CONTACT GESSNERLAW CHARLOTTE OFFICE
EMPLOYMENT LAWYERS IN CHARLOTTE, NC
If you are experiencing issues at work, take action by contacting an employment lawyer in Charlotte, North Carolina. Our employment law firm represents plaintiffs and defendants experiencing workplace issues from the mountains to the coast.
GET LEGAL ADVICE FROM A LABOR ATTORNEY
We understand the importance of knowing your employment rights. Michelle Gessner is dedicated to fighting for her clients. GessnerLaw accepts clients across the state of North Carolina and has offices to serve you in Wilmington and Charlotte.
Our Charlotte employment attorneys focus on helping clients understand all Federal & State laws to better protect their rights. Our knowledge gives you the resources to prepare for your case or develop preventative measures.
We have influenced many employees’ outcomes in class action lawsuits that violate employee rights. Our experience and knowledge within the legal system gives you a cutting-edge advantage.
SCHEDULE A CONSULTATION
GessnerLaw accepts clients across North Carolina. We are available by appointment only, to meet at our two office locations or via teleconference. We’ll even come to you! To schedule a consultation, please complete the form below, or give us a call on our toll-free number at 1(844)-GESSNER. We will respond within 24 hours, Monday – Friday.
CONSULTATION REQUEST FORMintake form
Remember: Do not transmit sensitive information via this contact form. Simply provide your contact information and a brief description of your situation.
Also, when you contact our office, please do so from your personal email address or telephone. Contacting our office from a work email address or telephone could potentially compromise your employment situation and/or attorney-client privilege.
THINGS TO REMEMBER
There may be short deadlines that apply to certain claims, so delays may affect your options.
There is an hourly fee for consultations. Payment is expected at the time of your appointment and is payable by check, Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover.
During your consultation, you can expect a confidential discussion that will include:
- Reviewing a detailed history of your employment situation
- Evaluating information that could support your claims or negotiating position
- Presenting options for your next step
To prepare for your consultation, collect all relevant documents in your possession, such as:
- Recent performance evaluations
- Performance improvement plan
- Offer letter
- Employment contract
- Termination notice
- Employee Handbook
- Separation Agreement
If the firm agrees to represent you after your consultation, we will then discuss the firm’s Client Agreement and the associated fees.