Employee Rights Litigation For Los Angeles County And The San Fernando Valley
Under the federal Civil Rights Act and subsequent amendments over the years, it is illegal for an employer to harass an employee or discriminate against a job applicant or worker on the basis of race, skin color or ethnic origin. If you work for a company in Southern California and have faced harassment or discriminatory practices on the job, you are entitled to file a lawsuit to seek a satisfactory resolution.
It’s not easy to file a complaint, but your employer won’t stop the discrimination.
We know it is not always easy to bring a complaint against your employer, but businesses that commit any kind of employment discrimination are in violation of state and federal law and must be held accountable.
Call Jay S. Rothman & Associates to discuss the circumstances of your race discrimination case. We will explain the law and help you understand your options for taking legal action if your case warrants. From offices in Woodland Hills, our lawyers provide legal advice and representation for clients in communities throughout Los Angeles County and the San Fernando Valley in Southern California. If you feel your workplace rights may have been violated, call 818-986-7870 or contact us by email to arrange a free consultation with an experienced Los Angeles attorney handling race harassment cases today.
Our attorneys have more than 50 years of combined experience aggressively standing up for the rights of individuals who have experienced discrimination in the workplace.
We accept cases in which discrimination has occurred on the basis of several protected classifications, including:
- Race, ethnicity and national origin
- Religious beliefs or affiliation
- Membership in a cultural minority group
- Membership in a political party
Were You Fired Because You Complained?
You have the right to stand up to protect your civil rights in the workplace. If you filed a complaint about harassment or discrimination and you were fired in retaliation, you have a right to pursue a lawsuit for wrongful termination. If your employer has created a hostile work environment in an effort to force you to quit, you may be the target of an illegal practice called constructive discharge. Talk to us about your circumstances.
San Fernando Valley Attorneys Handling Color And Ethnicity Harassment Cases
Get the legal help you need to protect your employee rights. Call 818-986-7870. You may also use our contact form to submit an email regarding your case. We offer a free consultation, and we advance all costs of investigating, preparing and litigating your case.