Racial Discrimination Attorneys Serving Florida and Georgia

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  • Why should I get an attorney?

Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibits discrimination based on race and color. Even though the law of the land declares it illegal, it still happens in this country and state. Violating Title VII is a weighty charge that demands the assistance of a racial discrimination attorney with skill and experience. At The Leach Firm, PA, we fight the good fight, so this wrong is made right through the legal system.

Fighting for the Victims of Racial Discrimination

You feel you are a victim of racial discrimination. However, this can be hard to prove. This is why you need the services of a racial discrimination attorney. Such a professional knows what it takes to make a case and works with you from consultation to verdict or settlement.

One of the most challenging aspects of these cases is determining the intent behind the action, whether an employer does not hire someone based on race or discriminates against a current employee. Then, we must prove intent and action according to employment law.

Let us warn you that when someone speaks out against employment discrimination, there is the chance the employer may try to retaliate. To prevent this, we work on filing your complaint as quickly as possible to offer you a measure of protection.

Call us for a free consultation when you fear you are the victim of racial discrimination at work.