Kirkwood Discrimination Attorney
Need an Employment Discrimination Lawyer in St. Louis?
Did you know that you are protected under federal and state law from any harassment and discrimination in the workplace? By law, employers cannot single you out, fire you, force you to quit, take advantage of you, or deny you employment because of your race, color, pregnancy, religion, national origin, age, or disability.
If you have been wrongfully treated by an employer for your protected traits, then you are entitled to take legal action and receive compensation for your losses. The discrimination attorneys at Riggan Law Firm, LLC can assist you during the legal process by providing aggressive representation and counsel based on the laws that may apply to your discrimination claim.
The legal team at Riggan Law, LLC represents clients who have faced discrimination due to:
- Equal Pay
- Military Status
- National Origin
- Sexual Orientation
What Constitutes a Hostile Work Environment in Missouri?
A hostile work environment occurs when an employee faces harassment over an extended period of time due to his or her sex, age, race, disability, or national origin. An isolated incident of such harassment would not qualify as a hostile work environment. Nor would it be a hostile work environment if an employer took aims to punish incidences of harassment that were carried out by its employees.
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If you have been a victim of workplace harassment or retaliation, you deserve professional and experienced representation from a discrimination attorney at Riggan Law Firm, LLC. The legal team at the firm stands ready to provide clients with professional and aggressive legal counsel in seeking compensation for the unlawful wrongs they have experienced in the workplace. If you have questions about your position as an employee and are interested in working with a Missouri employment law attorney to assess your case of discrimination and harassment in the workplace, do not hesitate to contact Riggan Law Firm, LLC immediately for help.
Can You Sue A Person For Discrimination?
You must file a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) before filing any private lawsuit and must do so within 180 days of the alleged offense. Only after receiving permission from the EEOC may individuals file a lawsuit.
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