Employment Defamation

Florida Defamation Attorney
Employment
Have you been a victim of Slander or Libel by your employer or former employer?

At our Florida law firm, we have experience dealing with problems resulting from defamation. Defamation (or defamation of character) is the legal term used to describe slander or libel--false statements made about another person or organization. Defamatory accusations can ruin your business, affect your ability to get a job, or destroy your character and reputation. If you have suffered from false accusations of misconduct by your employer or former employer, contact a Fort Lauderdale employee-side employment law attorney at Donna M. Ballman, P.A. We are experienced in filing defamation lawsuits, recovering damages, and helping to restore your reputation and livelihood.

Employment Defamation

Our Fort Lauderdale law firm represents people who have been slandered by their employer or former employer. In such circumstances, the employee has to choose between trying to get another job while under a cloud, or remaining in a hostile workplace. If you have been put in a similar situation by your employer through false accusations by your employer of stealing, sexual harassment, discrimination, or other employee misconduct, contact a skilled Florida defamation lawyer at Donna M. Ballman, P.A. We can help. For more information, please access our employment defamation articles.

What can you do in these circumstances? To receive compensation from lost employer offers due to defamation, and to restore your reputation so you can return to work, contact a skilled defamation attorney at Donna M. Ballman, P.A. or fill out a case evaluation form. We will work to get you just compensation for losses from false accusations, libel, and slander.

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