What Does The Court Consider In Workers' Compensation Retaliation?

If you have been injured on the job and filed for workers' compensation, then come back to work and face retaliation, you may be eligible for damages.

If you feel your boss is discriminating against you because of your claim, or trying to push you out of the job, the attorneys at Saad Dixon Law Offices PLLC in Huntington, West Virginia, are ready to help.

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The court considers termination, a demotion or a change in your job duties an "adverse employment action."

Saad Dixon Law Offices PLLC also has attorneys licensed in Ohio and Kentucky, focusing on protecting people in the tri-state area from unlawful actions by their employers.

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