Racial Discrimination In The Workplace
Although America has made great strides, racial discrimination still exists in the workplace. Racial discrimination in the workplace is outrageous conduct, and illegal. If you have been fired, demoted, or have suffered in some way due to racial discrimination in the workplace, you need an experienced lawyer who is serious about getting justice and fair compensation for you.
Carter Law Offices is located in Kansas City. Our law firm takes on employers and corporations across Missouri and Kansas in all kinds of employment litigation claims, including claims of racial discrimination. Contact our law firm today.
Victims of Wrongful Termination on the Basis of Race Can Turn to Our Law Firm
Our attorneys have built a strong record fighting for employees who have been illegally discriminated against at work. We understand the potential difficulties in wrongful discharge cases, and know what to do to overcome them. Discrimination claims are won with evidence. Employers are never going to admit to discriminating against an employee. It takes an experienced attorney to uncover evidence that contradicts an employer’s claims.
Under Missouri’s “service letter” statute, employers, upon request, must provide an explanation of the reasons why a person was fired. In certain instances, the service letter represents a starting point for our investigation.
We then sift through the additional evidence to build a compelling claim that you were mistreated at work due to discrimination. We will compile evidence from a variety of sources, including your employment records and depositions of co-workers and supervisors.
Every part of our case will be built toward helping you recover full damages under the law. In an employment claim, you may be entitled to back pay, reinstatement, front pay, and damages for emotional distress.
Call the Racial Discrimination Lawyers of Carter Law Offices
If you were fired, demoted or suffered some other adverse action at work on the basis of racial discrimination, our attorneys can help you protect your rights and your career. Call 816-283-3500 or contact us online to schedule a free initial consultation.