The United States Constitution protects individuals’ rights to equal protection under the law. Discrimination occurs when a person receives less favorable treatment based on age, sex, national origin, race, disability, religion, or another attribute protected by law. Let Parks, Chesin & Walbert help you.

Discrimination is not limited to the workplace. People attending school or visiting public places may also experience discrimination. For instance, discrimination may occur when employers refuse service to customers based on some protected characteristic of the customer.

Federal law prohibits the discrimination of an employee based on race, religion, age, sex, or national origin. It also prohibits harassment and retaliation in the workplace, which create a hostile work environment. Learn more about the various types of discrimination:

Employment Discrimination

  • Race and Color Discrimination
  • National Origin Discrimination
  • Age Discrimination
  • Disability Discrimination
  • Religious Discrimination
  • Sex Discrimination

Parks, Chesin & Walbert works with employers and individuals to help them prevent or resolve employment discrimination claims. Attorneys at Parks, Chesin & Walbert are skilled advocates who take the time to understand your concerns. Our goal is to attain the best possible outcome for each of our clients.

Discrimination Considerations for Employers

Employers must avoid allegations of discrimination whenever possible. Discrimination in the workplace can create an uncomfortable, unhealthy, or hostile work environment. This type of environment leads to increased turnover, workplace complaints, high stress, and low morale. Discrimination also exposes the company to the risk of discrimination lawsuits and accompanying liability.

Parks, Chesin & Walbert can help you implement workplace policies and procedures that minimize your risk of an employment discrimination-related lawsuit. We will begin by reviewing your current handbook and policies to determine whether they contain any unfavorable terms or instructions that expose the company to potential employment discrimination liability.

If specific event or circumstance has you concerned, we can provide legal advice about the situation and explain your options for taking action against an employee without exposing the company to liability.

Discrimination Considerations for Individuals

Parks, Chesin & Walbert will help you protect yourself and your employees from discriminatory treatment in the workplace. We can help you document your concerns and file a claim with the EEOC. We are happy to explain your rights and protections available under federal and state law to ensure you are treated fairly in the workplace.

If you believe that you have been discriminated against in the workplace, it is important to act carefully. An experienced attorney can answer your questions and help you assemble a compelling claim to file with the EEOC. Your employer cannot treat any member of a protected class unfavorably. If you have been treated unfavorably due to a protected characteristic such as age, sex, national origin or race, you may be able to recover for lost wages, promotions, and benefits. If you have been fired illegally, you may also be eligible to be reinstated into your previous position or to receive a generous severance package.

If you suspect you have been a victim of discrimination, contact the attorneys at Parks, Chesin & Walbert today at 404-873-8048 to discuss your case.

Client Reviews

Their insight, expertise and experience provided us with invaluable guidance during times when we faced critical decisions.

Lewis M.

Just wanted to send a formal thank you note to emphasize just how grateful I am for the outcome of my case! You truly have taken the stress out of this unfortunate situation.

Client N.S.

Very professional, updated me once a week, very thorough and knocked it out of the park. We got everything we were looking for.The overall staff was very encouraging and gave me the strength to keep going.

Chris J.

Contact Us

  1. 1 Over 40 Years of Experience
  2. 2 Free Initial Phone Consultation
  3. 3 Innovative Approaches to Legal Challenges
Fill out the contact form or call us at 404-873-8048 to schedule your consultation.