Experienced Discrimination Lawyers in California

Sacramento Employment Discrimination Lawyer at Labor Law Office

It is illegal under both the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (Title VII) and the California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA), to discriminate against or harass an employee on the basis of their gender, race, national origin, age, marital status, religion, pregnancy, sexual orientation, medical condition, genetic characteristics, or disability in the terms and conditions of employment.  The terms and conditions can include salary, hiring, firing, promotions, disciplinary actions, scheduling or any other action.  With few exceptions, most any defining characteristic of a particular position of employment is considered a “term or condition of employment.”

Expert Discrimination Lawyer Servicing Sacramento California

At Labor Law Office, our attorneys handle all types of state and federal employment discrimination cases, including:

Age Discrimination

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Disability Discrimination

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Gender Discrimination

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If you have been discriminated against, you may be able to recover damages, lost wages and back pay against your employer.  In some cases, you may obtain injunctive relief to stop unlawful practices.

If you believe you have been discriminated against the terms and conditions of employment, been fired, been harassed or denied employment, you may be able to bring an action to defend and protect your rights.  The experienced Sacramento employment attorneys at Labor Law Office, APC have a strong track record of representing employees in actions against their employers for violations of discrimination laws.  Call Labor Law Office, APC, today.

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Sacramento / Elk Grove / North Highlands:

Labor Law Office, APC

2740 Fulton Avenue, Suite 220
Sacramento, CA 95821
Phone: (916) 446-4502 Link To Map

Fair Oaks / Roseville / Citrus Heights:

Labor Law Office, APC

5050 Sunrise Blvd., Suite C-1
Fair Oaks, CA 95628
Phone: (916) 965-3100
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Redding / Anderson / Red Bluff:

Labor Law Office, APC

1650 Oregon Street, Suite 210
Redding, CA 96001
Phone: (530) 338-3808
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Los Angeles / Anaheim / Burbank:

Labor Law Office, APC

529 S. Broadway, Suite 4045
Los Angeles, CA 90013
Phone: (213) 900-4976
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Chico / Yuba City / Paradise:

Labor Law Office, APC

1395 Ridgewood Drive, Suite 300
Chico, CA 95973
Phone: (530) 891-8503
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Modesto / Turlock / Merced:

Labor Law Office, APC

801 10th Street, 5th Floor, Suite 108
Modesto, CA 95354
Phone: (209) 579-9706 Link To Map

Stockton / Mantica / Tracy:

Labor Law Office, APC

1145 N. California Street, Suite 202
Stockton, CA 95202
Phone: (209) 546-7473
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Fresno / Madera / Bakersfield:

Labor Law Office, APC

1525 E. Shaw Avenue, 2nd Floor, Suite F
Fresno, CA 93710
Phone: (559) 441-1314 Link To Map

Fairfield / Vacaville / Vallejo:

Labor Law Office, APC

622 Jackson Street
Fairfield, CA 94533
Phone: (707) 639-8563 Link To Map

San Francisco / Oakland / Santa Rosa:

Labor Law Office, APC

345 Grove Street, 2nd Floor. Suite 250
San Francisco, CA 94102
Phone: (415) 403-2530
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