, if the best legal strategy involves filing a charge with an administrative agency like the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”), then I will assist you.
What happens at the EEOC?
If you decide to pursue federal claims under Title VII, you must file the charge of discrimination with the EEOC and obtain a right to sue letter before filing a federal Title VII court action, except in limited circumstances.
I will prepare the necessary documents, including: assisting in drafting and filing the charge of discrimination with the agency; reviewing the Respondent’s position statement; drafting a response to the Respondent’s position statement and where necessary providing any additional information to support the allegations of discrimination including witness statements, documentation or other information/evidence; corresponding with the agency and the investigator assigned to the charge; and attending any mediation and/or negotiating any settlement.
Is mediation a possibility?
Many cases can get resolved through mediation, but there are no guarantees and your employer is not required to mediate or negotiate. It is important that before you decide to file a charge with the EEOC that you contact a Savannah Ga Employment and Personal Injury Attorney to discuss the case before moving forward.
Filing a lawsuit in State or Federal Court
Filing a lawsuit in state or federal court may be necessary, for the reason that employers seldom just admit that they did wrong. There are provisions for attorney’s fees under the discrimination laws and I will petition the court for an award of attorney fees in appropriate circumstances.
At an initial consultation we can discuss your other remedies, and in particular we can discuss that you also have an option to file a lawsuit directly in court without filing an administrative charge with the federal government in certain types of cases.
I take all employment claims on a contingency fee basis meaning that I do not get paid unless I win. There are provisions for attorney’s fees in the law and I would petition the court for an award of attorney fees. You have the possibility of recovering attorney’s fees; lost wages; compensation damages including pain and suffering and the front pay in lieu of reinstatement.
To begin the lawsuit, I will draft and file a complaint. The complaint will list the facts in your case and put the employer on notice of your claims. The employer then must file an answer. The next step is pretrial activities. The most important pretrial activity is “discovery”, which allows the parties to gather evidence. After discovery is over, the Court usually gives the parties a time period to file motions. If the judge rules in favor of one party, then the case is over. If the judge does not grant the motion, the case will go to trial.
At the free consultation I will also make an evaluation of your potential damages, which includes an assessment of your potential: lost wages; lost benefits; front pay; compensatory damages, including pain and suffering, emotional distress, or inconvenience; and punitive damages. Although these categories of damages are available under the discrimination laws, they may not all be applicable to your individual case. It is important to contact a Savannah Ga Employment and Personal Injury Attorney before attempting to settle your case so that you can make a clear and informed determination regarding what your case may be worth.
Mitigation of Damages
The most basic component of damages in an employment discrimination lawsuit or wrongful dismissal lawsuit is lost salary. Generally damages are measured by the salary you would have earned from your former employer from the date of your wrongful dismissal until the date of trial, less earnings your receive from part-time or full-time employment before trial. Therefore, you must look for work. You cannot sit back and let your damages build up and hope that you will recover the full amount of your lost salary at trial. If you do not look for work or are unavailable for work during a period of time, you probably will not be able to recover your lost salary for that period. That is, you have a duty to reduce your claim for lost salary and fringe benefits. Our Courts call this the “duty to mitigate damages.”
Personal Injury, Accidents, and Wrongful Death – Call today for a free consultation.
In addition to employment claims, Charles Herman Law likewise represents clients in the following areas of personal injury law after an accident where you or a loved one are seriously injured: Savannah Personal Injury Attorney, Savannah Car Accidents, Savannah Bicycle Accidents, Savannah Truck Accidents, Savannah Motorcycle Accidents, Trip and Falls, and Georgia Wrongful Death. I take these cases on a contingent fee basis. Call today for a free consultation.
Severance Agreement Negotiations – Call today for a free consultation.
Additionally, Savannah Ga Employment and Personal Injury Attorney Charles Herman reviews and negotiates severance agreements and contracts for employment. As a result, he is able to evaluate and advise you regarding your severance package and you should call today.
Overtime and Wage Theft – Call today for a free consultation.
Employment law claims require commitment, both on behalf of the client, and on behalf of your Savannah Ga Employment and Personal Injury Attorney. If you want a Savannah Ga Employment and Personal Injury Attorney who is willing to fight for your rights, then contact Charles Herman now.
Labor Union Representation – Call today for a free consultation.
Charles Herman also represents unions. Do you want to know what you can do about your employer taking advantage of you under your collective bargaining agreement? If you answered yes, I can certainly help you. Please do not hesitate to contact me to discuss developing a working relationship. Call today for a free consultation. I would be happy to talk to your union’s labor officials regarding representation.
Areas served by Savannah Personal Injury Attorney Charles Herman in Southern Georgia include several counties, as well as multiple cities and towns throughout the area. Charles Herman practices in federal court, as well as state courts within the Southern District of Georgia. The Southern District of Georgia includes 43 different counties and is furthermore divided into six divisions: Savannah, Augusta, Brunswick, Waycross, Dublin and Statesboro.
Charles Herman Law primarily practices in the Savannah Division; the Statesboro Division; and the Brunswick Division. The counties within the Southern District of Georgia where attorney Charles Herman practices include the following Georgia counties: Camden County; Glynn County; Wayne County; Bryan County; Chatham County; Effingham County; Liberty County; Bulloch County; Tattnall County; and Toombs County and the following southern Georgia cities: Woodbine, St. Marys, Brunswick, Jesup, Pembroke, Savannah metropolitan area, Springfield, Hinesville, Statesboro, Reidsville, Lyons, Georgetown, Pooler, Wilmington Island, Garden City, Port Wentworth, Richmond Hill, Rincon, Skidaway Island, Whitemarsh Island, Bloomingdale, Guyton, Isle of Hope, Montgomery, Thunderbolt, and Tybee Island.
If you believe that your employer has treated you wrongly or you have been injured in an accident, contact a Savannah Georgia Lawyer at (912) 244-3999 to schedule a free consultation with Charles Herman, Savannah Ga Employment and Personal Injury Attorney, so we can sit down and talk about the facts of your case and so that I can give you my opinion about whether or not you have a case.