A San Jose Discrimination Law Firm That Knows How To Win
Discrimination takes many forms. It can be subtle or overt. Supervisors or managers telling off color jokes or poking fun at minorities and others seems to be the trend. The sad thing is that ever since the California Supreme Court case of Harris v. City Of Santa Monica, discrimination cases in California have become more difficult to prove. But at the the Navarette Law Firm, we know the winning strategies to prove your discrimination case.
What It Takes To Prove Your Discrimination Case In California
In California, you must first prove that you are a member of a “protected class.” Some examples of protected classes are:
If you fall into a protected class, you must have suffered an “adverse employment action,” such as termination, demotion, a cut in pay or hours, not being promoted, a negative change in the terms and conditions of your employment, or another similar type of action. If these requirements can be proved by you, you next need to prove that your protected class status was a “substantial factor” in the adverse employment action that was taken against you by your employer. Finally, you must prove that you have been “damaged” by your employer’s discriminatory conduct. This is no easy feat. But we can help you.
We Have Over 20 years Of Experience In Discrimination Cases
There are few law firms in the Bay Area that can match our case results in discrimination cases over the past two decades and change.
Our Guarantee — The Truth
When you have a consultation with us, we will tell you straight up if you have a good discrimination case or not. No beating around the bush, no getting your hopes up, no false promises. Just an honest legal opinion from one of the Bay Area’s leading employment discrimination attorneys.
Call us toll free at 866-994-BEST (2378) or contact us via email to schedule a consultation.
Please note that there is a fee for the initial consultation, but if we accept your case and we do not recover monetary compensation for you, there is no attorneys’ fee owed beyond the initial consultation fee.