At V. James DeSimone Law, our Los Angeles employment discrimination lawyers know how difficult it can be to face discrimination in the workplace. Because of this, we have made it a personal priority to provide employees with the high-quality services they need to get through. Discrimination in the workplace should not be tolerated. Whether you are facing: age discrimination, race discrimination, gender discrimination, pregnancy discrimination or sexuality discrimination from an employer or coworker, our team can help.
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Discrimination can occur in the following ways:
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If you have been the victim of discrimination in the workplace, the Los Angeles employment discrimination lawyers at V. James DeSimone Law are here to take legal action on your behalf. This can often happen to multiple people in the same company and when it does, you and your coworkers can bring your cases together to build a strong, combined legal strategy. This holds the employer responsible for allowing discrimination and can help you avoid retaliation. If you lost money due to discrimination, you may be able to seek a settlement as well.
When you contact our firm, you will speak directly with the attorney handling your case. This means you can ask questions, express your concerns, and receive the advice you need to move forward with confidence. It is essential in these difficult matters to have a strong and tenacious advocate on your side to stand by your side through negotiations and trial. Workplace discrimination should not be tolerated. Take the action necessary to help see that nobody else has to deal with this same type of treatment in the future. We are on your side from start to finish. Our firm proudly serves clients throughout Los Angeles, San Bernardino County, Orange County, and all of Southern California.
If you are facing race discrimination, ethnic origin, gender discrimination, disability discrimination, pregnancy discrimination, age discrimination or discrimination based on sex or sexual orientation, from an employer or coworker, it is important to place your employer on written notice of the discrimination and follow its procedures and policies, if any, usually found in an employment handbook. As you navigate that process, it is helpful to contact an Attorney. In cases we are considering accepting for representation, we provide advice and guidance. We have a lot of people asking for help, so we have a helpful and dedicated intake team that will gather information so we can best inform if we can assist you.
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