Have you suffered discrimination in the workplace in Texas?

On Behalf of | Nov 11, 2015 | Employment Disputes |

Many Texas employees have been victimized by the unscrupulous behaviors of their employers. Discrimination comes in various forms and is sometimes so subtle that one does not, at first, recognize it. If you believe that you have been discriminated against in the workplace, it is good to know that there is legal help available should you choose to pursue a legal action in court.

If you have been treated unfairly on the job because of your race, religion or national origin, you may want to discuss the details of your situation with an employment law attorney. At Warren & Siurek, L.L.P., our experienced team of attorneys is dedicated to offering sound legal counsel and effective representation to those whose jobs have been made miserable due to unjust treatment. We can help you as well.

Whether you were dismissed after informing your employer of a pregnancy, forced to work in a hostile environment or received lower wages because of your age, gender or race, Warren & Siurek, L.L.P., can investigate the details of your claim and determine how best to proceed to rectify the situation in court. Since 1992, we have successfully litigated and negotiated cases on behalf of our clients in order to help victims of discrimination seek the justice they deserve. Harassment, hostility and unfair treatment have no place in a professional work environment. Your problem will become our priority as we guide you through the process to hold those responsible accountable for their actions.

Regardless of the details of your particular situation of discrimination, our team is committed to aggressively protecting your rights. We offer evening appointments for your convenience, and we can be reached after hours when necessary. If you have questions or concerns about discrimination in the workplace and you are considering filing a legal claim, you can contact our Texas office via the toll-free number showing on our website.


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