Workplace Discrimination Ongoing Problem in Texas

Texas employees are typically aware that employment practices that discriminate against a worker based on religion, race, sex, or national origin are unlawful. A worker has the right to assume that he or she is reporting to an environment that is kept safe not only in the physical sense but that is also free of workplace discrimination. Verbal abuse, harassment, and unwelcome physical contact remain an ongoing problem in many places of employment. Those who have suffered adversely in such situations may be relieved to know that legal help is available to protect their rights.

At Kennard Law, P.C., our legal team can help you document a complaint with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission if you have been discriminated against in the workplace. The 1992 Civil Rights Act states that employees who have been victimized by intentional discrimination on the job are eligible for monetary compensation as restitution in the matter. Our attorneys have proved successful in obtaining justice for our clients.

Whether you have been fired after informing your employer that you were pregnant, have been unjustly treated because of your faith, or have suffered verbal abuse regarding your national origin, we are prepared to offer sound legal counsel and effective representation on your behalf. An experienced attorney from our office can become your personal legal advocate, ensuring that your rights are protected and that justice is sought by holding liable those who are responsible for your suffering in the workplace. When you schedule a consultation at Kennard Law, P.C., your workplace problems become our priority.

Our seasoned attorneys have a clear understanding of employment law and will aggressively litigate your claim. Texas workers for whom the English language poses a barrier can take comfort in knowing that we have attorneys who are fluent in Spanish. As long as workplace discrimination continues to plague employees, our dedicated legal professionals are committed to helping clients find justice.