Employment Discrimination is a Serious Issue: Choose an Attorney Who Takes It Seriously

Those who have never experienced discrimination in their workplace have no idea how small and powerless it can make a person feel. They have no idea how frustrating it can be to not know where to turn, or to have an employer turn a blind eye and not take the case seriously. At The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker we know how serious employment discrimination is and we can help you fight it.

You can trust us to take your case seriously

At The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker we take these cases seriously and we believe it is of the utmost importance to fight for everyone’s fair treatment in their workplace. We will begin by analyzing your case, looking at your legal rights, and offering you information on all the options available under the lawn. If you decide to take action, then we will be there to help you secure fair and full compensation or benefits.

We take these employment law cases so seriously that we work with one of the largest and most successful employment law firms in Southern California: Perona, Langer, Beck, and Harrison.

There may be many ways to settle your case

Depending on the specific type of harassment case you have, how much evidence you have, and what your employer does in response to your claim, there may be a number of ways to settle your case. It may involve arbitration or mediation, in which case we will be there to ensure your rights are respected. We may take your case to court. If that’s the case, then you can count on us fighting aggressively to get your case taken care of as favorably as possible as quickly as we can.

Many types of treatment may qualify as employment discrimination

According to California law, discrimination occurs if a person is treated differently than another similarly qualified employee simply because of:

  • Their gender
  • Their national origin
  • Their race
  • Their disability
  • The fact that they are over the age of 40
  • Their religion
  • Their sexual orientation
  • Their gender identity and expression
  • The fact that they are pregnant
  • Their ethnicity

The next question many people have is what qualifies as “different treatment.” The law says it covers any decision that relates to the terms and conditions of employment. Some examples of this include:

  • Hiring and firing
  • Promotion and demotion
  • Allocating raises and benefits
  • Assigning work and projects
  • Negotiating leaves of absence

Remember that employment discrimination does not have to involve overt prejudice against a particular group. Even policies that seem neutral can be discriminatory if they have a negative impact on members of certain groups.

Now is the time to call for help

If you believe you have been the victim of workplace discrimination then we urge you to contact The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker at 800-333-0000 as soon as possible. Our first step is to provide a free legal consultation in which you will find out what your options are. If we decide to move forward then you will not pay legal fees until we win your case. Reach out now and let us find the solution that will work for you.