Business & Employment Attorney Serving Savannah, Georgia
Savannah is one of the most beautiful cities in the world, and one of the most historic cities in the state of Georgia. Savannah is alive with great food, culture, and history. People work in the restaurant business, tourism, hotels, transportation, and shops, in addition to the port, industry (Chatham County has over 250 manufacturing facilities), and health care.
No matter how great a place Savannah may be to work, though, there may be times when you find yourself in need of an attorney to resolve a variety of disputes, including employment and business conflicts. At Buckley Beal, we focus our practice areas on business law and employment law. In fact, we have grown to become one of the largest and more experienced firms in the Savannah arear.
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Call (404) 781-1100 to get in touch with our attorneys.
Fighting to Protect Your Rights
In the workplace and in the business world, knowing your rights is important. If your employer has violated labor laws or your rights in the workplace, you have a right to sue for damages with the help of a Marietta employment attorney. Likewise, if a business partner breached the terms of your contract or if you have been the victim of business fraud, it is important that you contact a Marietta business lawyer. Our team at Buckley Beal is prepared to aggressively protect your rights no matter what.
If you have any questions about you legal rights at your job or as a business owner, don't hesitate to reach out to our firm. We can go over your options with you and answer any questions you have.
Contact our attorneys today by calling (404) 781-1100.
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