Workers often contact me, wanting to know if they have a good employment-law “case”. Every situation is different, and this blog post can’t say if you have a good potential case. However, there are some general factors that are usually present with good employment cases.
A very good attorney I know, Avi Berk, told me a good analogy for what makes a good case.
A good case, Avi said, is like a stool. A stool has to have three legs. If even one of the legs is missing, the stool falls over and there is no case (regardless how strong the other two legs may be).
Here are the three stool-legs that support good employment law claims.