Pembroke Georgia Attorney Charles Herman Focused on Labor and Employment Law, Overtime and Wage Theft, Sexual Harassment, and Personal Injury and Accident Law
The first step in determining whether or not you have an actionable cause of action or claim is to contact an experienced Pembroke Georgia attorney to talk about it. Take it off of your to do list, and set a plan in action to help me help you determine your rights. Don’t wait, contact me now by filling out the contact form below, by emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by calling me at at (912) 244-3999 and asking for Charles Herman. If 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 and 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. Call me today.
Free Initial Consultation with Pembroke Georgia Attorney Charles Herman
My name is Charles Herman and I’m a Pembroke Georgia attorney. I offer consultations in the following types of cases:disability discrimination, wrongful termination, retaliation, sexual harassment, hostile work environment, sex discrimination, pregnancy discrimination, sexual orientation discrimination, race discrimination, religious discrimination, disability discrimination, minimum wage and hours and overtime, Family and Medical Leave Act (“FMLA”), Age Discrimination in Employment Act, severance agreements, Pembroke Georgia Personal Injury Attorney, Pembroke Georgia Car Accidents, Pembroke Georgia Bicycle Accidents, Pembroke Georgia Truck Accidents, Pembroke Georgia Motorcycle Accidents, Trip and Falls, Pembroke Georgia Wrongful Death, and Pembroke Georgia Labor Union Representation Attorney. At the initial consultation I will review your case and discuss with you the facts regarding your claim including whatever evidence you may have such as witness names and documentary evidence. This may take several hours. At the conclusion of this first meeting, I may ask you to provide additional evidence which may be needed to move forward with your case. If there is no additional evidence needed for my case review, I will give you my opinion on whether or not you have a case or a defense and I will discuss and explain to you the reasons that support my decision. If I believe that you have a case or a strong defense to the charges, we will discuss the possibility of entering into a fee agreement for me to represent you in your case.
If you want to talk to an attorney about one of the cases above, please call me at (912) 244-3999 to schedule an initial consultation so we can sit down and I can discuss the important issues with you.
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