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Has your employer refused to pay your wages or commissions? Have you been injured on the job? Have you been fired wrongfully?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, contact the law office of Kelaher, Connell & Connor. We have diverse experiences in litigating employment law claims.

Our Winning Approach

  • Evaluate Cases Early
  • Negotiate Effectively
  • Litigate Strategically

We know the one-size-fits-all approach never works to resolve employment disputes, which is why we work with clients to map a goal and cost (both personal and financial) strategy for a successful outcome.

TYPES OF EMPLOYMENT DISPUTE CASES

  • Unpaid Wages and Commissions

    A wage dispute arises when the employer has paid the employee something less than what the employee expected, or has not paid at all.

  • Workers’ Compensation

    Workers’ compensation is a form of insurance providing wage replacement and medical benefits to employees injured in the course of employment. Learn more about Workers’ Compensation

  • Wrongful Termination

    South Carolina has adopted an “At-Will” employment doctrine. Employers can fire an employee for almost any reason they deem fit, including personality conflicts unrelated to job performance. But an employee can’t be terminated because of race, gender, age or physical impairment. Our lawyers can determine if you have a case to sue your employer for wrongful termination.

  • Non-Compete Agreements

    Employers may require non-competition agreements for a variety of reasons, including protection of trade secrets or goodwill.

Gene, Sid and Lisa have years of experience with this practice area.

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