Our Law Firm Fights For Victims Of Sexual Orientation Discrimination
Ohio discrimination attorneys standing up for LGBTQ rights
Have you been discriminated against in the workplace in Ohio on the basis of your sexual orientation? Not sure what your rights are or whether you have a discrimination case against your employer or prospective employer? Employment laws protecting LGBTQ workers are evolving, often leaving workers who believe they are victims of discrimination confused as to their rights. We can help.
Cut through the confusion. Talk to an Ohio discrimination attorney at Nilges Draher LLC today.
What happened to you?
Have you experienced any of the following adverse actions at work because of your sexual orientation?
- A company refused to hire you because of your sexual orientation.
- You were fired after your supervisor or boss learned of your sexual orientation.
- You were denied a promotion because of your sexual orientation.
- You did not receive a raise because of your sexual orientation.
- A heterosexual co-worker with less experience was promoted over you.
- You were harassed in the workplace because of your sexual orientation.
These are just some of the examples of unlawful discrimination. There are many others. If you believe you were discriminated against at work because of your sexual orientation, contact us. We can help.
How we can help you
If you believe that you are the victim of sexual orientation discrimination, you need to take immediate action. Your employer is highly unlikely to admit wrongdoing. They'll come up with legitimate-sounding explanations for why you were demoted, passed over or otherwise treated poorly. And they will hire expensive lawyers to defend their interests.
We can help level the playing field. Our experienced discrimination lawyers know what it takes to build a strong discrimination case. We offer a free case evaluation, completely confidential and with no obligation - just clear answers about your legal rights.
During your free case evaluation, we will answer all of your questions and explain the anti-discrimination laws that apply to your circumstances.