Fighting for Employees' Rights & Community Safety
El Paso Employment Lawyer
Are you being subjected to discrimination in the workplace? Is your employer
or another employee harassing you in a manner that makes you uncomfortable
or fearful while at work? Discrimination and harassment are serious violations
that many employees face every year. Do not let such wrongful actions
occur in your workplace without speaking up. At
Chavez Law Firm, our El Paso employment law
attorneys can protect your rights and advocate for a desirable resolution to your
situation on your behalf.
Having been in practice for more than two decades, our community-oriented
firm is passionate about promoting and protecting safe and harassment-free
workplaces. Employers, supervisors, and other employees who cause damages
to innocent workers should be held accountable. Speak with an El Paso
employment attorney from our firm right away to learn how we can defend
your rights and file a claim for fair compensation.
(915) 996-9173 to tell us about your situation today.
Types of Protection for El Paso Employees
There are numerous laws that protect employees not only from harassment
and discrimination but also from retaliation after the employee speaks
up. Our legal professionals can examine the circumstances of your situation
and determine if your employer acted in violation of any federal regulations.
Americans with Disabilities Act: The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) serves to prohibit discrimination
and ensure equal opportunity in the workplace for all individuals. This
act also provides regulations for building structure, accommodations,
and services to ensure that disabled individuals are not wrongfully excluded
in any way. If you have a recognized disability and have experienced discrimination,
either in the workplace or with any other business or establishment, you
may be able to hold them accountable and obtain compensation by filing
Equal Employment Opportunity: The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) aids and supports
individuals who have experienced harassment or discrimination in the workplace.
The EEOC enforces federal employment law and can help you to obtain justice
and fair compensation for your case. These cases can include denial of
a job or of advancement due to race, color, religion, sex, national origin,
age, disability, or genetic information. We can help you approach the
EEOC regarding your employer's illegal behavior and provide the support
you need to maximize your chances of winning your case.
Family and Medical Leave Cases: Employees of eligible employers have the right to take up to 12 weeks
of unpaid leave per year due to serious illness or to care for a family
member who is ill. The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) protects eligible
employees from facing discrimination or wrongful termination due to their
absence and protects their right to their job upon their return. An attorney
from our firm can help you file a claim if your right to unpaid leave
has been denied or if you have been wrongfully terminated or demoted while
Why You Need an Employment Law Attorney
Taking a stand against your employer can be a nerve-wracking experience,
especially when you cannot afford to lose wages or your job. On the other
hand, no problem can resolve itself; you need to speak up in order to
stop discrimination and harassment in the workplace. An attorney from
Chavez Law Firm can provide the support and guidance you need during this
difficult experience, as well as the aggressive representation needed
to defend your rights and obtain justice.
Contact Chavez Law Firm Today
Anyone who is facing harassment or discrimination in the workplace should
not hesitate to report the violation and seek justice for their mistreatment.
At Chavez Law Firm, our El Paso employment law attorneys can help you
bring your employer's illegal actions to light and seek compensation
for any emotional and financial damages you may have suffered. With more
than 20 years of combined experience, your case is sure to be in excellent hands.
Contact us to review your legal options and get started towards building your case.