Listen. Advise. Advocate.

Litigation For Employees Of All Kinds

When an employer does not respect its employees’ rights, it often takes a litigation attorney to stand up for those rights. Attorney Lydia Floyd advocates assertively for the rights of workers throughout Ohio. Because she is also licensed in Illinois and Colorado, Ms. Floyd can represent clients who live or work in these states.

As a seasoned litigator, she has successfully handled cases across a spectrum of practice areas, including employment law. Lydia has represented employees in a wide spectrum of industries including health care, financial services, manufacturing, education, technology for matters including:

  • Contract disputes
  • Unpaid or stolen commissions
  • Employers withholding payment
  • Noncompete disputes
  • Discrimination and harassment
  • Entitlement to benefits
  • Workplace safety violations

With more than 15 years of legal experience, including working for large corporate firms, Ms. Floyd is the attorney to serve you. Whether you are a doctor, teacher, manager, manufacturer or new employee, she understands how to assist you in enforcing your rights in the workplace.

Focused On Your Needs As A Client

What is at the core of Ms. Floyd’s high-caliber representation? It is the belief that her clients’ needs should come first. She believes in listening attentively to the details of your situation. Then, she attacks your problems with a strategy tailored to achieve your goals.

Creative, Cost-Effective Payment Methods

Attorney Floyd understands that money is often a key concern in litigation. That is why she offers alternative fee arrangements. You can prioritize your legal matter without worrying about the heavy burden of expensive fees.

Stand Up For Your Rights – Speak With Attorney Floyd

The world of employment law can seem overwhelming when you are just one person. But when you have a lawyer on your side, you are part of a team. Reach out to Ms. Floyd to get her on your team. Call her office in Rocky River at 216-865-1641 or send her an email to schedule your employment law consultation.