Phoenix Employment Discrimination Attorneys
Protecting The Rights of Employees Throughout Arizona
The workplace is intended to be a safe place where everyone can work freely
without fear of a harassment or discrimination. If you believe that your
employer has treated you unfairly, you were wrongfully terminated or you
were retaliated against for some reason, you may have the right to pursue
According to the Civil Rights Act of 1964, it is illegal for the workplace
to discriminate employees based on any of the following:
In addition, employers are to provide accommodations for disabled workers.
As an employee, it is vital that you understand your rights, realizing
that discrimination and retaliation are illegal in the workplace.
Call Montoya, Lucero & Pastor, P.A.for a
free consultation of your case!
Sexual Harassment Claims
Sexual harassment is defined one of the two following ways:
- Tangible Loss: For example, your superior requests sex in exchange for
a promotion or keeping your job, and if you refuse you are fired or your
promotion is denied.
- No Tangible Loss, But Still Illegal: For example, you experience some kind
of serious, inescapable harassment from a co-worker and suffer the effects
of a hostile workplace.
You can pursue a claim of sexual harassment for any of the following:
- Any one of your co-workers makes you uncomfortable with their behavior
- There is a group of people that harass you
- You report harassment, but your employer ignores it
- Your superior makes unwanted sexual comments directed towards you
Retain the Employment Discrimination Lawyer You Need in Phoenix
No matter the details of your employment discrimination case, our
personal injury attorney can investigate the details of your case and provide you with the best
course of action for moving forward. Making ourselves available for weekend
appointments, we can meet with you to discuss the issues at hand during your
free initial consultation. We are fiercely dedicated to protecting your rights in the workplace,
doing everything in our power to pursue the justice that is deserved.
For your free evaluation,
call our employment discrimination lawyers today at 602-483-6869!