Birmingham Employment Discrimination Litigation Attorney
Birmingham Civil Rights Lawyer
Discrimination in the workplace due to race, color, creed or sex is against the law. If you believe you have been the subject of sexual harassment, or your civil rights have been violated, you have the right to pursue a legal remedy.
The Birmingham law firm of The Bloomston Firm has successfully pursued many cases involving employment discrimination litigation. They are honored that many of their fellow attorneys refer protected classes cases to them due to their track record of success, including wrongful termination and sexual orientation cases. The firm has also successfully investigated and litigated police brutality and beatings claims.
Call 205.212.9700 or send an e-mail for a free consultation.
Employment at Will
As an employee in Alabama, you do have certain rights in the workplace. You have the right to equal treatment under the law, regardless of your gender, age or race. Because Alabama is an employment at will state, your employer does have the right to fire you for no reason at all. If you have been fired, however, because you are a member of a protected class, you may have a valid EEOC claim.
Evaluating Your Claim
In order to find out if your case qualifies for employment discrimination litigation, it is wise to consult with a civil rights attorney at the firm. The attorneys will evaluate the facts of your case to determine if you have a valid EEOC discrimination claim. The firm is very skilled in dealing with EEOC administrators, and the lawyers and staff know how to navigate the bureaucracy to keep your case moving.
The process can be quite lengthy, and an employment discrimination litigation claim requires a substantial investment of time and resources. The lawyers defend the following claims, including:
- Sexual harassment and sexual orientation discrimination
- Racial discrimination
- Disability discrimination
- Age discrimination
- Gender discrimination
- National origin discrimination
- Religious discrimination
- Wrongful termination
The firm has a wide network of trusted investigators in place to investigate the details of your race discrimination case. In addition, the firm employs a paralegal with substantial litigation experience, as well as litigation-tested support staff.
Contact an Employment Discrimination Litigation Attorney
For a free initial consultation with a skilled employment discrimination litigator at the firm, call 205.212.9700 or send us an e-mail.
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