Employees have the right to be treated fairly in the workplace and there are specific laws put in place that protect those most likely to face discrimination. When hiring, firing, or job promotions are based on factors such as an employee’s race, nationality, and gender or are influenced by disabilities the employee has, Valiant Law provides the legal representation needed to hold these employers accountable. Our Los Angeles discrimination attorneys act as champions for employee rights. Our legal team has decades worth of practical knowledge and experience to help defend and protect your interests on the job.
Despite state and federal laws meant to discourage and prevent discrimination in the workplace, employees continue to find themselves in these types of situations. According to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), discriminatory actions are prohibited in every area of employment, including the following:
If you suspect discrimination in any of the above situations, our Los Angeles discrimination attorneys at Valiant Law are here to help. Employers who engage in discriminatory practices can be subject to civil lawsuits, requiring them to pay compensation for lost wages, benefits, and other losses the employee suffered.
In Los Angeles, discrimination is prohibited under both federal and state rules and regulations. The California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) enforces anti-discrimination laws in our area. These laws prevent discrimination against employees and workers based on the following:
If you suspect an employer of discriminatory practices, Valiant Law can provide the professional legal representation needed to defend yourself and your job. Reach out and contact our Los Angeles discrimination attorneys to request a consultation to discuss your specific situation, your legal rights, and how we can help you today.
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