Employment discrimination and harassment can happen through the creation of a hostile work environment or the occurrence of an adverse employment action as a result of an employee's reporting of illegal activity. It can consist of improper treatment by an employer or their improperly speaking to or about an employee in a negative manner.
If discrimination or harassment occurs as a result of an employee's membership in a federally protected class, the employee may be able to pursue a legal claim as a result. There are various protected classes, including gender, religion, age, disability and ethnicity. These types of claims can be a challenge to prove as they rely heavily on testimony as opposed to physical evidence, but an employment law attorney can help clients understand the issues.
The attorneys at the Law Offices of Allan A. Sigel provide strategic, experienced support to our clients that are victims of such discrimination or harassment. We are advocates for protecting the employment law rights of our clients. Many of our potential clients may be reluctant to bring their claims forward, but our attorneys create a comfortable atmosphere for them to explain the circumstances of their case. We will immediately investigate our clients' claims, review the facts and provide constant guidance throughout your case.
In addition to explaining the most likely outcome of their discrimination case, we remain available for our clients throughout the duration. It is important to protect employees from discrimination and harassment of all forms and our attorneys are committed to preserving and advocating for these rights.
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