Racial Discrimination Attorney in Santa Ana

The Gould Law Firm is committed to fighting against race discrimination in the California workplace. With our extensive experience, we handle cases of all sizes, from small individual claims to complex class actions. Our focus is on the merit of your case, not its size.

When you work with us, we provide regular updates on the progress of your claim. Moreover, you won't be directed to a law clerk or paralegal for your first consultation; you'll always meet and discuss your concerns with an experienced employment law attorney.

We understand the financial stress that can come with legal action, which is why we often work on a contingency basis. This means there's no upfront cost to you. Your fight against race discrimination is our fight, and we're dedicated to championing your cause to ensure justice is served.

Contact us or call (714) 592-4936 to get in touch with a qualified race discrimination lawyer in Santa Ana at The Gould Law Firm.

Understanding Racial Discrimination in the Workplace

Racial discrimination occurs when an employer treats a job applicant or an employee less favorably because of their race, color, nationality, ethnicity or national origin. It’s not just morally wrong — it's illegal under federal law (Title VII of the Civil Rights Act) and state laws.

Our experienced Racial Discrimination Lawyers at The Gould Law Firm have a deep understanding of employment laws. We use this knowledge along with our dedication towards helping our clients fight for their rights against oppressive employers.

Remedies for Racial Discrimination

We approach each case individually, evaluating all aspects thoroughly before developing a strategy tailored specifically to your situation. Our goal is to ensure the best possible outcome for every client we represent.

Potential remedies for race discrimination at work can vary depending on the specifics of the case and the applicable laws. In California, as in many other states, these remedies can include:

  • Compensatory Damages: May cover financial losses such as back pay, front pay (future wage losses), and benefits.
  • Injunctive Relief: A court may issue an injunction to stop the discriminatory practices and ensure they do not continue in the workplace.
  • Reinstatement or Promotion: If you were wrongfully terminated or passed over for promotion, you may be reinstated to your previous position or promoted to the position you were denied.
  • Attorney's Fees and Costs: In some cases, the prevailing party may recover their attorney's fees and litigation costs.
  • Punitive Damages: In cases of particularly egregious discrimination, punitive damages may be awarded to punish the employer and deter future discrimination.

It's important to consult with a race discrimination lawyer in Santa Ana who has a thorough understanding of employment law. They can assess the specifics of your case and guide you on the most appropriate remedies to pursue. The remedies available may also vary depending on whether the case is pursued under federal or state law.

Talk to a Skilled Santa Ana Race Discrimination Lawyer

Suppose you've been a victim of racial discrimination at work. In that case, our attorneys will guide you through filing charges with The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), and if necessary, initiating legal proceedings against your employer.

Don’t let racial discrimination go unchallenged. Contact The Gould Law Firm today for a consultation with our qualified Racial Discrimination Attorneys. We are here to help you fight for justice and equality in your workplace.

You have the right to work without facing racial discrimination. Let us help you uphold it.

 

  • Wrongful Termination
    Under no circumstances can an employee be fired for an illegal reason – at-will or not.
  • Sexual Harassment
    Every day people experience some sort of sexual misconduct that violates federal and state laws that are in place to protect them. If this should happen to you, we can help you assert your rights.
  • Retaliation
    It can be an emotionally challenging experience if you were fired, subjected to a reprimand, or endured another negative consequence at work.
  • Wage & Overtime Violations
    Federal and state laws entitle you to a minimum wage and overtime pay when you work beyond a certain number of hours in a day or overall workweek.
  • Disability Discrimination
    Despite federal and state laws that expressly forbid discrimination against people for their disabilities, it’s unfortunately common for employers to engage in such behavior.
  • Breach Of Contract
    If you're a permanent employee with a consistent agreement or an independent contractor who works under new contacts, you can be protected when your employer fails to uphold their end of the bargain.
  • Age Discrimination
    Employers whose policies or other employees who engage in age discrimination can be held liable for violating the victim’s rights and paying damages as fair and just compensation.
  • $1,100,000 Employee Terminated After Complaining About Workplace Discrimination
  • $13,500,000 Large California Employer Violates Wage Laws
  • $1,100,000 Medical Workers Experience Unpaid off the Clock Wages
  • $160,000 Single Plaintiff Wage Claim Judgment Followed by Trial
  • $275,000 Social Workers Wage & Hour Claims

Why Choose The Gould Law Firm?

  • Direct Access to an Attorney

    Many firms direct you to a law clerk or paralegal for your first consultation. At Gould & Associates, you will always meet and discuss your issues with an attorney.

  • Cases on Merit, Not Size

    Gould & Associates accepts cases of all sizes—from small individual cases to large, complex multi-party class actions. More importantly, we are not afraid to go against large firms.

  • No Upfront Payments Required

    We accept most cases on a contingency basis. That means there is no cost to you in advance to start your case.

Contact The Gould Law Firm Today!

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