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Federal Employment Legal Services in the Tampa Bay Area

Serving the Needs of Federal Employees Throughout the United States

When your rights as a federal employee are threatened or violated, our team at Legal Lion Employment Law Firm is prepared to assist you. We are committed to championing federal employees and will do everything possible to help you reach a favorable outcome in your case.

When you meet with our team, you will work directly with our lawyers to discuss your case, answer questions, and identify potential legal solutions. Our firm is committed to giving you the tools and resources to understand your rights in any conflict or situation and make informed decisions about how to proceed.

Get the experienced legal support you deserve. Call (813) 437-4447 or contact us online today!

Our Federal Employment Legal Services Can Assist You with Matters Involving:

  • Office of Workers’ Compensation Programs (OWCP). Federal employees who are injured on-the-job operate under different rules and procedures than those of workers in the private sector. Our team can work with you in filing a claim with OWCP and get you the relief that you need.
  • Local Union Support. Unions confer benefits and protections to more than half of U.S. federal government employees. Organizing efforts at the local and national level help secure quality working conditions as well as fair and reasonable grievance procedures. Our firm can offer free training and educational resources to federal employees interested in protecting their employment rights at the local level. We can also serve as general counsel to local union efforts and supplement the legal support of larger unions, such as the American Federation of Government Employees.
  • Disciplinary and Adverse Actions. It is important that you understand and exercise your rights as a federal employee when you are the subject of proposed disciplinary or adverse actions. If enacted, these infractions will remain on your OPF indefinitely and will likely result in negative consequences for your career and professional reputation. Our team can work with you to build a compelling defense and explore appeals to the Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB) if necessary.
  • Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Complaints. Federal employees are legally protected from discriminatory behavior or targeted harassment. We can assist you in navigating the EEOC complaint process and advocate for you every step of the way.
  • Whistleblower Retaliation. You have a right and obligation to report unlawful, inappropriate, or egregiously wasteful actions of a colleague or supervisor at a federal agency. When you call attention to misconduct through the Office of Special Counsel (OSC), you are legally protected from retaliatory acts. If you suffer disciplinary or adverse actions as a result of your complaint, we can assist you in pursuing
  • Federal Employee Investigation Defense. If a federal agency suspects that you have committed some form of misconduct, they may initiate an administrative or criminal investigation before proposing disciplinary or adverse actions. Your specific rights as a federal employee will depend on the type of investigation being conducted. We can represent you in an investigation and ensure your rights are protected.
  • Reasonable Accommodations and Disability Support. If you are living with a disability, you have a right to reasonable accommodations in your workplace. We can assist you in navigating the requesting and negotiating process for securing accommodations and help you overcome any inappropriate claims of undue hardship. If an accommodation solution cannot be found, we can work to help you secure short- and long-term relief options, including temporary FMLA leave and OPM Disability Retirement benefits.

Schedule your free initial consultation by calling (813) 437-4447 or contacting us online.

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    - Eddie M.

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