Human Rights Employment Claims

Federal law strictly protects the human rights of employees throughout the United States, based on several classes of protected statuses. These include age, race, gender, country of origin, religion and mental or physical disability. Employees are not to be mistreated, wrongfully terminated, passed over for jobs, discriminated against or harassed because of these conditions. Should the employer create a hostile working environment for the employee, a claim may be available.

Representation In Human Rights Employment Claims

If you suspect that you are the victim of a Human Rights Act violation, we can help. At Moody & Stanford, P.C., our attorneys will sit down with you and discuss your case and the evidence that you have. From the beginning, we will be honest and straightforward with you regarding the strength of your case and the potential outcomes. We will also let you know how long the case will take and the type of investigation that must take place to support your claim.

Our lawyers will begin the process of filing an official claim against your employer. Both parties must engage in a mandatory mediation, following by assembling evidence and several preliminary steps. Your chances of seeing results and having your voice heard are substantially increased by working with skilled representation.

We will aggressively advocate on your behalf, holding your employer accountable for your mistreatment and that of others in your class who have also been discriminated against. For more than 50 years, we have represented employees and have the resources, as well as experience, to fully litigate these matters and deliver results.

To learn more about how we can advocate on your behalf, please contact our Albuquerque, New Mexico, law firm today at 505-944-0033.