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I filed a disability discrimination with EEOC and EEOC schedule a Fact Finding Conference. I didn't know where to turn and was overwhelmed trying to address the matter myself. I searched and searched for a lawyer but either they would not help me or they were too expensive. I finally found David Kotwicki. David immediately saw what was happening to me was unlawful, David was empathetic, compassionate, and supportive. From my first meeting with Mr. Kotwicki I knew I could trust him, he was attentive and concerned about me as a person as well as my case.
Mr. Kotwicki was able to negotiated a monetary settlement for me and negotiated other benefits for me such as health insurance. If I went to the EEOC's Fact Finding Conference without Mr. Kotwicki I would of walked out of there with absolutely nothing, not even a job. I would definitely recommend David Kotwicki to anyone and everyone. I was 100% satisfied with Mr. Kotwicki service and advocacy. When you meet David Kotwicki you will see immediately that he's knowledgeable and an experienced lawyer. Mr. Kotwicki will work to protect your rights and get you the compensation you deserve.
My government career was at stake. I am a disabled veteran and the government tried to terminate me for reasons other than work performance. I was an exceptional performer according to them, but they did not like some of my conduct. It was difficult to find a lawyer who was not afraid to assess a case against the government. Dave Kotwicki did NOT BACK DOWN. If it means anything at all, after calling many lawyers, Mr. Kotwicki took my case on a friday afternoon while I was suspended from work. He spent his entire weekend looking through stacks of papers from my employment history and notes. On monday morning he met me at his office with the full story written up in a summary. I was very impressed. He had prepared his argument to negotiate my rights back with my employer and in the end, he WON. I have my job and the hostile work environment is gone.
I appealed the termination decision and it was reversed. I immediately made some complaints to the labor board and to my supervisors. They did nothing about my complaints. I was then presented with an unlawful last chance agreement asking me to waive my rights to any formal complaint against the government in return for my job. Mr. Kotwicki was not having that. My employer was asking me to waive all of my rights past and future against them. A very tough situation, Mr. Kotwicki was not afraid to negotiate with the government attorney. To say the least, I still have my career and my employer is afraid to even look at me. Mr. Kotwicki made a proposal to the government on my behalf that preserved my future rights to fight them if they tried to do anything in the future. I am very impressed. My work environment has improved drastically. My employer, supervisors, and co-workers treat me with respect but know that I mean business thanks to Mr. Kotwicki. I cannot thank him enough for not being afraid to fight for what is right. When the government gave me my career back, Mr. Kotwicki gave me his complete dedication to watch them from the background and make sure that they do not take my rights away in the future. I can actually work without being afraid of losing my career. Thank You! My words of advice. You may not agree with Mr. Kotwicki at first, as I wanted to just pursue a lawsuit, but Mr. Kotwicki has your best interests in mind with every word he speaks. Take it from me. I still have my job and if I ever have a problem again, I will know where to turn.