employment discrimination

Experiencing discrimination in an employment scenario is something that can entitle you to damages, as such discrimination is often illegal. Knowing how to apply the law to the unique facts and circumstances of your situation to make the most of your case is where the value of an attorney comes into play. One of the Atlanta employment discrimination lawyers at Battleson Law can help advise you further of your options, and read on to learn more.

You Might Be Entitled to Damages for Your Employment Discrimination Case

If you have been discriminated against, that means that you were treated differently and/or less favorably for some reason. When the reason you were discriminated against was a protected status, you may be able to base your cause of action on the violation of federal law.

It is illegal to discriminate against a person in employment decisions based upon their race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or genetic information. Sex further includes pregnancy, sexual orientation, and gender identity. If you have not received a job, or lost a job, as a result of one of these protected characteristics, you likely have a cause of action.

In most cases, the main remedy for discrimination in an employment setting is damages, which is monetary compensation. You may be entitled to damages for the lost opportunity of the position, the lost wages of the job, and other related benefits. In some cases, a victim of discrimination might be able to seek reinstatement to a prior position, a deserved promotion or pay increase, or other job benefits they were denied for discriminatory reasons.

Connect with an Atlanta Employment Discrimination Attorney Now

Having an experienced legal advocate by your side will support your case and ensure you receive the proper remedies. Reach out to Battleson Law to schedule an appointment to discuss your case today.