Serving The Needs Of Employees In Workplace Issues

For over 30 years, I have helped employees receive fair and just treatment at the workplace. This includes holding employers responsible for paying you your earned wages and overtime. It also means I work to ensure that an employer is held accountable to you if you are discriminated against.

Understanding Your Rights

In Alabama, workers are protected by a federal law. These laws make it illegal for an employer to discriminate against you based on, among other things, your:

  • Sex
  • Age
  • Race
  • Gender or pregnancy
  • Disability (ADA)
  • Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) status

If you are not sure whether your employer has discriminated against you, call me.

Wage And Hour Issues

Your employer is required to pay you in accordance with the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). If you have not been paid time and half for overtime (generally hours worked over 40 hours per week) or have been required to work "off the clock," contact me to discuss your situation and the merits of your case.

Understanding The Issue

It is very rare that someone is terminated out of the blue. The problem usually does not begin the moment you lose your job. More often the issue or problem was there before your termination. The time to enlist the help of an attorney is when you first realize things are not right at your place of your employment.

If this issue is based on your race, age, sex or disability, you need to contact an employment attorney right away.

Alabama and Georgia are "at will employment" states. This means that you can be terminated for good cause, bad cause or no cause at all — but you cannot be terminated for a federally protected cause. If you have suffered harm or been terminated from your employment, call me. If you have stood up for your rights and suffered discipline, up to and, including termination, in retaliation for complaining about discrimination, you have legal rights and remedies against the company.

Sex, Age, Race, Gender, Pregnancy, Disability, FMLA And ADA Discrimination In Alabama

I have represented hundreds of individual civil rights plaintiffs in almost every type of employment law scenario and have participated as an attorney in a number of class action lawsuits. I am deeply committed to helping workers who are the victims of discrimination.

Here To Help

To protect your rights, you need to understand your options and how the law pertains to your specific case. As an experienced employment law attorney who works one-on-one with each client, I can answer your questions and let you know how I can help. Call me, attorney Daniel A. Hannan. Call 251-654-1360 or email me directly. My office is in Mobile, but I serve clients throughout Alabama and Georgia.