Employment Law

Our lawyers at GSA Law vigorously fight for employees whose employers have violated the law and their rights. Based in Huntington, you will find the attorneys at our firm to be highly skilled in employment law with multiple successes at trial. Our representation has resulted in reinstatement and back pay for many individuals.

Most of all, we are sympathetic to your situation, always available to you to answer your questions honestly and openly.

GSA Law offers aggressive, yet compassionate advocacy for employees in these areas:

Wrongful termination

The only way to truly know the strength of your case is to consult with an attorney. At GSA Law, we are "good people that fight for the little guy," as one client said. We offer free initial consultation on employment law cases and promise to give you an honest, accurate view of your legal options and the strength of your case.

Helping You Understand What Constitutes Unlawful Termination

Workplace discrimination is one of the most common reasons we hear from individuals after their company fires them from their position or gives a layoff notice.

Under federal law, you cannot be fired or lose your job based on race, color, national origin, sex, religion, disability, pregnancy and age.

West Virginia and Kentucky have state laws and procedures employees must follow to file a complaint of wrongful termination. Deadlines vary, but our attorneys can help you the most if you contact us as soon as possible.

Sexual Harassment Is Never OK In The Workplace

If a manager or supervisor has treated you unfairly at your current job for not returning sexual advances, contact us to learn about your rights and the steps you can take.

Find Out Whether You Are Owed Damages

Remember, your initial consultation comes at no charge to you. Call GSA Law in Huntington and schedule a time to speak with one of our highly skilled and successful lawyers. Reach us at 304.522.4149 or contact us and learn more about our representation in your rights as an employee, including age discrimination and disability discrimination.


In many cases, negotiating the terms of a severance agreement can lead to a better offer. But those who fail to hire an attorney to review the document quite often are leaving money on the table.

There are several factors to consider in a severance agreement beyond the dollar amount of compensation, such as:

  • Benefits such as health insurance, a pension or 401(k)
  • Unused vacation time or sick leave
  • Terms of the agreement, such as confidentiality or your employment status
  • Vehicles, computers or phones the employer provided you during employment
  • References

Our Firm Is Highly Experienced In Severance Negotiation

The attorneys at GSA Law are highly experienced with a successful track record in employment law. But we also pride ourselves on aggressive, yet compassionate representation for people going through a difficult time.

We realize you are feeling uneasy about your future and providing for yourself and your family. We promise to do all we can to make the transition as easy as possible. A forced resignation or layoff can lead to feelings of insecurity and dismay. Our lawyers will help ensure that your severance package is not only fair and just, but is true to the value you deserve.

Our Review Could Maximize Your Offer

We have helped several individuals increase the offerings from their employer in severance agreements and revise the terms. It's to your benefit to have an attorney review the document. Call GSA Law in Huntington, where we specialize in unlawful termination, at 304.522.4149. You also may contact our firm via email.

Serving clients in West Virginia and Kentucky.

Family and Medical Leave Act violations

Many employees do not realize the full extent of their rights under FMLA. If you suspect your employer may have violated the allowances under the law, contact us for a free consultation and protect your rights.

Discrimination or retaliation cases after a workers' compensation claim

Your right to compensation after an injury should not affect your status at your job.

Wage and hour issues

Federal wage and hour law is vast and complex. If you suspect your employer may have violated your rights under the law, you are probably perplexed about whether you might have a claim. You might also be a little fearful of making waves at your workplace.

GSA Law understands your worries and fears. We pride ourselves on aggressive, yet compassionate advocacy for employees to protect their rights.

Contact us for representation in West Virginia and Kentucky in these matters:

  • Unpaid overtime
  • Off-the-clock work
  • Failure to give meal and rest breaks
  • Misclassification as exempt
  • Split-shift differential claims
  • Wage disputes
  • Failure to pay vacation and personal time
  • Public employee grievances
  • FMLA interference

Whether it is FMLA violations, workers' compensation retaliation or discrimination, our lawyers have a special focus on your rights as an employee. We are willing to litigate and have a proven track record at trial.

Most of all, we are sympathetic to your situation, and always available to you to answer your questions honestly and openly. Our attorneys promise to listen carefully to the details of your case and be upfront and honest about what we can do for you.

Learn About Your Options Today

To speak with a lawyer, call our Huntington office at 304.522.4149. You can also contact us online.

Contact Our Firm For A Free Initial Consultation

Call our Huntington, West Virginia firm at 304.522.4149 for a free consultation in your employment law matter. If you prefer, send our lawyers an email. Our attorneys also have licenses to practice in Ohio and Kentucky.