Employers are prohibited from discriminating or retaliating against female employees as a result of their pregnancy status. Richard E. Wolfe, Esquire will investigate discriminatory actions on the part of employers that disrupt and ruin the lives of expectant or new mothers in the workplace. As your lawyer, Richard E. Wolfe, Esquire will investigate and assist you in identifying unlawful conduct by your employer and assist in the EEOC investigation process.
For more information regarding pregnancy discrimination or retaliation in the workplace, contact discrimination attorney Richard E. Wolfe, P.A.. today.
Pregnancy Discrimination and other areas of unlawful conduct by employers
The law office of Richard E. Wolfe, P.A. represents clients in cases of the following areas of discrimination related to pregnancy:
• Loss of job after or during pregnancy leave
• Florida marital status discrimination
• Termination due to taking Family and Medical leave for yourself, for the birth or adoption of a child, or for an immediate family member
• Discrimination involving gender bias
• Retaliation for complaining of pregnancy related issues
Termination related to pregnancy status or complaints
It is imperative that you have an experienced attorney on your side if you have or will be terminated as a result of being pregnant or complaining about pregnancy discrimination. In many instances, direct evidence of discrimination may only be acquired in the short time period before and after your termination. In order to protect your rights it is in your best interests to contact an attorney immediately upon suspecting discrimination or retaliation for complaining of pregnancy related issues in the workplace.
Questions? Contact Discrimination Attorney Richard E. Wolfe, P.A. Today
Discrimination can be subtle or it can be overt. If you believe you have been the victim of discrimination due to your pregnancy status, call or e-mail discrimination lawyer Richard E. Wolfe, P.A. today.
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