Your Ohio Discrimination Attorneys
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You have a right to a workplace that is free of unlawful discrimination. Workplace discrimination based on your membership in a protected class is illegal. These protected classes include, but are not limited to:
- Religious Beliefs
- National Origin
- Sexual Orientation
Federal, state and local employment laws, including the Equal Pay Act, protect employees against discrimination based on these (and sometimes more) classes. If you believe that your employer has discriminated against you because you belong to one of these protected classes, contact us. Our discrimination lawyers can help. We have offices conveniently located in Columbus, Cleveland, and North Canton.
These cases are challenging - you need an attorney in your corner
Let's face it: your employer will never admit that it unlawfully discriminated against you. Instead, they find a way to blame you for the situation you are in, whether you have been fired, demoted or something else.
But you (and your employer) know it is the truth. We can help you prove it. We can help you tell your story.
Chances are your employer has hired expensive lawyers to defend its interests. They are not concerned with your interests. But we are.
We demand justice for discrimination victims
We have extensive experience representing victims of unlawful workplace discrimination in Ohio state and federal courts. We know how to build a strong discrimination case. We know what evidence to request. We know what questions to ask. We are also familiar with the most up-to-date state and federal laws and court rulings involving discrimination, including legal cases involving discrimination related to someone’s sexual orientation and LGBTQ rights.
The sooner you act, the better. Anti-discrimination laws have strict deadlines called statute of limitations that require you to file your claim within a certain period of time. For example, the federal anti-discrimination laws have a 300-day deadline. In addition, the passage of time may present other challenges, such as lost evidence. Witnesses’ memories fade. Documents can be misplaced (or “misplaced”) or even destroyed.
Contact us today to schedule your free case evaluation. During your phone evaluation, you will talk to a member of our legal team who can explain your legal rights and options. You don’t have to face this alone; you can get an experienced workplace discrimination lawyer on your side. We can help.