Why do I need a lawyer for my discrimination claim?

If you suspect your employer has discriminated against you at work, you should discuss your situation with an experienced employment attorney. A lawyer can help you understand your employee rights.

Not all instances of workplace mistreatment are illegal under California law. An employment lawyer can determine whether you have a valid discrimination claim against your employer and explain what legal options are available. Filing a lawsuit does not make sense in every case as it can be costly and time-consuming. Sometimes there are other more effective ways to resolve a situation.

Winning a workplace discrimination lawsuit requires an in-depth knowledge of California and federal labor laws. You must also prove you experienced discrimination, which can be challenging. Hiring a knowledgeable employment lawyer gives you the best chances of getting a favorable outcome. Your attorney will gather relevant evidence along with ensuring you meet the deadlines that apply in your case.

Without an experienced employment lawyer in your corner, you are likely to be at a significant disadvantage when going up against your employer. Companies are often represented by teams of lawyers who will do everything they can to fight any allegations of illegal employment practices.

If you have suffered workplace discrimination, contact Erlich Law Firm for a free initial consultation. A skilled Oakland employment lawyer will listen to what happened and guide you on what steps you can take to hold your employer accountable.

Other Discrimination & Harassment FAQs:

background-quote

My parents were heavily involved in community organizing. Seeing neighbors and friends’ parents struggle in the workplace gave me a sense of purpose that I wanted to help others. Many employees feel helpless and powerless in the workplace, and helping them vindicate their rights is the right thing to do.

- Jason Erlich

Client testimonials
Jason took the time to explain and guide me through the challenging process, and went the extra steps in consistently providing guidance and putting my concerns and questions high on their list.

Jeff V., Oakland

When employees' legal rights are violated, we take time to explain their legal options, listen to their goals, and aggressively argue their case until we achieve the resolution they deserve.

SEEN ON
cnnmoney
marin-ij
dailypost
news10