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How to Handle Disability Discrimination at Work

When confronted with discrimination at work, it can be difficult to know how to react. Here are some steps that you can try to take to resolve the decision prior to contacting a disability discrimination lawyer in L.A.

Disability Discrimination at Work

Continue the conversation about disability discrimination internally, and seek to resolve the issue. Source: MorgueFile

  • Start by asserting your rights. If you feel as if your employer may simply be unaware that he or she is breaking the law, take this opportunity to educate your employer about how their actions affect you.
  • If speaking directly with your employer does not work, you can then file an internal complaint. Filing a complaint makes it formal and serves two important purposes. The first is that the complaint allows the company the opportunity to correct the problem.The second purpose is that the company is legally put on notice of your discrimination claim. If your claim is taken to court, this will serve as proof that you offered the company the opportunity to resolve the issue prior to filing a lawsuit.
  • If the issue is still not resolved, it is time to go to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission to file a charge of discrimination. If you skip this step prior to filing your lawyer, your case will be thrown out. Once your charge is filed, your employer will have an opportunity to respond during the investigation. After it is processed, you will typically be presented with a letter that allows you to proceed with your suit in court. At this point, you should hire an attorney to help get your case in order, gather evidence, and prepare paperwork.

By following these steps, you can be prepared to properly present your discrimination case if it goes to court. If you are ready to retain a disability discrimination lawyer in L.A., contact us at Jackson & Associates for more information about our services.

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