Generally, laws that prohibit employment discrimination also forbid retaliation against an employee who has sought protection of anti-discrimination laws. In other words, an employer may not terminate or otherwise take adverse action against employees who engage in activities protected by state and federal law.
If you or a loved one has questions about retaliation and how it may apply to your situation, the lawyers at Scott & Wallace can help. It is always free to talk to us. There are no fees or costs unless we win your case.
The Scott & Wallace Approach to Retaliation
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- Investigate it thoroughly.
- Aggressively pursue the maximum compensation you deserve.
- You won’t pay anything unless we recover for you.
When you hire us, we ask only that you place your legal issues squarely in our hands so that you can focus on you and your family’s healing and well-being. From there, your fight becomes our fight, and our mission is full and final justice.