Trenton NJ Employment Discrimination Lawyers

Law Firm with Offices in Trenton and Pennington, New Jersey

Although there are a number of laws which explicitly prohibit discrimination in the workplace, employment discrimination remains a major problem in New Jersey and throughout the rest of the country. According to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), workers file nearly 100,000 employment discrimination complaints annually. If you have been victimized by discrimination at work, you should speak with an employment discrimination lawyer as soon as possible. An experienced lawyer can guide you through the complicated claims process in New Jersey and help you seek remedies for unfair treatment at your place of employment.

Kamensky Cohen & Riechelson is a highly respected law firm with a rich tradition in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. We have more than 40 years of experience handling employment discrimination claims throughout Mercer County, NJ, including Hamilton, West Windsor, and Hopewell. If you’ve been mistreated at work, we will protect your rights and your livelihood. Call KCR now to speak with a member of our legal team and explore your options.

Types of Employment Discrimination in Mercer County NJ

There are several federal laws which protect workers against job-related discrimination. These laws include Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADT), and the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA). At the state level, the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination (LAD) protects workers against discrimination in any and all job decisions, including hiring, firing, promotions, and compensation.

The federal and state laws prohibit many types of employment discrimination, including:

Winning Your Employment Discrimination Claim in Princeton NJ

If you have been a victim of discrimination in the workplace, you should contact an attorney who understands all of the relevant state and federal antidiscrimination laws. Although these laws provide broad protections to a number of different protected categories, the nuances of these laws are easy to miss. Moreover, employment law procedures are extremely complicated and often involve several different forums. Beyond that, there are strict deadlines for filing discrimination complaints in New Jersey.

The most important first step you can take when filing an employment discrimination complaint is to speak with an experienced employment discrimination attorney. An attorney can make sure that you file all of the necessary paperwork within the appropriate timeframe so that you can maximize the available remedies in your discrimination case. Depending upon the circumstances, you might be entitled to compensation in the form of monetary damages, lost income, or employee benefits. You might also be eligible for job reinstatement.

Free Consultation with Lawrence NJ Employment Discrimination Attorneys

The employment law attorneys at Kamensky Cohen & Riechelson are prepared to examine the facts of your employment discrimination case and help you determine the next step. We handle these cases on a contingency basis, which means that we only get paid after we recover money for you. Call us today to discuss your case over the phone, or email us to schedule a no-obligation consultation at our offices in Trenton or Pennington.