Labor Day celebrates workers and is observed in the US on the first Monday of every September. It was officially recognized by the US government in 1894 at the insistence of the labor movement of the day and is intended to celebrate the contributions workers have made to the country’s prosperity. Many industries close in observance of the holiday, many retail companies remain open and promote sales, which is why Labor day is associated with car and mattress sales for many people.
The Law Offices of Scott Warmuth fights for the rights of workers all year long by helping injured workers pursue workers’ compensation benefits and pursuing companies that illegally discriminate and underpay their employees. This Labor Day, our law firm will renew its dedication to the health and the well-being of the clients who place their utmost trust in us to help them pursue justice.
We hope you’ve enjoyed your Labor Day weekend! Our offices are closed today to honor our own dedicated staff. If you are a worker and have had your rights violated by your employer, please contact us for a free consultation.