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Consult with the attorneys at Schuetze & McGaha, P.C. if you have been terminated from your job.  If your unemployment benefits claim has been denied, we can help you through the appeals process.  If you have not been subject to discrimination or harassment, you may still have a wrongful termination claim under a variety of state and federal laws.  For instance, you cannot be terminated in retaliation for serving on jury duty, filing a workman's compensation claim, or refusing to commit an illegal act.

In Nevada, if you have a discrimination or retaliation claim that falls under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Pregnancy Discrimination Act, Age Discrimination Act, or Americans with Disabilities Act, you can file charges with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission or Nevada Equal Rights Commission.  The attorneys at Schuetze & McGaha, P.C. will assist you with filing and guide you through every step of the process.



Wrongful Termination Attorneys Las Vegas

Have you been terminated from your job, and you do not feel it was justified? Have you been harassed in the workplace and your employer does nothing? Were you injured on the job or suffer from a disability, and you are scared about whether you will be fired?


If an employer engages in work place misconduct based on your gender, race, age, religion, national origin, disability, sexual orientation or ethnicity, the experienced attorneys at Schuetze & McGaha, P.C. in Las Vegas, Nevada, may be able to help you.


If you believe you have a discrimination, harassment, or retaliation claim, do not hesitate to contact our lawyers for more information regarding your rights. We can assist you with a variety of employment law related matters, including Title VII, Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), and other federal and state retaliation claims. We will lay out all options available to you in a free confidential consultation.







Title VII, EEOC, and NERC Charges


Unemployment Benefits Claims