The Olivio Law Firm, PLLC has extensive experience representing workers in employment disputes arising from improper company practices. The law regarding relations between employer and employee is complex, often governed by both state and federal laws and regulations. You may have heard that West Virginia is an “at will” employee state.
While true, the law does not give employers unchecked authority to treat employees however the employer may wish. There are numerous exceptions and limitations to the “at will” employee doctrine.
The Olivio Law Firm, PLLC can help when the employer has crossed the line.
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Not only is Michael intelligent, hard-working, competent attorney, he’s also a good guy. He is a family man and the kind of person you can trust.
Michael is a fantastic attorney who guided my mom through her lawsuit and eventual settlement. He was supportive and always made sure we knew what was going on. You can tell he really cares about his clients and wants to do the best for them!
Michael cares about his clients, focusing on each case and making it his priority in order to help procure the best outcome possible. He is very down to earth which makes the experience of hiring an attorney less stressful and gives you the extra confidence. He will work honestly and diligently on your case.
Michael is a wonderful caring attorney with excellent personal skills as well awesome knowledge for clients with personal injuries. Michael was a pleasure to work with and representing us. Thank you Michael for all your help and support.
John and Roberta
My experience with Michael was remarkable. I was injured in a car accident, overwhelmed by my symptoms and inundated by paperwork. While I was trying to make a difficult decision related to surgery, Michael negotiated the highest settlement available under the law.
- We commonly see valid claims arise from the following areas.
- Workers Compensation
- Discrimination involving some type of negative treatment after an employee has been hurt on the job and has applied for or is receiving Workers’ Compensation benefits.
- Sexual Harassment
- Involves improper behavior of a sexual nature within the workplace. The offensive behavior can be in the form of words, jokes, physical touching or simply the general nature of the workplace environment.
- Violations of the West Virginia Human Rights Act
- Prohibits workplace discrimination that is based upon race, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, sex, age, blindness or disability. The law prohibits discrimination that is based upon a person’s age, gender, racial minority status and many other exceptions.