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Assisting On Claims Regarding Age Or Race Discrimination

Age and racial discrimination occur frequently in workplaces across the San Francisco Bay area, Sacramento, and I-80 corridor. Certain employment practices may make it extremely difficult for certain workers to take full advantage of opportunities presented to others. When employers or managers actively engage in adverse employment actions that discriminate on the basis of age or race, individuals may have claims against these parties.

At the Law Office of David C. Winton, our employment law attorneys have extensive knowledge regarding discrimination claims. With more than 60 years of combined legal experience on all sides of employment law issues, we understand what goes into a successful case. Our attention to detail and commitment to results will help you prepare a thorough claim against those who have caused your career harm.

Discrimination On The Basis Of Race

Racial discrimination happens when a person suffers some sort of adverse employment action due to his or her race. Such conduct occurs in many ways, which include:

  • Being treated unfairly in the workplace, in the form of worse working hours or more difficult tasks
  • Being denied employment or refused opportunities for career advancement
  • Being terminated or reassigned to a different position because of race

These are just some of the potential issues that may allow an individual to bring a claim for racial discrimination. Our lawyers have handled several of these cases for workers in many occupations and are here to help you take appropriate action to protect your rights or career.

Age Discrimination

Age discrimination occurs when an individual is treated adversely due to his or her age. This may be passing over a person for a promotion due to age, refusing to hire someone because he or she is older than the typical candidate, or firing someone after they reach a certain age.

Determining if this conduct is potentially unlawful and gives rise to a cause of action can be extremely complicated. A deep analysis of the policies and procedures at a person’s place of employment may be necessary to learn if a pattern of behavior is present. Our experienced lawyers can review your case and explain the options that may be available to you.

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To get detailed advice about your case from our knowledgeable employment law attorneys, please call our office at 415-985-2111 or send us an email to arrange a time that works for you.

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