There are laws in place than protect workers from being wrongfully terminated for many different reasons including discrimination.
Employees are protected from discrimination in the workplace, but filing a claim can be difficult. Contact us if you were discriminated against.
If unwelcomed sexual advances are used as the basis of employment decisions, an employer can be held liable for sexual harassment.
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Speak with an experienced civil rights attorney to learn about your legal options if you believe you are a victim of police misconduct.
The 14th Amendment protects civilians from being wrongfully deprived of their freedom.
Employees who violate the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) can be held accountable for their actions. Learn about your options today.
Employers and co-workers are not permitted to discriminate against employees or applicants who have a disability.
The law requires employers to compensate employees fairly for working overtime. It is unlawful for an employer to not abide.
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