Racial Discrimination in the Workplace: Know When to Call an Attorney

by | Aug 20, 2018 | Legal Distribution

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While there have been laws established on a state and federal level to prevent companies from discriminating against a person because of their nationality or race. Discrimination in the workplace still exists and unfortunately, some people are subjected to the prejudice of an employer or fellow co-workers. From racial jokes to being denied a promotion, there are various ways that a person is exposed to discrimination at work. If you have filed a claim against a former or current employer that you have been racially or nationally discriminated, you are entitled to having your rights protected. If filing the claim resulted in a wrongful termination from your job, decrease in pay, or being harassed at work. You should immediately contact racial discrimination attorneys in Los Angeles.

What an Attorney Can Do for You

  • They can provide the legal services you require to help protect your job and to force those responsible for the discrimination to be punished.
  • An attorney is familiar with the California Fair Employment & Housing Act and knows how to use the law to protect your rights.
  • Racial discrimination attorneys in Los Angeles can help you obtain a compensation for lost wages, punitive damages, and for emotional distress suffered from the harassment.
  • A lawyer can help other individuals from being discriminated in the workplace by holding the employer responsible for protecting your rights to work in a safe environment.

Call Today for a Free Consultation

If you believe that you have been a victim of national or racial discrimination, the Law Offices of Jual F. Reyes will provide a consultation to determine if you have a legitimate case against a business. Once it is determined you were discriminated against, they will begin the process of gathering the evidence and witnesses they require to support your claim. In addition, filing the necessary documents to start the process of your discrimination claim against your current, past or a potential employer that denied you a position based on your race.

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