New Orleans Employment Lawyer
Over the years, attorney Victor Farrugia has built a reputation for providing aggressive, tenacious and experienced representation. His hard work and determination to serve the needs of clients have earned him recognition as an AV Preeminent-rated attorney under Martindale Hubbell's peer-review rating system* for the past 22 years, as well as being selected as a Super Lawyer.
As your legal advocate, New Orleans employment law attorney Victor R. Farrugia will thoroughly evaluate your situation and give you his straightforward opinion about your case. Whether your circumstances involve the evaluation of a severance agreement, discrimination, sexual harassment, denial of reasonable religious or disability accommodation, wrongful termination, a wage and hour dispute or another employment law issue, Mr. Farrugia will prepare a strong case based on the facts.
A West Point graduate and Vietnam War veteran, Victor Farrugia is an experienced litigator who is equipped to fight for his clients. By preparing each case as though it will proceed to trial, he gains leverage at the negotiation table. While he explores all avenues of dispute resolution, Mr. Farrugia will be fully prepared to advocate for your rights in the courtroom. In his 40 years as a litigator, he has successfully obtained many jury verdicts on behalf of his clients in employment disputes. He also has extensive appellate experience.
Trust him to handle even your most complex employment law issue.
Have you been the victim of age, race, gender, disability, pregnancy or other discrimination? Has your employer wrongfully retaliated against you for engaging in protective activity. Check with this law firm to see if you have engaged in protected activity. Whatever the nature of your situation may be, our firm can help. Call 866-676-0856 or 504-525-0250 to schedule a case evaluation meeting.
In addition to handling employment law cases, our firm represents clients in personal injury claims, medical malpractice lawsuits, and probate or succession matters.