Workplace Discrimination

State and federal laws have made discrimination against a protected class illegal in the workplace. Most employers have policies in place that prohibit discrimination and provide a process for making complaints. Unfortunately, these protective measures do not always function as they should. Workplace discrimination still exists, and the nuances of these cases make them difficult to prove.

It is vital that you have an experienced lawyer for discrimination claims in Georgia. At Flynn + Peeler + Phillips, LLC, we believe in a local approach. We get to know the rules, the judges and the dynamics that could affect your case. With more than 80 years of combined experience in courtrooms across Georgia and offices in Albany and Atlanta, our attorneys can take this approach to any case statewide.

Protected Classes Are Protected Under State And Federal Law

State and federal law protect against unfair treatment based on a protected class when making decisions regarding the hiring, firing, demotion or promotion of employees. These laws prohibit employers and supervisors from discrimination based on the following:

  • Age
  • Race
  • Religion
  • Gender, including pregnancy
  • National origin
  • Disability, physical and mental
  • Genetic information
  • Citizenship status

Let Us Help Determine If You Have A Claim

It is not always easy for you to determine if you may have a potential claim. Employers often provide justification that they made their decisions based on legitimate, nondiscriminatory reasons. Our lawyer will help you decide if you have an actionable claim in a free initial consultation. Schedule yours by calling 229-518-4050 or toll free at 800-646-8799 or sending us an email.