Dedicated To Protecting Rights Of Employees And The Injured

The offices of Jake Modla Law, PLLC, opened its doors with a single purpose: to offer legal protection to employees involved in disputes with their employers. Today, the firm also represents people injured in accidents in traffic, at work and in other situations.

Workers are often mistreated and exploited. In white collar and blue collar industries alike, individuals endure unsafe and uncomfortable working environments to avoid risking the loss of their jobs. They expose themselves to sexual harassment, workplace discrimination, and violations of wage and hour laws. When they are fired, they often feel they have no recourse.

People injured in car crashes or on the job often face an uphill climb when they seek the compensation they need to cover medical bills and lost wage replacement.

Based in Charlotte and Rock Hill, and serving throughout North Carolina and South Carolina, the firm provides help to individuals whose employers have taken advantage of them.

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We Understand Both Sides Of Employment Law

Jake Modla has practiced employment law for more than 25 years. He spent nearly a decade working as in-house counsel for a national retail chain. He has served in private practice defending employers against claims of workplace violations. He has developed a uniquely familiar understanding of how employers and their lawyers approach employment law issues.

Now, Jake puts his knowledge to use representing employees.

Legal Counsel For Both White Collar And Blue Collar Workers

We have extensive experience negotiating with insurance companies and opposing counsel, and understand how to achieve favorable results for our clients. We are adept in mediation and propose this as a cost-effective means to find resolution in disputes. Yet when a situation warrants it, we will be fully prepared to try matters in court.

Holding Responsible Parties Accountable In Injury Cases

After a car accident or a slip-and-fall injury, you deserve to know how the accident happened. When someone else was negligent, that person or entity has a duty to compensate you for your injuries and losses. After a workplace accident, you are likely eligible for workers' compensation without a need to prove your employer was to blame.

A Legacy Of Service In North Carolina And South Carolina

If you would like to speak with an attorney, reach out to us. You can call our offices at 980-228-9984 or 803-792-4774 or arrange an appointment through our online form.