Holding Employers Accountable For Age Discrimination

The Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967 forbids employers from wrongfully terminating or taking any other action against an employee solely because of the employee's age. If your employer has violated this act, the Houston age discrimination lawyers at Kennard Law, P.C., will stand up for your rights.

If you believe you have been the victim of age discrimination in the workplace, contact us today to arrange a consultation.

The Challenges Of Age Discrimination Claims

Employers will often fight back in age discrimination and all other workplace discrimination claims. They will say that the elderly employee was no longer able to do his or her job. They will say that error rates have increased. In reality, they may simply want to stop paying the higher wages that long-term employees often earn in favor of younger, new employees who will start at lower wages. When we find evidence of age discrimination, we will take action.

Age discrimination claims can be challenging; however, our attorneys will conduct a thorough investigation. Not surprisingly, we often discover that ageism is institutionalized. For example, the employer may have a record of wrongfully terminating employees of a certain age. When we discover this, it is substantial proof to back up our claim.

Board-Certified In Labor And Employment Law

Led by an attorney who is board-certified labor and employment law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, we know exactly how to build age discrimination claims for success. When you choose us to represent you, you can be confident in our ability to hold your employer accountable for this wrongdoing. Our goal is either to get you your job back or get you compensation.

Ageism Is Wrong. We Can Make Things Right.

Call us toll free at 855-KENNLAW or contact us via email to discuss an age discrimination claim with an experienced Texas attorney. Se habla español.

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