Personalized Service ♦ Experienced Representation

I offer personalized service backed by years of experience representing employees and disabled workers.


Representing Workers Throughout Southern Illinois

When I decided to found my own law office in Belleville, I wanted to build a practice that would benefit the people of St. Clair County and surrounding Southern Illinois. When I examined the legal services offered in the area, I found a deficiency in the number of employment law attorneys representing employees. I felt the region’s workers would benefit from a law office dedicated to protecting their rights, leading me to establish Pelc Law Office.

Today, I offer legal representation to employees forced to endure a wide range of illegal and unfair employment practices. In addition, I also offer assistance to disabled workers who need help pursuing Social Security Disability benefits.Whether you are the victim of a violation of your rights as an employee or you need help pursuing the SSDI benefits to which you are entitled, you can turn to Pelc Law Office for assistance. Call 618-234-6199 to schedule an initial consultation with me to discuss your situation.

Protecting Employees’ Rights

Since my law office’s doors first opened, I have dedicated the majority of my practice to protecting the rights of employees who have endured unlawful employment practices. I offer representation and support for a wide range of matters, including problems related to the following:

  • Discrimination
  • Harassment, including sexual harassment
  • Wrongful termination
  • Family and Medical Leave Act violations
  • Whistleblowing
  • Retaliation
  • Unemployment compensation
  • Review and negotiations of severance agreements


Supporting Disabled Workers

In addition to my primary employment law practice, I also represent disabled workers pursuing Social Security Disability benefits. I know how confusing and stressful the application and appeal processes are, and I work to simplify them for my clients. I represent disabled workers during the application process and during the Social Security Administration appeal process for those who have received denials of benefits.

In addition to helping clients with their initial applications, we also assist clients who have received denials of benefits. The appeals process is as complex, if not more so, than the initial application process, making the help of an experienced attorney beneficial.