Race Discrimination Lawyer in Orange County

Unyielding Representation for Employees

Racial discrimination can have devastating effects. It has no part in the workplace and those who participate in it should be held legally accountable for their actions. Employees are protected from racial discrimination under both state and federal laws. Unfortunately, proving racial discrimination is often not as straightforward as it would seem. It's important to get a Orange County racial discrimination attorney on your side who can zealously advocate on your behalf.

For those in the Greater Orange County Area, Solmer Law can effectively advocate on your behalf. We provide trusted legal guidance for your case and can walk you through your options. Attorney Solmer is backed by years of experience and has been awarded numerous times for her hard work and achievements in the field of employment law. We are prepared to fight for compensation and fair treatment on your behalf.

Proving Racial Discrimination

While it might be obvious to you that you are experiencing discrimination, courts might not be so quick to reach that conclusion. One of the most helpful things you can do is to document specific events involving discrimination. This helps prove that it was a reoccurring pattern that has contributed to a hostile work environment.

You can substantiate your claims with:

  • Testimonial evidence from other employees
  • Racial slurs
  • Discriminatory emails or voicemails
  • Sworn statements
  • A journal of discriminatory occurrences

Our firm can evaluate your situation to see if you have a case. If we believe that you do, we can help you gather as much evidence as possible against your employer and fight to make sure that your side of the story is powerfully presented in court.

Choose Solmer Law

If you suspect that you are being discriminated against based on your race, get in touch with an attorney as soon as possible. Our Orange County employment lawyer is passionate about upholding our clients' rights and making sure that their voice is heard.

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