Have you been discriminated against at work? We will fight for you.
Despite the atmosphere of political correctness that pervades much of America, workplace discrimination is still a very real problem. Unfortunately, sometimes the victims of discrimination find that their employer isn’t taking their situation seriously--perhaps because they don’t want to believe discrimination is happening at their company.
Fortunately for you…
We Take Discrimination Claims Very Seriously
The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker will never try to downplay your suffering. Instead, we take allegations of workplace discrimination very seriously. We’ll help you document the discrimination and take legal action against your employer. We are able to provide truly superior advice and representation to our clients because we have partnered with one of southern California’s largest and most successful employment law firms, Perona, Langer, Beck, Serbin and Harrison.
Whenever possible, we strive to resolve discrimination cases in negotiations with your employer, as this will provide a faster resolution to the matter. However, we can also assist with discrimination lawsuits when necessary.
What Qualifies as Employment Discrimination?
Any workplace decisions based purely on one of the following protected characteristics can be considered discrimination:
- Age (if over 40)
- Sexual orientation
- National origin
- Gender identity and expression
Discrimination most often manifests itself in decisions related to the terms and conditions of employment, such as:
- Hiring and firing
- Promotion and demotion
- Allocating raises and benefits
- Assigning work and projects
- Negotiating leaves of absence
Policies and job actions do not have to be fueled by overt prejudice in order to be discriminatory. Even seemingly neutral polices can be discriminatory if they end up having a disproportionate adverse impact on members of a particular protected group.
Now You May Wonder…
…What Can I Achieve with a Discrimination Action?
Taking legal action against an employer who has engaged in workplace discrimination can bring several benefits. First of all, legal action helps keep employers honest and may protect other employees from experiencing discrimination in the future. Secondly, you can use a discrimination action to recover benefits that were wrongfully denied to you. For example, if you have been paid less than your coworkers purely because of your gender, you can ask for a raise plus back pay. Or, if you were wrongfully terminated because of your race or religion, you can ask to be reinstated in your job. You can also seek monetary compensation in your discrimination action, to compensate you for the mistreatment you have suffered.
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
Workplace discrimination can be a sensitive subject, and you may not want to bring it up with your superiors unless you are certain your rights have been violated. Fortunately, you can get the information and advice you need for free at The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker. All you have to do is submit your case online or call us at 800-333-0000 and we’ll be happy to answer all your questions during a free initial consultation.