Wrongful Demotion At Work
As a federal employee, you have been working hard to get promoted over the years. You may have finally gotten a promotion awhile ago. However, recently you were demoted or passed over for a promotion by another co-worker. This may not have been the first time you were looked over and then demoted, whether through job title or pay. If you believe the reason behind this wrongful demotion was discrimination, then it is time to take legal action. Under federal laws, wrongful demotion for discriminatory reasons is illegal and violation of federal labor and employment laws. These types of discriminatory claims are filed through the EEOC (Equal Employment Opportunity Commission). Finding an attorney experienced and with past success in these claims is your first step.
Pursue Your Rights Immediately
At The Devadoss Law Firm, P.L.L.C., our team of EEOC discrimination attorneys is seasoned in these types of claims. Whether you believe you were wrongful terminated or wrongfully demoted because of a discriminatory reason, we are here to help you pursue your rights. With many years of experience and past success in such claims, you will feel confident in knowing that we are highly knowledgeable and skilled in this area of employment law.
Tell us about the specifics of your potential wrongful demotion case. We handle EEOC claims nationwide with three main office locations in Washington, D.C., Dallas and Atlanta. Call us toll free at to arrange your free consultation, or contact us online.
Federal EEOC Discrimination Claim Due To A Wrongful Demotion?
Federal employees who believe they have suffered damages due to discrimination in the workplace can bring their grievances to the EEOC. Damages can include monetary compensation or other restitution. Our lawyers will work diligently to support your claim with compelling facts and to show the link between your wrongful demotion or pay cut due to a discriminatory or other illegal reason.
You may have been demoted or received a pay cut due to a disability, your age, race, ethnicity, gender, national origin, sexual orientation or another illegal reason under federal employment laws.
We also help federal employees who have faced a demotion or other negative action from their employer due to a whistleblower or qui tam claim in an act of retaliation. This is also illegal, and we can also assert your rights to the EEOC. No matter what type of demotion you may have suffered, if it was due to an illegal reason, we can help you.
Contact Us About A Wrongful Demotion Case
Have you suffered a wrongful demotion or wrongful demotion pay cut? Are you a federal employee? The Devadoss Law Firm, P.L.L.C., has law offices in Dallas, Atlanta and Washington, D.C. Let our experienced and knowledgeable EEOC discrimination lawyers help you seek justice. For more information about our seasoned and nationwide representation, contact us online to schedule a free consultation.