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Federal Employee Discrimination Attorney

Federal Employee Discrimination Attorney- wooden gavel on tableWhen an employee that works for the federal government has been discriminated against in the workplace, it warrants contacting a federal employee discrimination attorney from Federal Practice Group for support. Depending on the type of discrimination, there may be a course of action so that the employee can seek remedy and restitution for what they experienced. 

Keep in mind, that as a federal employee or applicant, you are protected by law from discrimination due to your gender identity, pregnancy status, sexual orienation, religion, color, race, age, national origin, genetic information, or disability. But sadly, all too often innocent people are discriminated against because someone decided to act with malice or blatant insensitivity.

If you are a federal employee or applicant and suspect that discrimination has happened to you, we urge you to get our help now. You have the right to file a complaint and not accept what has happened to you. And if it occurred once, it may happen again and again. Let an attorney for employee federal discrimination from Federal Practice Group intervene to halt the discrimination and see that you are fairly compensated for the anguish and inconvenience. 

After submitting your formal complaint, the agency will look over your statements and decide if it is sufficient to move forward or not. Please let us help you write up your formal complaint, as this will increase your odds of a response you are hoping for. Your case will either be dismissed or the agency will perform an investigation, which they have 180 days from your filing to complete. Once it is finished, the agency will send you a notice that offers a couple choices: you can ask for a hearing in front of an EEOC Administrative Judge, or you can request that the agency conclude a verdict for your case now.

Sometimes the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission makes a misjudgment. With our help, you can appeal the decision or dispute it in federal district court. Now, if you already filed your complaint and received a verdict you are not happy with but have yet to file an appeal, we strongly advise getting a lawyer to help you with the rest of the process. 

Call Federal Practice Group

As a federal employee or applicant, we have your best interest in mind. We can imagine the stress and frustration of not only being discriminated against, but not being believed. We believe in our clients, so if we represent your case, you can trust that you are in qualified hands that will be relentlessly advocating for you. Contact an attorney for federal employee discrimination from Federal Practice Group now for assistance.