Attorney Roger Seat can help you navigate the many complex employment laws involving discrimination. State and federal laws such as the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Title VII, and the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) entitle employees to a workplace that is free from discrimination based upon numerous protected characteristics, including, but not limited to, color, race, religion, national origin, sex, age, and disability. When an employer subjects an employee to an adverse employment action based upon one of the foregoing characteristics, an unlawful discriminatory act has occurred.
It is important for employees to know that discrimination claims are subject to rigid time limits for filing. For example, most discriminatory claims must be filed within 180 or 300 days of the discriminatory act.
The Law Office of Roger Seat LLC is committed to helping people who have suffered employment discrimination and other forms of unlawful employment practices. Most people who have suffered employment discrimination have difficulty determining if they have any legal recourse. The best way to determine the extent of your rights is to contact a knowledgeable employment lawyer who can review your facts. If you believe your employer may have committed a discriminatory act against you, you need to contact the Law Office of Roger Seat LLC to determine your rights. To schedule a low cost initial consultation with a Loveland employment law attorney, please call 970-663-9384 or complete the contact form on this website.