Employment Case Results

Ben Stringer represented two women fired from their employer in retaliation for their complaints of sexual harassment. The case settled for $325,000.

Ben Stringer represented a young man who was the target of represented racial insults and slurs at his workplace. The case settled for $200,000.

Ben Stringer and Tim Ricker represented a woman who received inappropriate messages from a manager. She ultimately resigned her employment and claimed a constructive discharge because she could not stand to be around the manager any longer. With our attorneys' help, the client received a favorable confidential settlement before suit was filed.

Ben Stringer and Tim Ricker represented an individual who was in treatment for alcoholism. After the employee returned to work the employer terminated the employee. Our attorneys argued that the termination was due to the employer's perception of a disability related to the alcoholism. After suit was filed, the client received a favorable confidential settlement.

Ben Stringer and Tim Ricker represented a man of Asian descent who was being harassed at work and was forced to resign. The company filed a Motion for summary judgment arguing the employee could not obtain relief under current Missouri law. After our attorneys defeated the motion, the client received a favorable confidential settlement.

Ben Stringer and Tim Ricker represented an African American descent who was being harassed at work. He encountered a number of racial slurs and derogatory comments over his years with company. Ultimately, after he complained of harassment and supported a co-worker in coming forward to end the harassment, the client was terminated. With the help of our discrimination attorneys, the client received a favorable confidential settlement before suit was filed.

Ben Stringer and Tim Ricker represented a woman who was terminated shortly after reporting a theft from the healthcare company she worked for. The employer removed the case to federal court, but Ben Stringer and Tim Ricker were able to have the case remanded to state court. Ultimately, the woman was compensated in the form of a confidential settlement.

Ben Stringer and Tim Ricker represented a young pregnant woman who was terminated after her employer learned of her pregnancy. Our attorneys were able to obtain a positive confidential settlement prior to filing suit.

Ben Stringer and Tim Ricker represented a woman who was about to be terminated from her employment by a rouge manager engaging in questionable activities. Our attorneys were able to assist the employee in reporting the manager's behavior thereby opening the lines of communication with others in management. Through our attorneys' quick action, the employee was able to preserve her job.

Ben Stringer and Tim Ricker represented two government employees who were terminated due to their electoral activities. Our attorneys argued the terminations violated the employees' First Amendment rights. After defeating two summary judgment motions in Federal Court, our attorneys were able to obtain confidential settlements for both employees

Ben Stinger and Tim Ricker represented a woman who was terminated when she was in the process of making a protected report to state health authorities. The woman obtained a confidential settlement despite the employer's insistence it did not violate the law.

Ben Stringer and Tim Ricker assisted a woman in filing a charge of discrimination after derogatory graffiti was drawn about her at work. After her charge had been filed, the woman's employer terminated her employment. After litigating the case against our attorneys, the employer agreed to pay the employee a confidential settlement.

Ben Stringer and Tim Ricker represented a woman who was improperly touched by a managerial co-worker. The woman, feeling uncomfortable at work, resigned her employment and claimed a constructive discharge. She received a confidential settlement prior to trial.

Ben Stringer and Tim Ricker represented a man terminated shortly after being injured at work. Claiming disability discrimination and workers' compensation retaliation, our attorneys were able to obtain a confidential settlement for the client before suit was filed.

Ben Stinger and Tim Ricker represented a man who was terminated after filing a workers' compensation claim. The employer settled the employee's claim just after suit was filed.

Ben Stringer and Tim Ricker represented a state licensed healthcare worker who was terminated after refusing his employer's illegal request to perform work in another state. The case ultimately resolved in a confidential settlement.

Ben Stinger and Tim Ricker represented a woman who was terminated after engaging in behavior protected by the National Labor Relations Act. The NLRB ruled the woman was entitled to reinstatement with the company. Rather than taking the woman back to work, the employer agreed to a confidential settlement.

Tim Ricker represented a woman who was terminated after refusing to violate the terms of her healthcare licensure. The case resolved at mediation before suit was filed.

Ben Stringer represented a woman in an FMLA retaliation case which resulted in a confidential settlement.

Ben Stringer and Tim Ricker helped an employee obtain disability benefits from his government employer.

Ben Stringer and Tim Ricker helped an employee receive a favorable confidential settlement after she was terminated for refusing to violate state law related to how employees are paid.

Ben Stringer and Tim Ricker represented a young woman who was inappropriately touched by a manager at a retail location. The case resulted in a confidential settlement before suit was filed.

Ben Stringer and Tim Ricker represented a woman who endured many years of sexual comments by management. After she complained and was terminated, our attorneys assisted the woman by helping her obtain a confidential settlement before suit was filed.

Ben Stringer and Tim Ricker represented an employee who was subjected to a hostile work environment but continued to work for the employer through the litigation. The woman ultimately received a favorable confidential settlement.

Ben Stringer and Tim Ricker successfully obtained a confidential settlement for a man who was terminated after complaining his employer had improperly deducted pay for absences even through the man was a salaried employee.

Ben Stringer and Tim Ricker have both assisted numerous employees in negotiating favorable terms to severance packages.

**Past results afford no guarantee of future results. Every case is different and must be judged on its own merits.