Championing the Cause of America's White Collar Workers
Experienced Employment Law Attorneys
The employment law attorneys of Huizenga & Hergt, P.C. excel in the employment law field. As labor attorneys who only represent employees, we specialize in defending your rights in workplace discrimination cases. Sexual harassment, sex discrimination, gender discrimination, race, age and handicap discrimination, severance agreements and corporate downsizing are all areas in which we have extensive experience, and have successfully defended employees' rights.
EMPLOYMENT LAW SPECIALISTS, HUIZENGA & HERGT, P.C.
The practice of law is an art. This statement is particularly true in the field of employment law. While knowledge and skill are the essential tools of the craft, inspiration and creativity separate those who command the law from those who simply practice the law. This is not to say, however, that creativity is a substitute for hard work. Planning, attention to detail, and the ability to anticipate defenses are all essential ingredients for success. In fact, 90 percent of the work is done long before a case goes to trial.
Cases are often won and lost before they go to trial. If the wrong legal theory is selected, or the facts are not framed to their best advantage, a lawsuit may be doomed to failure before it is filed. Given all the variables that come into play, we urge you to contact our employment law lawyers with detailed information about your particular situation. All inquiries are kept confidential.
Some of the services the law firm of Huizenga & Hergt, P.C. provides:
For high quality legal representation and responsive client service, contact the employment law attorneys at Huizenga & Hergt, P.C., today.
From our offices in the historic Penobscot Building in Detroit, Michigan, our firm has represented clients in the following states: Arizona, California, Colorado, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia.