Workplace Discrimination & Harassment

In most circumstances, it is against Florida and federal law for an employer to discriminate against an employee on the basis of age, gender, pregnancy, disability, race, national origin, religion, marital status and, sexual orientation. However, an employee must act very quickly in seeking counsel, as often the statute of limitations is very short, and could be as little as 180 days.

The victim of discrimination should be aware that the process of preserving and prosecuting your discrimination claim is complex, and it is not recommended that you proceed without a skilled and experienced attorney. Failure to do so quickly may result in your claim being barred, precluding you from a substantial recovery or reinstatement.