Everyone deserves to work in a place where they are treated with dignity and respect. Federal and state laws prohibit employers from engaging in or allowing harassment and discrimination. If your employer has subjected you to harassment and discrimination, or wrongfully terminated your employment, the law can provide you with justice. In our system, all we have is money justice. Unfortunately, it is impossible to reverse time and put you back in the place you were before suffering from illegal employment practices. But, you should not settle for part justice or some justice; you deserve full justice. It is very difficult to find an attorney who wants to fight for you for full justice; to get you everything you deserve. Luckily, you have come to the right place and we believe in full justice.
Wrongful termination can be extremely stressful. You need to document everything so that we can present your claim with the best evidence available.
Discrimination is an injustice that must be addressed quickly. The best thing to do is immediately consult an attorney who can act quickly on your behalf. You also should preserve your communications with the employer as that will be key evidence in any mediated settlement or trial.
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