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Stand Up For Your Rights After Facing Workplace Discrimination

Most employees are “at-will employees.” This means that employers have discretion in demoting or terminating employees, and do not have to have a reason. However, an employer cannot take any adverse action against an employee for an illegal reason. Illegal reasons include discrimination. State and federal laws prohibit discrimination on the basis of:

The First Step Is Speaking With An Experienced Attorney

If you believe you have been terminated, demoted or have experienced some kind of negative action at your job due to any of the above reasons, you need to speak with an experienced employment law lawyer.

At Fagan McManus, P.C., our lawyers have represented clients in many employment discrimination claims. Attorney Barry Fagan brings more than 30 years of legal experience to his clients. Our lawyers have dedicated their careers to protecting the rights of employees. Our dedication and experience have produced successful results and several honors.

Mr. Fagan has been selected for inclusion in Michigan Super Lawyers list, and Mr. Fagan and Ms. McManus have also been selected for inclusion in the “Best Lawyers in America” in the field of labor and employment law.

Diligent Investigators And Powerful Litigators

Employers will never admit to discriminating against an employee. In most cases, employers will claim that an employee was fired for performance reasons rather than discrimination. They will hire a team of lawyers to defend their actions. It is critical that you hire your own team of experienced employment law lawyers who will diligently investigate your case and be powerful litigators on your behalf in the courtroom. We have represented clients in state and federal courts across Michigan, and are fully prepared to do so for you.

Discrimination Is Never Legal. Learn How To Fight Back With A Free Consultation.

Call 248-658-8951 or send us an email now. We offer a free initial consultation to discuss your case.