Religious Discrimination Lawyer Serving Florida and Georgia
Want to Speak with an Employment Lawyer?
- Can I be fired for filing a case against my employer?
- If I file a claim, will I have trouble getting another job?
- Should I file with EEOC before consulting an attorney?
- How much is my case worth?
- How long do I have to file a claim?
- Why should I get an attorney?
In a perfect world, an employee’s religion does not work against them in the hiring process. Nor is it a subject for jokes or ridicule in the workplace. This is a promise made to the American people in Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which prohibits discrimination based on religion. When you believe you are a victim, seek assistance from a religious discrimination lawyer serving Florida and Georgia.
You will find a qualified and capable attorney at The Leach Firm, PA. He leads a team of professionals who know what it takes to prove religious discrimination. Count on our team to work with you to gather the necessary information to build a solid case. And our firm does not charge you unless you receive financial compensation from a verdict or settlement.
Applying the Law
Title VII applies to employers in the public and private sectors. And the individual does not need to hold formal membership in a church. The law applies to religion in which the individual’s beliefs are sincere. Although either of these cannot stop discrimination from happening, it certainly puts the fear of punishment and penalties against the employers found guilty. We empower our clients to fight for their rights without worry.
Call us to schedule a free consultation with our employment discrimination lawyer.