Millions of hard-working Americans have suddenly been laid off, furloughed, or terminated during the coronavirus pandemic. They have found themselves without work and are facing a daunting uncertainty on how to best plan for the days ahead. If you need help understanding your rights during the coronavirus pandemic, Fitapelli & Schaffer, LLP offers a confidential and free phone consultation with one of their available employment attorneys that can help you see if you may have a claim to file. Call us now for a free phone consultation or contact us by submitting a form here.
Fitapelli & Schaffer exclusively champions employee rights while recovering hundreds of millions for its hard-working clients nationwide. Our firm is well versed in all matters related to your employment rights and therefore uniquely suited to help you navigate all the potential claims related to your current or former place of employment during the economic shutdown. We have been able to successfully litigate on behalf of many workers that have suffered illegal practices by their employers and we continue to be able to retain and represent new clients during the coronavirus shutdown of our economy. We remain determined to continue to fight on behalf unrepresented and abused working class of our nation that have been terminated without much consideration during these pressing times. If you find yourself furloughed or laid off as a result of COVID -19, take a look below to see how your rights could be affected:
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