Taking A Bold Stand For Workers’ Rights
Work is a significant part of life. When employees lose their job unfairly, face harassment or discrimination or encounter other problems, a large portion of their lives becomes a source of stress and worry. Employment issues can have an immense impact on the security and well-being of workers and their families.
Hayward & Hayward, PLLC., fiercely protects workers who face these legal problems. Our family-owned employment law practice is led by Samuel G. Hayward and his son, Samuel G. Hayward Jr. “Chip.” Together, our team possesses over 30 years of legal experience, and they use their extensive knowledge of employment law to advocate for workers.
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Confident Trial Attorneys With A Focus On Results
Whether your case requires trial, arbitration, negotiations with your employer or another method, our team will remain resilient. Our lawyers have faced against large employers across Kentucky. We are not intimidated by corporate legal teams.
Hayward & Hayward, PLLC., has successfully assisted clients across a variety of industries and levels with employment concerns, such as:
- Employment discrimination
- Sexual abuse and harassment cases
- Wrongful termination, unemployment benefits and severance negotiation
- Unpaid overtime and other wage and hour claims
- Whistleblower retaliation
- Paid family and medical leave (FMLA)
- Breach of contract cases and employment contract review
- Collective bargaining
At our Louisville-based firm, the outcome of your case is more important than filling a caseload quota or meeting quarterly profits. You should not have to work without fair pay or endure unreasonably harsh conditions. Through personalized attention and creative problem-solving, our attorneys can work to help you overcome the obstacles in your path.
Gain Comprehensive Advice At A Free Consultation
With a track record as passionate fighters, Hayward & Hayward, PLLC., is ready to take action on your behalf. Schedule your free case review through email or by calling 502-295-5555. Getting accurate legal information can help you understand your rights.