No one wants to deal with discrimination at work. It’s hurtful emotionally, and it can be harmful to their career prospects. It’s nearly impossible to get ahead in a workplace where others are constantly putting you down.
Employee Discrimination And Your Rights
The Law Offices of Mauro Fiore, Jr., is committed to helping employees who have been victims of discrimination. We will take a stand against your employer by helping you file a discrimination claim to stop this illegal behavior and to make sure you are fairly compensated for your suffering.
You have rights in the workplace. If you believe you have been or are being discriminated against by your employer, call our law firm to see how we can help you.
California and federal laws prohibit employers from discriminating against employees protected under certain classes. Strong legal representation is necessary in discrimination claims because employers will often fight back against allegations of discrimination to protect their reputation, image and finances. Our lawyers have more than 15 years of experience handling employment discrimination claims on behalf of employees. Let us fight for you.
Representing Victims Of All Types Of Discrimination
Our team represents employees in throughout the Los Angeles area and Southern California in discrimination claims involving:
- Race discrimination
- Sex or gender discrimination
- Disability discrimination
- Religious discrimination
- National origin discrimination
- Pregnancy discrimination
We will evaluate the facts of your case and apply our knowledge of state and federal protections to determine what legal action we can take against your employer. Our attorneys are known for providing aggressive representation, and we are determined to find a resolution that protects your rights and your future.
Do You Have A Case? Contact Us To Find Out.
Discrimination in the workplace is illegal. Contact us online or call 866-262-3670to arrange a free, no-obligation consultation with our law firm. All of our employees are bilingual in English and Spanish, and we are available for evening or weekend appointments upon request.
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