Standing Up Against Workplace Discrimination

We represent employees who have experienced workplace discrimination throughout Florida and Georgia.

Inequality in the workforce takes many forms. Workplace discrimination includes bias in hiring, promotion, job assignment, firing, compensation, retaliation, and numerous types of harassment. Our skilled employment attorneys have extensive experience standing up for employees in discrimination claims. Call today to speak with a Tampa workplace discrimination lawyer.


Title VII of the Civil Rights Act prohibits discrimination based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, and gender, including pregnancy, childbirth, and related medical conditions. Similarly, the Equal Pay Act prohibits employers and unions from paying different wages based on an employee’s sex. The precedent set by the Civil Rights Act and other anti-discrimination laws allows employees to gain recompense for denial of equal rights to employment. To combat these types of discrimination, a claim must be made through the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).


We assist clients in documenting employment discrimination and obtaining a right-to-sue letter from the EEOC. We then represent clients against their employers in pursuing a mutually acceptable settlement. If an out-of-court settlement is not achieved, our skilled litigators are always prepared for courtroom litigation.

Outcomes can include placement, advancement, or reinstatement with the employer in question. You can also pursue monetary damages such as back pay, front pay, and emotional damages. Our law firm has won many trials involving claims of discrimination, harassment, and wrongful termination.

If you have been discriminated against at work, we are here to stand up for your rights. Contact us today to schedule an appointment for a free, confidential assessment with a Tampa workplace discrimination attorney.

Learn more about the types of cases our Tampa workplace discrimination attorneys handle.

We get justice for employees who suffer from unlawful treatment at work.

Racial Discrimination

Racial discrimination occurs anytime an employer singles out someone and treats him or her differently based on skin color or physical characteristics associated with race. Consult with a Florida racial discrimination lawyer to determine if you have a case, given your experience with racial discrimination.

Gender Discrimination

To fully understand your rights if you suspect you are a victim of discrimination due to your gender, consult with a gender discrimination lawyer. It is unlawful for your employer to discriminate against you based on your gender. If you face gender or sex discrimination in the workplace, it is important to understand your rights.

Sexual Harassment

Sexual harassment is an assault on a person’s dignity and worth. It can be emotionally scarring and even physically debilitating. Despite efforts to eliminate sexual harassment from the workplace, offending behavior continues, and victims seek recourse through the law.

Age Discrimination

When an employee comes to our age discrimination attorneys concerned that a potential employer was influenced by their age in their hiring decision, we immediately begin to investigate. Under state and federal laws, employers are not allowed to discriminate on the basis of age.

Disability Discrimination

When clients come to our disability discrimination attorneys with concerns that their disability was the reason they were not hired, we look for violations of the ADA. The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) created important protections for workers with physical or mental impairments or a history of disability.

Pregnancy Discrimination

Our Florida pregnancy discrimination attorneys rely on the Pregnancy Discrimination Act, which is an amendment to Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. It outlawed sex discrimination. The 1978 federal legislation was a specific response to the harassment, retaliation, and prejudicial treatment of women who became pregnant while employed.