Call
Email
Menu

Our Legal Practice Areas

Why Choose Us

Our experienced employment lawyers are here to fight for your rights, including to be fully and properly paid the wages and overtime you have worked hard to earn, to be free from discrimination or retaliation, and to receive proper and fair treatment under federal and applicable state laws.

Top Employment Law Firm Columbus Ohio
Best Law Practices

Our employment law firm will work relentlessly and zealously to represent your interests and successfully recover compensation while exercising best practices.

Efficiency & Trusted Employment Lawyers
Efficiency & Trust

We dedicate the time with our clients to understand their goals and we work tirelessly on their behalf and with our adversaries to efficiently resolve disputes.

Excellence In Ohio And Nationwide
Excellence In Ohio And Nationwide

Our employment attorneys have represented employees in disputes in Ohio and nationwide and recovered significant monetary damages due to them. No dispute is too large.

Responsive Employment Lawyers in Columbus Ohio
Responsive Employment Attorneys

Our goal is respond to all inquiries from clients and potential clients in a timely manner to ensure that our clients' and potential clients' concerns are addressed.

Columbus, Ohio Employment Attorneys

Dedicated, Passionate, Responsive Employment Attorneys and Overtime Lawyers

Our employment attorneys will assist with most employment disputes. Our overtime lawyers are experienced in handling large and small unpaid wage and unpaid overtime disputes. Coffman Legal is a Columbus law firm serving workers in Ohio statewide who have been mistreated by their employer through wage and hour violations, employment discrimination and harassment, or other abuses. We also regularly assist employees outside of Ohio with wage and overtime disputes. If your wages or overtime have gone unpaid, or if you were discriminated on the basis of disability, pregnancy or other protected factors, Columbus Ohio employment lawyers & overtime attorneys Matthew Coffman, Adam Gedling, and Kelsie Hendren will fight to protect you, uphold your rights and make sure you are fully compensated for the harm done to you. You will find our firm to be very responsive to your needs and guide you throughout the process of recovering money damages for wage and hour violations, discrimination and other employment injuries.

Excelling in Columbus Ohio overtime and wage & hour disputes

Coffman Legal is a small law firm by most measures, yet it’s been said that our office generates the most unpaid wage and hour or overtime case filings in Columbus and is among the top five in Ohio. We frequently prosecute cases involving thousands of employees, and we recently settled a FLSA collective action with over 14,000 potential class members. What’s our secret? We are very good at what we do, we work extremely hard for our clients, and we take on the large corporations and the large law firms behind them. We are a small firm with big results.

Protection from all forms of discrimination or mistreatment at work

Federal and Ohio laws prohibit employers from discriminating against job applicants or employees based on protected characteristics such as age, race, religion, sex/gender, disability, LGBT, military status, or pregnancy. The laws prohibit any adverse employment actions, up to and including failure to hire or wrongful termination. Employers will rarely reveal their discriminatory motives when they make employment decisions. Our Columbus Ohio employment discrimination attorneys use their extensive knowledge and years of experience to uncover and prove discrimination.

Get help with employment, overtime and wage & hour disputes in Ohio and elsewhere

If you are being abused or treated unfairly at work, call our office for a free consultation with an employment attorney. We’ll let you know if we think you have a case and how we can help you. We take cases on a contingency fee basis, meaning our fees are generally based on the size of the monetary award we obtain for you or they are otherwise paid from the employer directly. If we aren’t successful, then you don’t pay. Also, many employment laws allow us to recover our fees from the other party, enabling you to keep most, if not all, of your damages award. Call our Columbus Ohio overtime attorneys and employment lawyers at 614-949-1181, or contact us online to schedule your free consultation, and get started today holding your employer accountable for their harmful mistakes and illegal acts. We fight for your rights to proper pay and employment consistent with state and federal laws.

Frequently Asked Questions

There are a lot of factors that affect how quickly employment & discrimination cases are resolved. In some situations, employment cases are settled before a lawsuit is filed. The parties can mediate employment disputes with the EEOC or through private mediation. In other situations, settlements occur only after a lawsuit has been filed and litigated for a significant time. Our employment attorneys will work to resolve your claims expeditiously, but only to the extent that your employer is reasonable.

Our firm offers free consultations and will do so promptly. A free consultation varies in length depending on what we learn during the consultation. Our detailed consultations are almost always performed by an employment attorney who will gather comprehensive details about your employment to identify if there are any bases for taking action against your employer. Once a consultation is complete, we will let prospective clients know of any issues we see as potential claims for legal action against their employers.

We generally represent clients on contingency fees – meaning we do not receive any compensation unless we recover money. Individuals who have suffered a workplace issue are generally without employment or have otherwise not been fully compensated. The vast majority of the employment laws provide for the recovery of attorneys’ fees and costs to ensure that employees receive competent representation regardless of their ability to afford an employment attorney. This allows us to provide diligent represent individuals who may not otherwise be able to afford costly legal representation.

You won’t know until you have a free consultation with one of our employment attorneys. Our employment attorneys are here to speak with you and to provide a comprehensive consultation to determine if you were wrongfully terminated, among other things. During a consultation our employment lawyers will gather certain details of your employment to determine whether we believe that you were terminated for an unlawful reason, such as employment discrimination, retaliation, or some other basis.

All non-exempt employees are entitled to overtime pay when they work over 40 hours in any workweek. By default, all employees are entitled to overtime unless they are exempt, which your employer must prove. If you are working over 40 hours in a week and not receiving overtime compensation, you should contact our experienced overtime lawyers. We regularly litigate all aspects of unpaid overtime disputes on an individual or collective basis, including overtime cases involving hundreds or thousands of employees.

Contact Us

+ =

What Our Clients Say