Everett Racial Discrimination Attorneys

Find the right Racial Discrimination attorney in Everett, MA

Under the U.S. Constitution and Title VII of the U.S. Code, racial discrimination is illegal in Massachusetts. These laws prohibit employers from taking race into account in procedures for hiring, deciding wage levels, or promotions and benefits.

What Must Be Proven in a Discrimination Claim?

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is the federal agency in charge of investigating workplace discrimination, and employees discriminated against must file a claim with the EEOC before taking the issue to court. To prove racial discrimination, an employer must treat an employee adversely than co-workers who are of a different race or nationality.

To be successful in a racial discrimination claim, the Everett employee must also show that their employee had the required intent to discriminate based upon the person's race. The employer's intent can often be shown by showing that other people of different races were treated preferentially.

How Can an Everett Lawyer Help with My Claim?

Recorded statements about racial issues that were made by the employer can also be used in some cases to establish intent. Depending on where you file your claim, the procedural laws will vary considerably, and so an Everett lawyer will help familiarize you with the requirements for your district. An experienced Massachusetts lawyer will also guide you in filing your claim with the EEOC, as well as helping you obtain other forms of relief while your claim is being processed.

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Life in Everett

Everett is located in Middlesex County, Massachusetts. It is conveniently located near Boston and has a population of around 41,667 (per the 2010 census).

Everett's top employer is the LNG terminal of Massachusetts LLC. The company has an approximate property of around 35 acres in Everett.

Everett is also home to attorneys who have established their practices via small law offices. These attorneys are capable to handle any and every legal inquiry, and focus on providing personalized legal services.

Some famous residents include Pat Bradley, Omar Easy, Pat Hughes, Brian Kelly, Ellen Pompeo, and Martin P. Paone.

Other reasons why Everett is recognized is because it is where ABC's show "Boston's Finest" was set. The 2007 film Gone Baby Gone, starring Ben Affleck, also used Everett as the setting.

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