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  • Florida Employment Attorney - Abogado de Empleo
  • Attorney: Alberto Naranjo 
  • Email: an@anlawfirm.com
  • Phone: 305-942-8070
  • Fax: 305-328-3884 
  • Mailing Address: 7900 Oak Lane, #400 AN Law, Miami Lakes, FL 33016

AN Law Firm, P.A.

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Employment Law Video 101

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  • After: Text, Email or Fax a copy of your Driver Licence and Last Pay Documents plus complete an intake form. 
  • Not all cases qualify for or accepted on contingency. 

Helping Employees for years!

We have helped hundreds of employees dealing with employment issues such as: 

  • Wrongful terminations
  • Unpaid wages
  • Injuries at work
  • Pregnancy Discrimination
  • Sex Harassment
  • Medical Leave and Accommodations
  • FMLA   
  • Discrimination
  • Retaliation
  • Harassment
  • Separations
  • Contract disputes and negotiations
  • EEOC filings and meditations,
  • Employment lawsuits
  • Investigations, and more! 

Upfront and Trustworthy

  • Florida Employment Lawyer with years of experience in Fort Lauderdale and Miami Dade. Working in Miami and Broward, AN Law Firm, P.A. is familiar with the courts and attorneys throughout South Florida. AN Law Firm, P.A. has the necessary skill to help you resolve your legal problems. 
  • AN Law Firm, P.A. is focused on your success and advocates for clients in Employment Law matters regarding discrimination, harassment, wages, retaliation, injuries, termination, medical leave/accommodations, sex harassment, pregnancy discrimination  and more. 
  • AN Law Firm, P.A. will only contact you if we can help, No haggling, upfront and will work hard to help you get the best possible results!

Practice Areas

Florida Employment Attorney - Video Wrongful Termination 101

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Discrimination is the key to a wrongful termination or harassment case.  Many cases start with the "EEOC Process," Equal Employment Opportunity Commissions which an attorney can help you begin.  So, what is discrimination under the law? It is illegal to treat an employee differently when it comes to any aspect of employment, such as: 

  1. hiring; 
  2. firing;
  3. rate of pay;
  4. benefits;
  5. assignment of work load;
  6. enforcement of company policies;
  7. injury at work or request for benefits; 
  8. and more. 

  • The law protects employees from only certain types of discrimination:   

  1. Pregnancy;
  2. Age;
  3. Disability;
  4. Medical Condition;
  5. National Origin;
  6. Race; 
  7. Color; 
  8. Religion; 
  9. Sex;  
  10. Family and Medical Leave Act;
  11. Medical Leave;
  12. Medical Accommodation Requests; 
  13. Equal Pay; 
  14. Sometimes the discrimination is not so obvious, such as a policy that applies to all employees but has the effect of punishing a certain  group of employees, such as employees over the age of 40, or employees  of a certain race, color, national origin, religion, sex, gender,  disability, etc. 
  15. and more. 

  • The law also protects against wrongful terminations due to: 

  1. Family Medical Leave Act Request;
  2. Unpaid Wages Request;
  3. Workers Compensation benefits requests;
  4. "Whistle-Blower" or complaints about illegal activity that could lead to fines;
  5. Complaints about Discrimination;
  6. Breach of Contract and more!

  • If you are having problems at work, it is best to speak to an attorney before speaking with the company or attempting to correct the issue alone. The law is always changing, and each case is different.

Unpaid Wages or Overtime Pay

Florida Employment Attorney - Helping with Unpaid Wages, Overtime, Last Pay Check Recover and More!  

  • If you work, you should be paid. 
  • Don’t let an employer hold your  last pay check, tips, commissions, change your hours, not pay you overtime pay when you work more than 40 hours in a week, etc. 
  • Generally, most employees are entitled to at least minimum wage plus overtime pay for all hours worked over 40 in a week. 
  • If you are in management, someone that can hire/fire or someone that supervises  employees or sets policies, you might be exempt from these requirements but best to speak to an attorney to make sure as the law is always  changing.    
  • If you are an employee that receives tips, your tips plus wages should at least equal to minimum wage every pay period and your boss should not be taking any  money from a tip pool nor should anyone else that does not regular get tips.    
  • Many times, in unpaid wage cases, you will get the money you are owed plus two times that amount as a penalty plus your attorney fees and costs will be paid by the the company not out of the money that you are owed.    


 Illegal in Florida to take adverse action against an employee if they:

  1.  File a workers compensation claim, i.e [No employer shall discharge, threaten to discharge, intimidate, or coerce any employee by reason of such employee’s valid claim for compensation or attempt to claim compensation under the Workers’ Compensation Law.]; 
  2. Request Unpaid Wages; 
  3. Request Medical Accommodation or Medical Leave or time of work via the Family Medical Leave Act 
  4. Reported, threatened to report or refused to participate in illegal Activity that can lead to government fines, etc. 
    • Disclosed, or threatened to disclose, to any appropriate governmental agency, under oath, in writing, an activity, policy, or practice of the employer that is in violation of a law, rule, or regulation. However, this subsection does not apply unless the employee has, in writing, brought the activity, policy, or practice to the attention of a supervisor or the employer and has afforded the employer a reasonable opportunity to correct the activity, policy, or practice.
    • Provided information to, or testified before, any appropriate governmental agency, person, or entity conducting an investigation, hearing, or inquiry into an alleged violation of a law, rule, or regulation by the employer.
    • Objected to, or refused to participate in, any activity, policy, or practice of the employer which is in violation of a law, rule, or regulation.

Workers Compensation

 Injured at Work?

  1. Your medical bills should be paid 
  2. Your time off work should be paid 
  3. You should not be fired or harassed 

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