Fighting Back Against Employment Discrimination In Wisconsin
Employees are protected from discrimination by employers under federal and Wisconsin law, including the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (Title VII), the Americans with Disabilities Act. Unfortunately, discrimination still occurs in workplaces across the state.
The only way to protect your rights is to take legal action against your employer, but many people end up too worried about losing their jobs to do anything. An experienced employment law attorney can make sure your interests are protected when you bring up hostile work environment issues like racial discrimination, harassment or other similar matters.
Don't let this happen to someone else. Make your voice heard by working with an experienced employment law attorney at Lubar & Lanning, LLC. We can be the advocates you need during this difficult time and help you get you the compensation you deserve.
Types Of Employment Discrimination
Discrimination happens when an employer takes adverse action against an employee because of his or her membership in a protected class.
Adverse action may include:
Employment discrimination often occurs on the basis of:
If you believe you have been treated differently because of one of those grounds, or if you have been subjected to sexual harassment at the workplace, you may be able to file a legal claim. We help employees successfully fight discrimination in the workplace.
Let Our Attorneys Handle It
Pursuing an employment discrimination claim against an employer is complicated because procedural laws vary depending on where and when you file your claim. The Milwaukee lawyers at Lubar & Lanning, LLC, can help you with the filing deadlines specific to your claim.
During our free initial consultation, we can help you determine whether you have a claim and what steps you should take. Contact Steven Lubar via email or by telephone at 414-228-0800 to arrange a free, no-obligation consultation.