Our Law Firm Helps Victims of Religious Discrimination
Ohio discrimination attorneys who stand up for victims
Are you a victim of religious discrimination in the workplace in Ohio? This type of discrimination is against the law. Knowing how to protect your rights in this situation is critical. That is why you should talk to an Ohio employment discrimination lawyer. That is why you need to contact Nilges Draher LLC.
Our experienced discrimination attorneys have represented workers in many types of discrimination cases in state and federal courts throughout Ohio. If you believe that you have been the victim of religious discrimination in the workplace, contact us. We can help.
How were you discriminated against?
Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and many state laws, including in Ohio, prohibit discrimination in the workplace for religious reasons. Some examples of religious discrimination include:
- Not being hired because of your religious beliefs.
- Being fired because of your religious beliefs.
- Being harassed at work because of your religious beliefs.
- Being passed over for a promotion because of your religious beliefs.
- Being demoted at work because of your religious beliefs.
- Receiving poor performance reviews because of your religious beliefs.
- Failing to accommodate your religious beliefs.
These are just some examples of religious discrimination. There are many others. And each one demands a strong legal response.
We will protect your rights
We have one purpose: to protect the rights of workers against discrimination and other unlawful conduct in the workplace. Your employer will likely come up with excuses and legitimate-sounding explanations for why you were demoted, passed up for a promotion or otherwise treated poorly. You know the truth - and we will help you prove it.
Your employer will likely hire expensive attorneys to defend their interests. We will even the playing field. During your free case evaluation, you will talk to one of our religious discrimination attorneys, who will explain the law as it applies to your circumstances. And once you retain our firm, we'll go to work to make sure your rights are protected.
The sooner you take action, the better. Legal deadlines, called the statute of limitations, limit the amount of time you have to take action - for example, there is a 300-day deadline under federal discrimination laws. That's why you need to contact us right away and schedule your free consultation with a workplace discrimination lawyer.