Clarksburg WV Trial Attorney Wrongful Termination Legal Services Launched

Clarksburg, West Virginia law firm Mountain State Law launched an updated range of employment law services to help victims of wrongful termination in Clarksburg, Bridgeport, Morgantown and the surrounding areas.

Clarksburg, United States - January 7, 2019 /NewsNetwork/ —

Mountain State Law, a law firm based in Clarksburg, West Virginia, announced a complete range of legal services for clients who believe they were unjustly or illegally dismissed. Ron Kramer and Sam Harrold use their decades of combined experience to provide professional legal representation for victims of wrongful termination due to discrimination based on gender, race or other factors, whistleblowing or other reasons.

More information can be found at https://mountainstatelaw.com/wrongful-termination.

Current legislation makes it possible for victims of wrongful termination to either recover their job or receive other types of compensation. Partnering with an attorney specializing in employment law is essential to ensure that their case is adequately represented and maximize the chance of a positive legal outcome.

Mountain State Law provides complete legal assistance for clients who have been dismissed for reasons including discrimination, violation of company policy, whistleblowing, breach of contract and others.

The Clarksburg attorneys analyze each situation to determine whether or not the termination of the contract has been abusive.

Individuals who believe that they might have been wrongfully dismissed can contact the firm for a free preliminary consultation with an experienced attorney, thus helping them analyze their contract and make an informed decision on the best course of action.

The recent service update is part of the Clarksburg law firm’s continuous commitment to offering effective legal solutions for clients in Clarksburg, Bridgeport, Morgantown, Fairmont, Elkins, Buckhannon and the surrounding areas.

Founded by attorneys Ron Kramer and Sam Harrold, the firm specializes in employment and personal injury law, having established a reputation for professionalism and competence.

A satisfied client said: “These guys are great. Ron is a Marine veteran who isn’t afraid of anyone – litigation and suing people when appropriate is his thing. Sam is a great guy who can figure out solutions to complex matters. You can always trust them and they are very honorable. I would definitely recommend their services.”

Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website.

Contact Info:
Name: Ron Kramer II
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Organization: Mountain State Law
Address: 306 West Main Street, Clarksburg, WV 26301, United States
Phone: +1-304-715-3800
Website: http://MountainStateLaw.com

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 466043

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