Alabama Discrimination Attorney
If you feel you have experienced discrimination in the workplace, you need an experienced attorney who is familiar with these statures to defend you in the court of law.
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Under federal law, it is unlawful for an employer to take any employment action against an employee based upon who they are or what they believe. An employer cannot discriminate against someone because of their age, race, sex, religion, pregnancy, disability or natural origin. They cannot commit an adverse employment action against an employee for discriminatory reasons. Adverse employment actions include termination, demotion, failure to promote, reduction in work hours, unfavorable job assignments or involuntary transfers. Even “at will” employees are entitled to the legal protections afforded by the statutes. This means that employees have the right to sue employers who have engaged in discrimination, and to seek monetary damages and attorney’s fees.
Americans with Disabilities Act
The Americans with Disabilities Act mandates employers to treat all employees fairly, regardless of the employees ability to see, hear, walk, speak, etc. This act also mandates employers to provide reasonable accommodations to employees with disabilities with regard to their schedule, their equipment, access to facilities, and more. If you feel that your employer has not treated you fairly due to your disability you may have a case. Contact our office immediately for a free consultation.
The Fair Housing Act prohibits you from being denied renting, buying or securing financing for housing, due to your race, national origin, religion, sex, disability and the presence of children.
If you feel you have been denied housing due to any of the above reasons, please call us, so we can stand for your right.
If you feel your rights have been violated, schedule a free consultation with us.
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