Industrial Relations Law

If you’re looking for workplace dispute or industrial relations lawyers to help you with a problem at work, Dwyer Law Group has the experience you need.

Jeff and the team provide a range of services and advice to assist workers with their legal issues.

How We Help Workers

Becoming involved in a workplace dispute can be stressful and it’s important to know your legal rights. An unfair work contract, discrimination issues and workers compensation are all examples of where our lawyers can help. If you’re not sure of your rights, how much you should be paid, or other important issues, talk to the experts at Dwyer Law.

Workers can retain our services when it comes to such legal issues as:

  • Renewing your employment agreement
  • Challenging an unfair contract
  • Unfair dismissal
  • Not receiving correct wages or superannuation
  • Workplace Health & Safety and workplace accidents
  • Bullying
  • Discrimination
  • Returning to work and workplace rehabilitation
  • Workplace damages and compensation

Dwyer Law Group is ready to use all of its knowledge to support your claim. We have extensive experience in all aspects of workplace disputes, discrimination and industrial law, including the Occupational Health & Safety Act, the Industrial Relations Act, the Workplace Relations Act and the Fair Work Act.

Our aim is to help you enforce your rights, obtain fair compensation quickly, and settle workplace disputes. We try to do this with as little costly litigation and time wasting as possible.

For a free evaluation, please give us a call and talk to one of our solicitors about how we can best serve your case.

Call Today for Great Legal Advice

We are your comprehensive dispute, industrial relations and discrimination lawyers in Queensland. For a free consultation about your dispute or industrial law claim, please fill out our online form or give us a call at 07 5538 2766.

WHY CHOOSE US?

  • Personalised service from a qualified, experienced lawyer
  • Ability to deliver advice on a range of issues
  • Availability of staff