Discrimination Disputes Are Highly Charged And Often Litigated

Be Sure Your Legal Counsel Is Experienced In These Cases

Discrimination cases are some of the most controversial cases in our legal system. Allegations of employee discrimination based on race, color, national origin, gender, age, sexual orientation and religion, as well as issues of retaliation, are highly volatile, and are the subject of a tremendous amount of litigation. Federal legislation that prohibits discrimination by employers includes the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) and Title VII.

Due to the tremendous volume of employment lawsuits, many lawsuits alleging employee discrimination and sexual harassment in state and federal courts are dismissed at a summary judgment level. It is precisely because of the precarious nature of employment law litigation that both employers and employees should retain an experienced employment law attorney to protect their legal rights.

At the Law Offices of Gary A. Costales, P.A., in Miami, we represent employees in discrimination lawsuits on a contingency basis. There are no upfront costs, and we only collect attorney fees if we help you recover a financial settlement or judgment. Call our office at 877-389-7395 or email us today.

Title VII, ADA, Sexual Harassment And ADEA

Our office has significant prelitigation and trial experience in employment discrimination cases, including:

  • Race and color discrimination (Title VII)
  • Gender discrimination and sexual harassment law (Title VII)
  • Disability discrimination (ADA)
  • Age discrimination (ADEA)
  • Retaliation (whistleblower, qui tam, and FMLA retaliation cases)
  • Housing discrimination
  • Lending discrimination
  • Discrimination in places of public accommodations
  • Wrongful discharge in violation of state and federal legislation

Allegations of retaliation, sexual harassment, breach of contract, and failure to pay overtime are serious issues for employers and employees alike. If it can be demonstrated that an employee suffered financial loss because their rights or contractual obligations were violated, the employer can be held liable for damages in an employee discrimination lawsuit.

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If you have been the victim of employment discrimination or sexual harassment, call now. State and federal laws require you to take action in a limited amount of time.

Employers should contact our experienced lawyer immediately if a termination, wrongful discharge or other employment action could trigger a potential lawsuit. Call our office at 877-389-7395 to schedule a free phone consultation, or contact us online.

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