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Speak With A Discrimination Lawyer Today

If you feel you were discriminated against or given unequal treatment based on race, gender (or gender identity), disability, national origin, age, sexual orientation, religion, or some other protected class, a discrimination lawyer can help. Don't wait to talk to a discrimination attorney and find out how federal law and state law can be used to hold those who discriminated against you accountable.

Fight Discrimination No Matter What Form It Takes

Discrimination in the United States can arise in many settings and involve a wide range of issues, including:

  • Workplace discrimination/employment law/employment discrimination
  • Failure to make reasonable accommodations
  • Failure to grant medical leave or recognize a medical condition
  • Wrongful termination and layoffs
  • Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) hearings and investigations
  • Hostile work environment and hostile co-workers
  • Civil rights violations (related to Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964)
  • Equal pay issues
  • Racial discrimination/race discrimination
  • Disability discrimination (in violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act), including situations related to mental disability
  • Pregnancy discrimination
  • Housing discrimination (including violations of the Fair Employment and Housing Act)
  • Lending discrimination
  • Education discrimination

Use FindLaw's attorney directory to find a local discrimination lawyer to ensure you are treated equally and that you receive the protection you are granted by anti-discrimination laws.

How do I choose a lawyer?

Many lawyers offer free or low-cost consultations. Finding a lawyer that can align to your needs and goals may impact the outcome of your legal matter. Things to do to help get you started include:

  • Ask for recommendations and referrals from friends, family, and colleagues
  • Research attorneys online through directories and bar association websites
  • Review qualifications and experience
  • Interview prospective lawyers
  • Consider compatibility
  • Read client reviews and references
  • Determine conflicts of interest

Making an informed decision when choosing an attorney requires time to research if a lawyer is a good fit for you. Asking the right questions can help you determine if they have the approach, capabilities, and experience to assist you in your legal matter. Some questions to ask a potential attorney include:

  • What is your experience and expertise in this area of law?
  • Have you handled cases like mine and what were the outcomes?
  • What strategy would you use for this type of case?
  • What are the biggest challenges of my case?
  • What is your fee structure and how do your charge for your services?

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