Discrimination Is Wrong; We Can Make Things Right

Discrimination in the workplace can happen for a variety of reasons. Regardless of the offense, job candidates and employees not only lose out on positions, promotions and pay raises, but are also left to feel angry and humiliated. If you find you have been the victim of discrimination at work, Kennard Law, P.C., can help you file a complaint with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and more.

To schedule a consultation with a Texas employment lawyer, contact our firm today. We are here to help.

Obtaining Justice For Victims Of Workplace Discrimination In Texas

According to the Civil Rights Act of 1991, victims of employment discrimination are eligible for financial compensation if the discrimination was intentional. Our law firm has a strong track record of obtaining justice for victims of workplace discrimination. Through extensive experience and highly skilled case analysis, our attorneys build solid cases for discrimination clients. Our legal approach focuses on results, as our lawyers seek creative, intelligent strategies to consistently obtain favorable outcomes for our clients.

Throughout your case, our caring legal team will be highly responsive to all of your needs. At Kennard Law, P.C., you will have direct access to your attorney, and he or she will provide personal attention and ensure that you are kept informed of developments each step of the way.

Types Of Illegal Employment Discrimination

Regardless of your rank on the company ladder, it is illegal for an employer to discriminate based on certain factors. Contact our firm if you have experienced:

  • A violation of the Civil Rights Act of 1964
    • Discrimination based on color or race
    • Discrimination based on national origin
    • Gender discrimination
    • Religious discrimination
    • Pregnancy discrimination
  • A violation of the Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967
    • Age discrimination
  • A violation of the Americans With Disabilities Act of 1990 or the Rehabilitation Act of 1973
    • Disability discrimination (or failure to provide reasonable accommodation)
  • A violation of the Equal Pay Act of 1963
    • Equal pay discrimination

Discrimination Attorneys In Houston, Austin, San Antonio, Southern California, Rio Grande Valley, El Paso, and Washington D.C.

We provide comprehensive legal services in employment law, small-business law and civil litigation. Contact our law firm toll free at 855-KENNLAW to discuss your important legal matter with one of our experienced Houston workplace discrimination lawyers. Se habla español.