Fired After Injury

Good employers don’t fire an employee after they are injured. But bad managers sometimes do. Every day we learn of managers, supervisors, and human resources professionals who take adverse action against injured employees after they file a workers’ compensation claim or request more time before returning to work. Adverse actions include:

  • Verbal or written discipline for absences or other alleged policy “violations”
  • Salary reductions
  • Change in shift assignments
  • Negative evaluations
  • Suspension without pay
  • Termination

Emery Reddy employment lawyers successfully bring lawsuits against Washington employers for taking adverse action against employees injured at work. If we accept your case, we will file your employment law claim while simultaneously pursuing your workers’ compensation claim. We litigate both employment law and workers’ compensation cases at the same time to maximize our client’s recovery. If you have been treated unfairly following a workers’ compensation claim or workplace injury, call us to learn how we can help.

Call for a free consultation

We invite you to contact us, or request a meeting on our scheduling calendar

Contact Us