Have you been discriminated against at work? We will fight for you.
Being the victim of discrimination in the workplace can make you feel small and powerless. It can be especially frustrating if your employer doesn’t seem to take your complaint seriously and refuses to do anything about the discrimination you have suffered.
Fortunately for you…
We Take Discrimination Claims Very Seriously
At Fair Cases Law Group, we are serious about protecting your right to fair treatment in the workplace. You can rely on us to explain your legal rights and options under the law, and then help you take action to secure the compensation or benefits you deserve. We have the knowledge and resources required to tackled even the most complex discrimination cases.
Whether your case can be settled in arbitration or mediation with your employer or must be litigated in court, we will fight aggressively to resolve your case as quickly and favorably as possible.
What Qualifies as Employment Discrimination?
It is considered discrimination if an individual is given different treatment than other similarly qualified individuals based purely on their:
- Age (if over 40)
- Sexual orientation
- National origin
- Gender identity and expression
For the purposes of employment discrimination, “different treatment” can involve any decisions related to the terms and conditions of employment. Common examples include:
- Hiring and firing
- Promotion and demotion
- Allocating raises and benefits
- Assigning work and projects
- Negotiating leaves of absence
It is important to remember that employment discrimination isn’t always the result of overt prejudice against a particular group. Seemingly neutral policies can also be considered discriminatory if they have an adverse impact on members of a particular group.
Now You May Wonder…
…What Can I Achieve with a Discrimination Action?
If you have been the victim of workplace discrimination, taking legal action can help you in a variety of ways. First of all, it can help you find a sense of justice in an unfair situation. Secondly, legal action can be used to undo any discriminatory job actions that were taken against you. For example, if you were wrongfully terminated you can ask to be rehired; if you were given unequal pay you can ask for a raise; if you were passed over for training you can ask to be included, etc. Finally, legal action can also be used to seek monetary damages. This is especially helpful in cases where you do not wish to continue working in an environment where workplace discrimination has been tolerated.
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