Have you been fired, demoted, or treated unfairly?
The Bowman Law Office in Savannah, Georgia handles of variety of employee related issues in State and Federal Courts including:
- Unlawful discrimination based upon race, gender, age, disability, national origin, and religion;
- Sexual harassment and hostile work environments;
- Wage and Hour pay violations under the Fair Labor Standards Act including failure to pay overtime compensation or minimum wages;
- Contractual claims
- Non-compete claims
- Review of severance and separation packages for employment related issues;
- Family and Medical Leave Act violations
Contacting us about your claim
Please be aware that although we would like to hear from you, we may not represent you until we confirm that doing so will not create a conflict of interest. Therefore, it is important that you know that we cannot treat unsolicited information as confidential. Accordingly, please do not send us any information about any matter that may involve you or your claims until you receive a written statement from us that we represent you (an engagement letter).
The best way for you to see if the lawyers at The Bowman Law Office can represent you is to call us at 912-401-0121. We have a conflict of interest procedure that you must complete, and we will let you know how to schedule an appointment to meet with a lawyer. If you choose to send an email, rather than contact our office by phone, please note that your email will not create an attorney-client relationship and will not be treated as privileged or confidential- so you should not send sensitive or confidential information via this email. If you choose to send our office information without being asked to do so, you agree that we may review that information, with the recognition that the information may not be treated as confidential by us and will not preclude us from representing another client who may have interests adverse to yours. Even if you send us material in an attempt to employ this firm, if we represent another party in your case, that information that you send us may be used against your interests! So again-until you have received our engagement letter – do not give us specific facts about your case until you go through our conflict of interest procedure!