Are You Facing Work Injury Retaliation?
Our Portland Employment Law Attorneys Can Help You Fight Back
It is a possibility in many work environments to sustain an on-the-job injury. When this happens, you are legally entitled to file a claim for workers' compensation. Some employers, don’t want their insurance rates to go up so when you get injured or file a worker’s compensation claim, they retaliation by firing you right away or wait until you are done recovering and then fire you. No matter how they do it, it is illegal for an employer in any way to harass, or retaliate against an employee for an on-the-job injury.
- Under Oregon state law, employees are protected against:
- Termination after an injury and before getting the chance to file for workers' compensation
- Termination after you file a claim for worker’s compensation
- Termination before or after returning to your job with or without light-duty due to your injury
Retaliation against an employee who has experienced an injury or has filed for workers' compensation violates state law. If you have experienced this type of treatment from your employer, you are entitled to recover damages for lost wages, pain and suffering, and even get your job back (if you want to return to work). Your employer will even have to pay your attorney fees.
Contact Unlawful Termination Lawyers, LLC for a Free Consultation
At our firm, we can help you recover the damages that you deserve. Your employer has the responsibility to know and understand the laws concerning employees. They do not have the right to fire or discipline you in any way due to your work-related injuries or a workers' compensation claim.
With more than 20 years of combined experience, we have been successful in recovering millions of dollars for our clients. The Portland employment attorneys at Unlawful Termination Lawyers, LLC will aggressively fight for you and get your justice. We handle the cases on contingency and front costs in your case.
No fees unless there is recovery!
If you would like to take legal action against your employer, contact our firm today and receive a free and confidential consultation in person or over the phone.