If you have been discriminated against at work, we will fight for your rights.
When you feel you have been subjected to discriminatory treatment in the workplace, it can be extremely frustrating to encounter indifference or even hostility on the part of your employer or their HR staff. You may wonder where you can turn for help from someone who will take your complaint seriously.
Fortunately for you…
Our Attorneys Take Discrimination Claims Very Seriously
At The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker, we are passionate about helping victims of workplace discrimination understand their rights and options under the law. In cooperation with one of southern California’s largest and most successful employment law firms, Perona, Langer, Beck, Serbin and Harrison, we will help you document incidents of discrimination and then use this evidence to build the strongest possible case against you employer.
Most employment discrimination cases can be resolved relatively quickly in arbitration or mediation with your employer. However, we can and will litigate your case in court if necessary.
What Qualifies as Employment Discrimination?
When employees with similar experience and qualifications are treated differently based on their membership in a protected group, this is discrimination. Employment discrimination may be based on:
- Age (if over 40)
- Sexual orientation
- National origin
- Gender identity and expression
Common examples of employment decisions that may be motivated by discrimination include:
- Hiring and firing
- Promotion and demotion
- Allocating raises and benefits
- Assigning work and projects
- Negotiating leaves of absence
A decision does not have to be based on a specific prejudice in order to be considered discriminatory. Seemingly neutral policies can also provide grounds for a discrimination claim when they end up having a disproportionate negative impact on members of a particular protected group.
Now You May Wonder…
…What Can I Achieve with a Discrimination Action?
There are three main things you can achieve with an employment discrimination complaint. First of all, you can get a sense of justice by holding your employer legally accountable for the mistreatment they have allowed. Secondly, you can seek monetary compensation for your suffering. Finally, if you have been subject to any adverse job actions, you can seek to get those actions reversed. For example, if you have been given unequal pay you could request a raise plus back pay. If you were fired you could ask to be rehired.
Why Choose The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker?
- We’ve won millions of dollars for our clients
- Our alliance with PLBSH gives us access to ample resources for even the most complicated cases
- You don’t pay any legal fees unless we win your case
Call Now for Your Free, Confidential Consultation
Unsure if the mistreatment you have experienced at work meets the legal definition of discrimination? The best way to find out is to request a free, no-obligation consultation with The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker. Simply submit your case online for a call back, or else call us at 800-333-0000.