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We serve clients throughout California including those in the following localities: Los Angeles County including Burbank, Carson, Downey, El Monte, El Segundo, Glendale, Inglewood, Lancaster, Los Angeles, Santa Clarita, Torrance, Van Nuys, and West Covina; Orange County including Anaheim, Huntington Beach, Santa Ana, and Tustin; Riverside County including Corona, Moreno Valley, and Riverside; San Bernardino County including Fontana, Ontario, Rancho Cucamonga, and San Bernardino; and San Diego County including Chula Vista and San Diego. Disclaimer: The information contained herein is for information purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice. You should not act or fail to act based on the information on this website. The content contains general information only, and may not reflect recent changes to the law. All cases differ – please contact an attorney in your area to get legal advice as it pertains to your case.  © Protection Law Group 2017 – All Rights Reserved    136 Main Street, Suite A El Segundo, CA 90245 Phone: (844) 294-3095 Fax: (866) 264-7880 Call (844) 294-3095 for Free Consultation Se Habla Español
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The Protection Law Group is a highly respectable Law Firm devoted to fighting to protect Employees’ Rights. Our Southern California Employment Discrimination Attorneys have more than 35 years’ collective experience helping clients resolve a broad range of Employment Discrimination disputes throughout the region. If you believe that you have been the victim of Employment Discrimination, please contact Protection Law Group as soon as possible by calling (844) 294-3095 to set up your free consultation. Failing to take immediate action will result in a permanent waiver of your right to bring suit as set forth under California’s Statute of Limitations laws. Located in El Segundo, our Employment Discrimination Lawyers represent clients throughout Southern California in class action lawsuits and individual legal cases brought by employees against their employers.  We are proud to provide the highest level of personalized legal counsel and representation. If you are unable to come to us, we will come to you!  Additionally, we will keep you updated regarding the progress of your legal action, and we respond to all client communications as quickly as possible. Our primary goal is to obtain the justice that you deserve when you have suffered discrimination in the workplace.

Disability Discrimination Attorneys in Southern California

State and Federal laws provide numerous protections for disabled employees. Under the California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), employers are expressly prohibited from discriminating against employees who suffer from diagnosed physical or mental disabilities that impact or limit an individual’s quality of life. If a coworker or third party vendor with whom your employer does business is engaging in discriminatory behavior such as harassment based solely on the fact that you are disabled, it must be reported to your human resources department immediately. Should your employer fail to take action to correct the prohibited conduct, they are in direct violation of both the FEHA and the ADA and may be held financially responsible for the harms you have sustained. Broadly defined under the law, Disability Discrimination may take numerous forms, including but not limited to: Refusal to Hire Disabled Workers Bad Faith Refusal to Offer Deserved Promotions Denying Benefits which Non-Disabled Employees Receive Unwarranted Negative Work Reviews Denial of Merit Raises Due to Physical or Mental Disability Workplace Harassment Due to a Disability Unwarranted Denial of Employee Bonuses Unequal Pay Due to a Physical Disability or Mental Disability Refusal to Offer the Opportunity for Job Advancement Training Due to a Disability Wrongful Termination Based upon one’s Disability Refusal to Provide Reasonable Accommodations for Disabled Employees In order to successfully sue an employer for Disability Discrimination, the employee must suffer from a covered condition that has been diagnosed by a physician, and for which the employee must undergo ongoing medical or psychiatric treatment. Examples of covered conditions include (but are not limited to): AIDS/HIV Bipolar Disorder Blindness or Severe Visual Impairment Brain Injuries Cancer Deafness or Severe Hearing Impairment Heart Disease Cerebral Palsy Epilepsy Multiple Sclerosis Muscular Dystrophy Musculoskeletal Conditions Neurological Disorders Paralysis Respiratory Illnesses Schizophrenia Protection Law Group possesses extensive experience handling Disability Discrimination cases. Please call our skilled and caring Southern California Disability Discrimination Lawyers at (844) 294-3095 for additional information regarding covered conditions, the reasonable accommodations requirement, and more information about the type of conduct that may be deemed legally discriminatory.

Southern California Employment Discrimination Lawyers | Protection Law Group, LLP

In addition to representing those who have dealt with Disability Discrimination in the Workplace, Southern California Workplace Discrimination Attorneys with Protection Law Group also represent those who have faced other forms of Employment Discrimination. Employers have a duty to provide a safe work environment free from discrimination. As such, they may also be found liable for engaging in discrimination based on:  Age (Employees who are 40+ years old) Gender Nationality Pregnancy Race Religion Sexual Orientation  As with Disability Discrimination, if you have been discriminated against by your coworkers, have made your employer aware of the behavior and they’ve refused to immediately stop the conduct, your current or former employer may held legally responsible for their failure to act.  Examples of Employment Discrimination must be based on one of the preceding factors, and include but aren’t limited to:   Constructive Termination & Wrongful Termination Denial of Benefits that Other Employees Receive Openly Displaying Offensive or Inappropriate Material Disseminating (including via email) Offensive or Inappropriate Material Verbal and Non-Verbal Harassment that’s Offensive to a Targeted Group of Individuals Making Derogatory Comments about another’s Age, Race, Religion, National Origin, Gender or Sexual Orientation Refusing to Grant Maternity Leave Engaging in Retaliation for Reporting Discrimination Unwarranted Pay Cut, Demotion or Reduction in Hours Unwarranted Refusal to Provide Opportunities for Advancement For conduct to be deemed discriminatory, it must be continuous and ongoing. A single action or comment will not typically result in a settlement or judgment unless it is so outrageous that it merits monetary compensation.  Employment Discrimination cases are often highly complex, especially in situations where the discrimination is subtle. Therefore, it is imperative that you retain a skilled Southern California Employment Discrimination Lawyer who understands the nuances of discrimination and knows how to formulate a strategic case strategy designed to obtain results.

Call Southern California Employment Discrimination Attorneys for a Free Consultation

If you believe that you have been discriminated against in the workplace, please contact Protection Law Group today at (844) 294- 3095 to schedule your free, comprehensive consultation with one of the leading Employment Law Firms in the region. Located in El Segundo, the Employment Discrimination Lawyers with Protection Law Group represent clients throughout Southern California. Call today to obtain quality legal counsel and a thorough, up front case analysis.
We serve clients throughout California including those in the following localities: El Segundo, Glendale, Inglewood, Lancaster, Los Angeles, Santa Clarita, Torrance, Van Nuys, and West Covina; Orange County including Anaheim, Huntington Beach, Santa Ana, and Tustin; Riverside County including Corona, Moreno Valley, and Riverside; San Bernardino County including Fontana, Ontario, Ran Cucamonga, and San Bernardino; and San Diego County including Chula Vista and San Diego.  © Protection Law Group 2017 – All Rights Reserved  
PROTECTION LAW GROUP LLP
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We serve clients throughout California including those in the following localities: Los Angeles County including Burbank, Carson, Downey, El Monte, El Segundo, Glendale, Inglewood, Lancaster, Los Angeles, Santa Clarita, Torrance, Van Nuys, and West Covina; Orange County including Anaheim, Huntington Beach, Santa Ana, and Tustin; Riverside County including Corona, Moreno Valley, and Riverside; San Bernardino County including Fontana, Ontario, Rancho Cucamonga, and San Bernardino; and San Diego County including Chula Vista and San Diego. Disclaimer: The information contained herein is for information purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice. You should not act or fail to act based on the information on this website. The content contains general information only, and may not reflect recent changes to the law. All cases differ – please contact an attorney in your area to get legal advice as it pertains to your case.  © Protection Law Group 2017 – All Rights Reserved  
136 Main Street, Suite A El Segundo, CA 90245 Phone: (844)  294 - 3095 Fax: (866)  264 - 7880
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The Protection Law Group is a highly respectable Law Firm devoted to fighting to protect Employees’ Rights.  Our Southern California Employment Discrimination Attorneys have more than 35 years’ collective experience helping clients resolve a broad range of Employment Discrimination disputes throughout the region. If you believe you have been the victim of Employment Discrimination, please contact the Protection Law Firm as soon as possible by calling (844) 294-3095 to set up your free consultation. Failing to take immediate action will result in a permanent waiver of your right to bring suit as set forth under California’s Statute of Limitations laws. Located in El Segundo, our Employment Discrimination Lawyers represent clients throughout Southern California in class action lawsuits and individual legal cases brought by employees against their employers.  We are proud to provide the highest level of personalized legal counsel and representation. If you are unable to come to us, we will come to you!  Additionally, we will keep you updated regarding the progress of your legal action, and we respond to all client communications as quickly as possible. Our primary goal is to obtain the justice that you deserve when you have suffered discrimination in the workplace.

Disability Discrimination Attorneys in

Southern California

State and Federal laws provide numerous protections for disabled employees. Under the California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), employers are expressly prohibited from discriminating against employees who suffer from diagnosed physical or mental disabilities that impact or limit an individual’s quality of life. If a coworker or third party vendor with whom your employer does business is engaging in discriminatory behavior such as harassment based solely on the fact that you are disabled, it must be reported to your human resources department immediately. Should your employer fail to take action to correct the prohibited conduct, they are in direct violation of both the FEHA and the ADA and may be held financially responsible for the harms you have sustained. Broadly defined under the law, Disability Discrimination may take numerous forms, including but not limited to: Refusal to Hire Disabled Workers Bad Faith Refusal to Offer Deserved Promotions Denying Benefits which Non-Disabled Employees Receive Unwarranted Negative Work Reviews Denial of Merit Raises Due to Physical or Mental Disability Workplace Harassment Due to a Disability Unwarranted Denial of Employee Bonuses Unequal Pay Due to a Physical Disability or Mental Disability Refusal to Offer the Opportunity for Job Advancement Training Due to a Disability Wrongful Termination Based upon one’s Disability Refusal to Provide Reasonable Accommodations for Disabled Employees In order to successfully sue an employer for Disability Discrimination, the employee must suffer from a covered condition that has been diagnosed by a physician, and for which the employee must undergo ongoing medical or psychiatric treatment. Examples of covered conditions include (but are not limited to): AIDS Bipolar Disorder Blindness or Severe Visual Impairment Brain Injuries Cancer Deafness or Severe Hearing Impairment Heart Disease Cerebral Palsy Epilepsy Multiple Sclerosis Muscular Dystrophy Musculoskeletal Conditions Neurological Disorders Paralysis Respiratory Illnesses Schizophrenia The Protection Law Group possesses extensive experience handling Disability Discrimination cases. Please call our skilled and caring Southern California Disability Discrimination Lawyers at (844) 294-3095 for additional information regarding covered conditions, the reasonable accommodations requirement, and more information about the type of conduct that may be deemed legally discriminatory.

Southern California Employment

Discrimination Lawyers | Protection

Law Group, LLP

In addition to representing those who have dealt with Disability Discrimination in the Workplace, Southern California Workplace Discrimination Attorneys with Protection Law Group also represent those who have faced other forms of Employment Discrimination. Employers have a duty to provide a safe work environment free from discrimination. As such, they may also be found liable for engaging in discrimination based on:  Age (Employees who are 40+ years old) Gender Nationality Pregnancy Race Religion Sexual Orientation  As with Disability Discrimination, if you have been discriminated against by your coworkers, have made your employer aware of the behavior and they’ve refused to immediately stop the conduct, your current or former employer may held legally responsible for their failure to act.  Examples of Employment Discrimination must be based on one of the preceding factors, and include but aren’t limited to: Constructive Termination & Wrongful Termination Denial of Benefits that Other Employees Receive Openly Displaying Offensive or Inappropriate Material Disseminating (including via email) Offensive or Inappropriate Material Verbal and Non-Verbal Harassment that’s Offensive to a Targeted Group of Individuals Making Derogatory Comments about another’s Age, Race, Religion, National Origin, Gender or Sexual Orientation Refusing to Grant Maternity Leave Engaging in Retaliation for Reporting Discrimination Unwarranted Pay Cut, Demotion or Reduction in Hours Unwarranted Refusal to Provide Opportunities for Advancement For conduct to be deemed discriminatory, it must be continuous and ongoing. A single action or comment will not typically result in a settlement or judgment unless it is so outrageous that it merits monetary compensation.  Employment Discrimination cases are often highly complex, especially in situations where the discrimination is subtle. Therefore, it is imperative that you retain a skilled Southern California Employment Discrimination Lawyer who understands the nuances of discrimination and knows how to formulate a strategic case strategy designed to obtain results.

Call Southern California Employment

Discrimination Attorneys for a Free

Consultation

If you believe that you have been discriminated against in the workplace, please contact Protection Law Group today at (844) 294-3095 to schedule your free, comprehensive consultation with one of the leading Employment Law Firms in the region. Located in El Segundo, the Employment Discrimination Lawyers with Protection Law Group represent clients throughout Southern California. Call today to obtain quality legal counsel and a thorough, up front case analysis.  

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Discrimination Lawyers