When you need a employment discrimination lawyer to fight for your right to work in a safe, respectful, and equitable environment, look no further than a Columbus employment discrimination attorney at Coffman Legal.
Managers, co-workers, and customers subject too many hardworking employees and job applicants to discrimination and abuse on the basis of their race, color, national origin, religion, age, sex, gender, and sexual orientation. Individuals also experience unfair and discriminatory treatment due to their disability, pregnancy, or military status. Each instance may be illegal under state and federal law but relying on the advice and representation of a Columbus employment discrimination attorney can be necessary to hold those who discriminate accountable.
Employers fight nearly all legal claims strenuously, and they often retaliate against individuals who call attention to discrimination and demand that the inequitable or abusive treatment stop. Click on the following descriptions to learn about the many types of employment discrimination that make jobs miserable and workplaces hostile.
Filing a workplace discrimination lawsuit in Ohio is often necessary to enforce your rights as an employee. It is also, often, a last resort.
Consulting an employment discrimination attorney before starting that process will protect your rights as a worker and ensure that you know how to document and preserve evidence of discrimination, retaliation, and inaction or bad faith by your employer.
When pursuing a workplace discrimination lawsuit does become necessary, employees must file a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission before submitting paperwork to a court. Your workplace discrimination attorney can help you prepare the EEOC charge of discrimination, and then put together the court filings.
Coffman Legal prides itself on being a Columbus employment discrimination law firm dedicated only to serving workers who experience mistreatment on the job. We handle cases involving all forms of discrimination that block individuals from getting jobs, prevent them from receiving promotions and raises, or subject them to physical, verbal, or psychological abuse.
You can schedule a free and confidential consultation with an Ohio employment discrimination lawyer by calling us at 1-614-949-1181. We also invite you to fill out this online contact form and share some of your story so we can better address your specific concerns when we speak.
We welcome every opportunity to end clearly illegal employment practices, eliminate hostile work environments, and secure compensation and monetary damages for workers who are harmed by discriminatory practices and policies.