Fighting for Equal Opportunity in the American Workforce
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has made it illegal for all employers in the United States to discriminate against current or prospective employees by certain criteria. If you have been unlawfully mistreated, fired, or denied employment due to workplace discrimination, contact the employment claims attorneys at BCH. Our firm is well-versed in all forms of commercial and civil litigation, and we have spent the last 30 years honing our skills in the courtroom. We have achieved landmark results for our clients, founded on our three primary principles: honesty, hard work, and servicing our clients. When you entrust your claim to us, we take your testimony and build a case that demonstrates your employer’s failure to offer equal employment opportunity.
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What Is Considered Illegal Discrimination?
All forms of workplace discrimination are outlined by the EEOC. Discrimination does not just pertain to hiring or firing—it can include wages, job duties, promotions, training and investment, and any other employment opportunities available to employees. If you experience any of these things for reasons not pertaining to merit, performance, or skill, contact our employment lawyers today.
Discrimination based on the following factors is illegal and a violation
of your rights:
- Race / ethnicity
- Gender / sex
- Sexual orientation
- National origin
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BCH has been fighting for plaintiffs for 30 years. Our clients have included everyday individuals, large companies, and state governments. They all had one thing in common—a person or entity wronged them, and we stepped in to redress that wrong. In the same way, our firm wants to seek justice for employees who have been subject to workplace discrimination for any reason. Our national workplace discrimination claim attorneys have the skill, passion, and experience you need to take your employer to court and hold them accountable for their actions.
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