There’s nothing good about being the victim of discrimination at work. It often leads to feelings of powerlessness and fear. If your employer doesn’t seem to take your complaint serious or hasn’t done anything about it, then it may be time to contact an employment discrimination attorney. At The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker, we can help you from start to finish. Read on to learn more about these cases and then reach out at 800-333-0000 for a free legal consultation.

You can count on us to take your discrimination very seriously

When you work with The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker, you will quickly realize that we are very serious about protecting the rights of employees. We will start by going over the law and explaining your legal rights to you. We can then discuss the options you have and will be there to take action based on the way you want to proceed. If you deserve compensation or benefits from what’s happened to you, then we will use the full power of our knowledge and resources to take on the case.

In some cases, we’ll take the case to court and fight it aggressively in front of a judge. In other instances, it may be best settled in arbitration or in mediation. Either way, you can count on The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker to have one priority: What’s best for you.

Employment discrimination can take many forms

Simply put, employment discrimination exists when one person is given different treatment than another person with the same qualifications based only on their gender, race, age (if they’re 40 or older), religion, disability, pregnancy, sexual orientation, ethnicity, national origin, or gender identity and expression.

When we use the phrase “different treatment,” we are referring to any decision that’s related to a person’s conditions and terms of employment. Some of the most common examples including the assignment of work and projects, being hired or fired, getting raises or benefits, being promoted or demoted, or negotiating a leave of absence.

What you can expect from discrimination action

When a person is the victim of discrimination in the workplace, taking legal action can help them in numerous ways. It can help them to have a sense that justice has been done. It can undo the discriminatory job actions that happened. One example is when a person is wrongfully terminated and is then rehired due to a discrimination lawsuit. When a person doesn’t have equal pay, they could get a raise, or if a person was passed over for training they could then get that training.

These lawsuits can often come with monetary compensation. This is often the case when there’s no remedy within the company. For example, if a person was unfairly fired then they may not want to return to their job. No matter what the situation is, one thing is clear: You need the best attorney to help you. At The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker we are standing by and looking forward to talking to you. Contact us at 800-333-0000 for a free legal consultation.