Do you think you may need a Phoenix civil rights attorney? Are you being harassed at work? Have you complained repeatedly, and are still not being taken seriously?
Harassment is a very real problem that many people suffer from-usually at work. A person who is harassed because of their gender, race, religious beliefs, sexual orientation, etc. may have tried bringing the problem up with a supervisor, but do not see any change in the behavior of the harasser(s). Unfortunately, this is a catch 22 situation, as quitting could cause serious financial hardship in the current economy, yet staying will result in endless upset for the victim, or even being fired for “complaining” excessively.
If you’re a victim of a similar circumstance, any Phoenix attorney would tell you that you may not be fired legally for complaining about poor work conditions. Harassment on the job is without a doubt a poor work condition.
If you are expecting a new baby and being told that you may not take time off from your job in order to bond with your infant, without being fired, you should know your rights. The FMLA, or family medical leave act ensures this right for you as an American citizen. Anyone who tells you differently is either ill informed or lying. This is against the law, and a Phoenix attorney can help.
Perhaps you have developed an illness which requires you to take frequent and unforeseen time off of work due to treatments, recovery, or a similar health reason; but your employer becomes annoyed and threatens to fire you if you continue to miss work. This, too, is a violation of your civil rights, as stated in the Americans with Disabilities Act. A Phoenix civil rights case may be justified if you have or are in this type of situation at your workplace.
If you believe that you have been or are currently going through a similar situation as one of the above mentioned cases, you should know that your rights need to be defended. Speak to a Phoenix attorney as soon as you can to find out how you can correct the situation.
A Phoenix civil rights case is the best way to not only ensure your own freedoms, but to pave the way for others as well.