gunther & patel law
TRUSTED LITIGATION COUNSEL
If you have been discriminated against or harassed at work or if you have been injured, we are here to help. Gunther & Patel Law has the legal and real world experience to deliver results that you deserve.
Our office is centrally located in Harrisburg. We proudly serve clients throughout Pennsylvania including Harrisburg, Carlisle, Shippensburg, Chambersburg, Reading, Lancaster, York, Allentown and all of their surrounding communities.
A Focus on Results
Employment discrimination generally refers to any unfair treatment in the workplace that is based upon age, gender, race or color, national origin, religious beliefs, or disability. Other forms of illegal conduct include sexual harassment, pregnancy discrimination, retaliation, Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) violations, or Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) violations.
Specific deadlines, also known as Statutes of Limitations, apply for filing discrimination claims with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) and the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission (“PHRC”). Contact us today to discuss your claims.
Individuals who suffer physical or mental injuries caused by another's negligence should be financially compensated. Personal injury claims are most commonly paid by insurance companies who have provided insurance.
If you have suffered an injury, treat with medical professionals and contact our law firm prior to settling anything with the insurance company. Don’t delay in contacting our attorneys. Strict deadlines, also known as Statutes of Limitations, are in place by which a claim must be initiated, or you may lose your ability to recover. Contact us today to discuss your claims.
SLIP AND FALL
Slip and fall accidents may cause serious and even hidden injuries that may not become apparent until days or weeks afterward. Accidents can occur at a grocery store, convenience store, restaurant/bar, hotel, retail store, department store, shopping malls, warehouses, movie theaters, or any other place of business.
Under premises liability law, a guest is considered an “invitee” to the property and is legally given a high amount of protection. An invitee is anyone who is there for the benefit of the property owner.