Skilled Employment Law Attorneys

At Heimerl & Lammers, our employment law attorneys in focus on protecting our residents from employers who have violated their rights through objectionable and unlawful behavior that reveals discrimination, sexual harassment, wage and hour violations, and wrongful termination.

Our hardworking residents have a lot to offer in both their personal and professional lives, and when they are struggling with day-to-day physical and psychological injuries stemming from illegal behavior in the workplace, our employment law attorneys are here to listen to how your rights have been violated. This way, you may take the first steps in facing your future with confidence.

Our lawyers fight to help employees get the financial compensation they are entitled to when their employers disregard our state or federal laws and regulations when hiring, firing, paying, evaluating, promoting, and demoting employees.

Employment Law Attorney Practice Areas at Heimerl & Lammers

At Heimerl & Lammers, our employment lawyers focus on pursuing real-time solutions for clients who have suffered unlawful treatment in the workplace by pursuing more than financial compensation for their mistreatment. We also work for additional reconciliatory outcomes that include fundamental changes in their workplace environments.

Our employment attorneys are focused on providing our clients with the best legal outcomes available when they have suffered from:

  • Employment Discrimination
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Wage & Hour Violations
  • Wrongful Termination

If you have suffered harm in the workplace because of your employer’s unlawful behavior, contact our employment lawyers today to learn about your legal options and the steps you can take to hold them accountable for change.

What is Employment Discrimination in Minnesota?

Discriminating against employees in protected classes are violations of both state and federal laws. The Minnesota Department of Human Rights protects individuals throughout the state from employment discrimination based on:

  • Color
  • Race
  • Religion
  • Creed
  • National origin
  • Sex
  • Sexual orientation
  • Gender identity
  • Age
  • Disability
  • Marital status
  • Familial status
  • Public assistance
  • Local human rights commission activity

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission protects employees who have suffered discrimination because of any of these factors, alone or combined, and our employment discrimination attorneys will aggressively hold all employers accountable when they violate our clients’ rights for fair treatment in the workplace.

Sexual Harassment in the Workplace is Illegal in Minnesota and Throughout the U.S.

At Heimerl & Lammers, our sexual harassment attorneys understand there is a lot of confusion when it comes to what types of behavior are permitted in the workplace.

Most employees know that sexual harassment is unwelcome or unwanted sexual conduct in the workplace, and many even know where the legal line is drawn. What most employees do not know is, the harasser does not have to be a supervisor. Sexual harassment can be committed by harassers who are:

  • Employees
  • Company owners
  • Managers
  • Customers
  • Vendors

Sexual harassers can be male or female, and can include sexual conduct that is:

  • Verbal
  • Physical
  • In writing or pictures

Sexual harassment creates an intimidating or hostile workplace that interferes with an employee’s job performance and requires partnering with an experienced sexual harassment attorney who will pursue results.  

Wage & Hour Attorneys

At Heimerl & Lammers, our wage and hour lawyers understand that when our residents take a job, they expect to be paid the wages and hours they have agreed upon, which take effect the minute they clock in for duty.

Our clients work hard to support themselves and their families and are entitled to the requirements outlined by our Minnesota wage and hour laws, including those related to:

  • Holiday leave
  • Jury duty leave
  • Meal and breaks
  • Minimum wage
  • Overtime
  • Severance pay
  • Sick leave
  • Vacation leave
  • Voting leave

When an employer makes unexpected deductions from wages, withholds payment for all hours worked or misses a scheduled payday altogether, they can – and should – be held accountable for their unlawful behavior. Our wage and hour lawyers can help outline your rights and your case, so you can pursue the financial outcome you deserve for your unique circumstances.

Wrongful Termination Lawyers

Minnesota is an “at-will” employment state, which means an employer can fire any employee for any reason if that reason is not illegal. What employers cannot do is fire an employee based on discriminating factors, including those previously listed as protective classes. Other grounds for pursuing a wrongful termination case include employer retaliation against an employee for:

  • Exercising his or her Family and Medical Leave Act rights
  • Making a complaint or report of discrimination
  • Questions, complaints, or opposes unlawful pay practices
  • Reporting conduct they believe is unlawful, also known as Whistleblowing
  • Suffering an at-work injury and seeking workers compensation benefits

How Can Heimerl & Lammers Help Me Pursue an Employment Violation?

Our Heimerl & Lammers employment law attorneys understand how physically and emotionally harmful workplace violations can be to our clients’ overall well-being.

We know that you count on your job for more than money, but when your overall security is disrupted through illegal behavior, you have the right to hold your employer responsible for their action or inaction.

We would like to discuss your circumstances and outline your rights by reviewing the facts of your case during a free consultation today. This includes listening to your story and reviewing emails, conversations, or any other details that have a bearing on your case, so you can begin taking positive steps forward.

Our employment law attorneys are available now to discuss your case by calling (612) 294-2200 or by contacting us online to meet with our experienced lawyers and professional staff in any of our seven Minnesota offices.

Benjamin J. Heimerl
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Legal Protection from Workplace Related Injury

Every injured worker is entitled to:

  • Workers’ compensation benefits. This can include financial relief for lost wages, rehabilitation, medical costs, and more
  • The legal assistance of a Minnesota worker’s compensation lawyer
  • The ability to recover free of harassment or threats of termination

While you are not required by law to work with a lawyer during this time, it is important that you understand that there is a service available to you anytime you need it. Whether you are tired of dealing with denied claims or whether you simply don’t want to headache to putting in a claim yourself, our attorneys are here to help you anytime.

Minnesota Employment Law Attorneys

To learn more about your legal rights and what to do if you are faced with wrongful termination, contact the Law Firm of Heimerl & Lammers. We can assist you in all your legal filings and help you fight back against this. You have rights and it is imperative that you are not fired simply because you have been injured on the job. Our employment law attorneys understand how difficult it can be for employees to fight back against employers that violate Minnesota labor laws.  If you are looking for a wrongful termination lawyer, our employment law attorneys can help you successfully fight back against your current or former employer’s illegal practices. Call now and talk to a labor lawyer about your rights at work. 

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The attorneys and staff at our firm take the time to actually listen to our clients. We will carefully explain the process you are facing and guide you through it while looking out for your best interests. We know that each client’s individual situation is unique and important to them. Therefore, we won’t treat your representation with the “cookie-cutter” approach other law firms seem to take.

If you need to speak with an attorney, contact us today. We can assist with a wide array of issues, including divorce, child custody, family law, personal injury, wrongful death, workers’ compensation, and employment law.




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