Race is another federally protected characteristic in workers across California often taken for granted by employers. Discriminating immutable features such as facial hair, skin color or other appearances which uniquely identify people of various lineages are litigable offenses taken seriously by JML Law, an aggressive Los Angeles racial discrimination attorney working for the people working in California.
Interchangeable with yet different than color, racial discrimination violates Title VII of the Civil Rights Act. Color references pigmentation, while race identifies with facial features, bone structure, eyes and hair. Ethnicity may closely identify with race, although ethnical features include nationality, ancestry, language and culture. All above human characteristics are protected, and violations may merit civil action.
Suspect Racial Discrimination? Don’t Wait.
Identifying racial disparity probably wasn’t hard if you’ve been victimized. People called you racially-charged names, segregated you from other employees, worked you longer hours than others, paid you much less for equal skill, even fired you because your race didn’t meld with others at work. Once identified, racial discrimination breaks down communications with employers, not to mention makes victims like yourself feel socially inadequate. For your grief, we truly apologize.
JML Law steps up when employers breach Civil Rights Act statutes. No representation matters unless its unbiased and comprehensive from start to finish, which every client gets when retaining our services. Racially motivated harassment, segregation, even purposely putting job fairs where only one race will benefit are forms of intolerable discrimination victims may seek compensation for, and our Los Angeles racial discrimination attorney frequently gets.
Overt racial discrimination claims must start with EEOC and carry 180-day statute of limitations. JML Law may assist victims with claims and appeals process, and filings with local courts and state agencies. The EEOC may clear victims to leave work during this process, in which employers may not retaliate when granted. If any compensation does come out of civil due process, it’ll be awarded for pain and suffering along with loss of opportunity created by the employer who discriminated.
Witnesses to racial disparity are encouraged, where possible. More voices added to claims can only help improve chances, so victims should have names and numbers of those willing to testify on their behalf.
Trust Civil Rights Lawyers Who Care
We’ve put 40 years into the community we serve, fighting alongside individuals racially disparaged while working for companies around the area. Our Los Angeles racial discrimination attorney works closely with victims who’ve been terminated, paid less, denied promotion or incessantly harassed without just cause simply because they’re of one specific race.
As the victim’s claim works its way through administrative and legal processes, our team continues gathering evidence to further substantiate claims. This helps in shifting the burden of proof onto the employer who must then irrefutably prove their reasoning for racial discrimination was justified, which they rarely do.
Consulting with our attorney costs nothing. Vindication victims receive once claims are favorably settled is priceless, so don’t delay – contact JML Law by phone, email or visit one of our locations.
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