A variety of state and federal laws prohibit discrimination on various grounds, including age, sex, race, religion, disability and national origin. These laws prohibit employment discrimination, housing discrimination, discrimination by educational institutions and discrimination in the provision of public accommodations. If you are a public servant and you believe that your civil rights have been violated by discriminatory actions, you should consult with a discrimination law attorney specializing in aiding public servants.
Law Offices Of Victor Manrique, a discrimination law attorney, can provide you with the guidance you need to take appropriate legal measures. Sometimes, that means filing a discrimination charge with an administrative agency. In other cases, you may be able to file a discrimination lawsuit. If you prevail, you may be able to recover monetary damages. You may be entitled to other remedies as well, such as reinstatement if you were fired for discriminatory reasons, or a promotion that your government employer denied you based on discriminatory grounds.
To learn more about your options, call to set up an initial consultation. Remember, under the law, you are entitled to fair and equal treatment. If you believe that you’ve been the victim of discrimination as a civil servant, contact Law Offices Of Victor Manrique today.