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    What should I do if I think I’m being sexually harassed at work?

    There are very important steps you should take. First, you should inform your employer in writing that you are experiencing sexual harassment. Second, you need to demand that the actions be investigated and stopped. Third, give us a call to help.

    How long do I have to file an adverse employment claim?

    For claims involving discrimination based on gender, pregnancy, religion, or disability, you have 180 days to file, or just under six months. This time frame also applies to other adverse employment claims. This charge needs to be filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). Based on our experience, Employment Lawyer Birmingham can help file these claims in a manner that is more effective than if you do it by yourself.

    What are adverse employment claims?

    Adverse employment includes claims such as wrongful termination, discrimination, demotion, failure to promote, involuntary transfers, and more.

    Is there a different statute of limitations for racial discrimination claims?

    Yes. If you have been wrongfully terminated because of race, you have four years to file that claim. If there have been other adverse actions taken because of race, you have two years to file those claims.

    Is there a different time frame to file other claims?

    Yes, the statutes of limitations vary for different claims. Call us for more information about filing time frames if you have problems with any of the following types of cases:

    • Violations of the Family Medical Leave Act
    • Losing your job because of retaliation
    • Workers’ compensation
    • Invasion of privacy
    • Violence in the workplace

    How much are your legal fees?

    Most of our cases work on a contingency basis, where you only pay if you receive recovery. For those situations where fees are charged, the fees are different for each case. Fees are based on factors such as how complex your case is, if there are disputes, and whether or not the case is tried in court. Please give us a call to get an assessment of what the fees for your particular case may be.

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