Justice matters to our attorneys
The color of a person's skin should not matter when it comes to companies deciding who to hire or promote from within. Unfortunately, racism still exists. And some businesses discriminate against prospective workers and employees on the basis of the color of their skin.
Workplace discrimination cases on the basis of race sound straightforward. But what makes these cases so complicated is many employers often deny doing anything wrong. Instead of admitting they didn't hire someone because of their race, they often cite another reason.
But just because an employer says something doesn't make it true. That's why it's critical that you have an experienced race discrimination lawyer on your side, defending your interests. That's why you need Klie Law Offices in your corner.
Types of discrimination
The Civil Rights Act of 1964 outlawed racism in the workplace across the country. Even so, race discrimination continues to be a serious problem more than a half-century later. Examples of race discrimination in the workplace include:
- Not hiring someone on the basis of their race
- Not promoting employee
- Demoting employee
- Poor job review without just cause
- Wrongful termination
- Verbal threats
- Offensive comments
- Physical assault
You have rights. And our experienced attorneys can help you protect them. Simply contact us and schedule your free case evaluation right now.
How we can help
We thoroughly understand all the state and federal laws created to protect people of color. That's why we have such a strong track record of success when it comes to workplace discrimination cases involving racism.
There several approaches we can take towards resolving your legal issues. These include negotiating directly with your employer, filing a complaint with the Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) or filing a workplace discrimination lawsuit against your employer.
Whatever approach you decide to take, we will work tirelessly to make sure your concerns are heard loud and clear. Racism should never be tolerated in any form, especially in the workplace. That's why we're eager to get to work on your case. We want to help you demand justice.