Protecting Your Right To A Safe Workplace
Both Texas and federal laws prohibit discrimination and harassment at work. However, whether due to the inappropriate actions of your employer, manager or colleague, employees may become victims of unethical workplace conduct.
When you experience discrimination or harassment, you need an experienced attorney to protect your rights as an employee. At The Law Offices of Miller & Bicklein, P.C., we fight for the justice you deserve after enduring unwelcome and illegal misconduct. We will thoroughly investigate your claim and pursue legal remedies to hold liable parties accountable.
Investigating Incidents Of Workplace Discrimination
Several laws protect employees from discrimination based on race, gender, sexual orientation, disability, age, religion, national origin and more. We fight for the justice you deserve after facing discriminatory practices, including:
- Failure to hire or promote
- Demoting an employee
- Failure to train
- Unreasonable discipline or suspension
Discrimination laws are vast and complicated. Additionally, policies can vary from employer to employer. We seek to hold offending parties accountable for their actions by conducting a thorough investigation, engaging in negotiations and, if necessary, pursuing litigation.
Taking Action After You Suffer Sexual Harassment
Sexual harassment can take many forms in the workplace. Whether you experience unwelcome sexual advances, inappropriate comments or more, you have legal options. We will investigate your claim to uncover the pattern of harassment you experienced due to the actions of a colleague, manager, supervisor, customer or vendor. We will also aggressively represent you in the event that your complaints led to an employer retaliating against you.
Fighting Back Against A Hostile Work Environment
Severe and repetitive discriminatory or harassing actions can lead to a hostile work environment. This can interfere with an employee’s ability to complete key job duties, often leading to either an employee’s termination or a decision to seek employment elsewhere. Whether you quit or were fired, we will prove the circumstances that led to these events and protect your rights.
Speak With An Experienced Lawyer
We understand the fear and uncertainty you may face in taking legal action against your employer. You can trust in our commitment to continually prioritize your best interests. Schedule a free, risk-free consultation at our San Antonio, Lubbock, Odessa or Abilene offices to learn more. Call us toll-free at 866-609-3852 or email us through our website.