Workplace Violence Lawyers In Minnesota

You don’t expect to suffer violence at the hands of a fellow employee or a visitor to your workplace. But all too often, employees are subject to physical violence, threats, harassment or bullying.

Your employer, and in some cases other parties, such as the owner of the building where you work, have a responsibility to maintain safe premises. When they do not do so and an employee suffers significant harm, that person has a right to claim compensation for medical costs, lost income, and pain and suffering. If you have been injured, harassed or bullied while on the job, you should obtain legal advice as soon as possible.

You Have A Right To Be Free From Workplace Violence

Our attorneys at Villaume & Schiek, P.A., in Bloomington, have extensive experience in cases involving workplace violence, harassment and school violence cases. As strong advocates, we work to obtain full compensation and justice for people who have suffered physical or psychological harm while on the job or while traveling for business purposes.

We provide results-oriented representation in cases involving:

  • Assaults by employees, suppliers, customers and other parties
  • Failure to provide adequate security measures
  • Failure to properly screen employees with criminal records or histories of violent behavior
  • Workplace harassment, including stalking
  • Tolerance by management of harassing, threatening or intimidating behavior
  • Electronic harassment (social media)
  • Other types of workplace violence and harassment

In your case, our workplace violence lawyers will undertake a comprehensive examination of the event or behavior in question. We will assign liability to all responsible parties, who could include your employer, the building owner, the perpetrator or perpetrators of the violence, and other parties. Villaume & Schiek, P.A., will work diligently to build a strong and successful case, designed to obtain compensation and justice for you.

Contact Villaume & Schiek, P.A., to schedule a free consultation with a workplace violence attorney in Minnesota.