Workplace Discrimination

Workers expect that their employer will treat them with respect. Employees should be judged based on the quality of their work. Too often in West Virginia, however, employers make decisions based on an employee's race, gender or another protected classification.

When your employer unfairly discriminates against you, the lawyers at Arnold & Bailey are here. By conducting a thorough analysis of your case and working closely with you throughout the legal process, we help our clients make informed decisions. Our attorneys collaborate when working with our employment, criminal and family law clients to identify the best options available for you.

Trusted Representation For Discrimination And Retaliation

From our Charles Town office, we have helped workers in a broad range of industries get justice from employment discrimination, including:

  • Age
  • Physical and mental disabilities
  • Equal pay
  • Pregnancy and health conditions
  • Race and national origin
  • Sex
  • Sexual orientation

We understand how intimidating it can be to come forward when you faced discrimination at work. You may worry about losing your job or facing another form of retaliation.

Federal law protects employees from retaliation. Yet when bad employers violate these regulations, we will work to hold them accountable. Our attorneys are committed to protecting your legal rights and securing justice on your behalf.

We're Ready To Protect Your Reputation

Employers who discriminate do not admit they discriminated based on a protected category. Rather, they cloak their illegal discrimination in claims that you were a bad employee or that you were just a victim of downsizing.

Our firm vigorously fights illegal discrimination. We relish the opportunity to discredit an employer's dishonest justification for their illegal discrimination. Schedule an initial appointment in our Charles Town office by calling 304-930-5721 or by sending our firm an email.

We proudly serve workers in Jefferson County as well as those who work in Washington, D.C., and Baltimore.