When Job Discrimination and Workplace Harassment Occurs, We Fight Back
There are many Federal and Michigan laws and statutes that prohibit discrimination in the workplace. In Michigan, employers cannot discriminate against employees on the basis of race, sex, religion, national origin, physical disability, or age.
The law prohibits such discrimination in hiring, firing, promotion, job assignment and compensation. Sexual harassment is a form of illegal discrimination. In addition, an employer cannot fire an employee for making a complaint of discrimination.
Employment discrimination and harassment can occur in many different forms. Off-color jokes, failure to promote, and reasons for termination can all constitute forms of prohibited discrimination.
Illegal employment discrimination should not be permitted. If you believe that you may have been subject to illegal discrimination or harassment, please call us. We will meet with you for a free consultation to learn about your case. We can then advise you as to whether we believe the conduct and actions against you are illegal or serve as a basis for a legal claim against those engaging in the discrimination or harassment.
We can also explain how we will represent you if our firm is hired, and what must be done to win your case.
We represent clients in discrimination cases on a contingency fee basis. This means that there are no fees that are owed to us unless and until we recover a judgment or settlement.