Being a victim of workplace discrimination is a terrible experience. It frequently results in emotions of helplessness and fear. If your company doesn’t seem to be taking your complaint seriously or hasn’t taken any action, it’s time to speak with an employment discrimination lawyer. We can assist you from beginning to end at DLC Law. Read on to learn more about these instances, and then contact us for a free legal consultation at (626) 285-8815.
You may rely on us to treat your discrimination with the utmost seriousness
When you deal with DLC Law, you will immediately see how serious we are about preserving employee rights. We’ll begin by reviewing the legislation and discussing your legal rights. We can then talk about your alternatives and be ready to take action if you decide to go that route. If you are entitled to compensation or benefits as a result of what has occurred to you, we will use all of our experience and resources to pursue your case.
In some circumstances, we’ll go to court and fight the matter forcefully in front of a judge. In other cases, arbitration or mediation may be the best option. In any case, you can depend on DLC Law to put your interests first.
Discrimination in the workplace can take various forms
Simply put, employment discrimination occurs when one person with the same qualifications is treated differently than another based solely 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 say “different treatment,” we’re talking to any choice that has to do with a person’s working circumstances and terms. Assignment of work and projects, being employed or dismissed, receiving increases or perks, being promoted or degraded, or arranging a leave of absence are some of the most prevalent examples.
What to anticipate from a discrimination lawsuit
When a person is the victim of employment discrimination, taking legal action can benefit them in a variety of ways. It might give them the feeling that justice has been served. It has the ability to reverse the discriminatory work actions that have occurred. When a person is wrongly let go and later rehired as a result of a discrimination case, this is an example. If a person does not get equal compensation, they may be given a raise, or if a person has been passed over for training, they may be given it.
These cases are frequently accompanied with monetary recompense. When there isn’t a solution within the firm, this is frequently the case. For example, if someone was dismissed wrongfully, they may not want to return to work. Whatever the case, one thing is certain: you need the greatest employment law attorney on your side. We are standing by at DLC Law and want to speak with you. For a free legal consultation, call (626) 285-8815.